Blind Sight Series

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See Me

Book One

"Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye."


Bree was the type of woman who relished in the joy of her existence. She was always outside, she surfed, painted and helped out at local charities. She had a ton of friends and she was in a serious relationship.


Until her life came to an abrupt halt. After a bad breakup, she was in a car accident and she lost her sight through blunt force trauma to her face. She should have counted her blessings, she knew that. She could have lost her life.


But suddenly, everything is drenched in black. She knows the beauty of the world is out there, but she can't reach it. And she hates her life, now. No matter how hard her friends and her father are trying to help her live again.


When her father hires a caregiver to look after her, Bree's furious. She needs her sight back, not a babysitter.


And damned if she's not going to spend every minute resenting it all and hating her life.

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Fix Me

Book Two

"Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye."


Bree Sullivan is living a life now drenched in darkness. She knows the beauty of the world is out there, but she can't see it.

She hated her life, and then she met Luke Tanner. He helped her feel again, made her realize how much life is worth living.


When Luke feels their relationship is interfering with his ability to care for her, he puts the brakes on it.


Unsure of how to cope, Bree wonders if trying a risky surgery might make things different. She could lose Luke forever or take the chance on regaining her sight, giving her the opportunity to show him how much she needs him as more than just a caregiver.


One thing is certain, she needs to learn to love herself as she is, before she can give her heart away.

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Eyes On Me

Book Three

"Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye."


Bree Sullivan was never a risk-taker. When a chance at true happiness has her stepping outside her comfort-zone, taking the leap blindly is what she's doing—literally. But this leap is a surgery that may help her see again.


With Luke at her side, she does the surgery and the recovery and results are agonizingly slow, threating to pull her into a deep depression.


What if she never sees again? What if things don't work out for her and Luke?


More terrifying, what if they do?