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Blind Faith: An uplifting journey empowering one man to live and love again Paperback – November 4, 2009
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About the Author
With over twenty years emergency room experience, Michael Kintz has witnessed it all; illness, injury, death…and worse. What could be worse than death? Living without hope. Michael tells Paul's unique story to teach the world to believe in the power of hope, love and blind faith.
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I hope the author writes more books!
On the advice of friends and coworkers, Dr. Paul Lassiter goes from being a recluse to flirting and blind dates. A year after his divorce and he's in for a rude awakening as he, after several years embarks once again on the dating scene. A bisexual female coach wants to get to know him. His first blind date set up by his lawyer friend Larry, is unbeknownst to him, a motorcycle grandma who takes him on a scary-hairy ride to a motorcycle bar. What next? Or should I ask "Who's next?"
This story is funny and without a doubt could have stood on its own without the bit more than implied sex scenes.
I much appreciated "Blind Faith" being quite different from the usual romance novel. There's humor and also sadness. Read it to find out more.
The one night stands with some of the staff at the hospital were written in good taste. I would recommend this book to those who like a not to mushy tale of conquest. Also showed how fragile life is and how we need to appreciate the now and those we love.
I normally don't enjoy books written by male authors but this one was good.
I really enjoyed Paul getting into the dating scene with all the crazy ladies.
It was surprising that he fell in love with a blind woman, but it really worked in the story.
And even him being blind for a few days worked wel in the story as well.
I am not sure why Christina had to die, that was just a bit too much for me.
But I did not spoil the book as a whole.