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Blind Curve (Warner Forever) Mass Market Paperback – February 1, 2005
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'Annie Solomon knows how to keep the reader glued to the page' -Rendezvous
About the Author
After a 12-year career in advertising, where she rose to Vice President and Head Writer at a mid-size agency, Annie Solomon abandoned her job for her first love - romance. An avid knitter and mother of a daughter attending college, she now lives in Nashville with her husband.
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Danny is a cop who has lost his sight and must trust others (mainly Martha) to help him lest he stumbles. He questions his brothers-in-arms, did someone in the police department set him up? Can he trust the feelings he is experiencing for Martha....is it just gratitude for her help?
Martha went to the same high school as Danny. There she was teased as she is tall and rather plain. Nicknamed Scarecrow. Will Danny remember her and what she looks like? Can she trust that the feelings he has will remain if he gains his sight? Can she trust herself enough to let go of her past dissapointments in order to give love with the risk of having her heart broken? Can she trust her Dad who has not been there for her in the past to help her in their quest to find out why Danny is the target of an assassin?
This story combines elements of constant danger with the emotional journeys both characters must face.
The only criticism I have of this book is that I did not believe the motivation of the villian. He or she went to a lot of trouble and effort for what in my opinion gained them very little. Having said that, it did not take much away from what I felt was the main story, but did leave me with a slight feeling of disappointment.
I definitely plan to read more Solomon books.
Sound dramatic enough? Well it was pretty far fetched to me. I get the plain-Jane had a crush on the cute jock and he wasn't awful to her in high school. However, he has turned into a self absorbed jerk of an adult - seriously, there wasn't a lot about him I liked. Also, Martha was a bit too one dimensional for my liking. I think her father would have been interesting to know more about, but we never know why he is so comfortable on the harsher side of life...
Basically, there were a lot of plot holes, and some very loosely strung together scenes. The possibilities for this story were there, but the execution just wasn't solid. I have read a few other books by this author and always feel the same way. That being said, it wasn't an awful book by any means. As another reviewer mentioned, it does the trick if you have nothing else to read. I have a feeling I will give the author a few more tries, but her books will be ones that I check out and put at the bottom of my pile to read. I prefer Andrea Kane's newer works, Michael Prescott, Anne Frasier, Karen Rose, Lisa Jackson, Tami Hoag, etc...
Imperfect or not, I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys real suspense, a tension-filled romance, and who likes to broaden their perspective by learning something new.