Blind - a novella (Sixteen Seasons Book 3)

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From the author of Of Moths & Butterflies.Blind - a novellaArthur Tremonton is a man of wealth and property, yet cursed from birth to live without sight.Zachary Goodfellow is a young man raised in poverty, once blind, now deaf.These two, though worlds apart in station and circumstance, have more in common than one might suppose. Not the least of which is the mutual acquaintance of Rebecca Adair, a young woman with an unusual gift, and the wisdom to know that the lack of physical sight is only one of many obstacles which might prevent a man from truly seeing.Faced with the choice between seeing clearly and seeing truly, which would you choose? Rebecca intends to ask the question of them, but in order to do that, they must be persuaded to meet. Pride, vanity, fear, these prevent them from seeing what they might do for each other, what they might be to one another, if only they would open their eyes.What would you sacrifice for the gift of sight? What, in fact, does it truly mean to be Blind?

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Expired Deals Blind - a novella (Sixteen Seasons Book 3) From the author of Of Moths & Butterflies.Blind - a novellaArthur Tremonton is a man of wealth and property, yet cursed from birth to live without sight.Zachary Goodfellow is a young man raised in poverty, once blind, now deaf.These two, though worlds apart in station and circumstance, have more in common than one might suppose. Not the least of which is the mutual acquaintance of Rebecca Adair, a young woman with an unusual gift, and the wisdom to know that the lack of physical sight is only one of many obstacles which might prevent a man from truly seeing.Faced with the choice between seeing clearly and seeing truly, which would you choose? Rebecca intends to ask the question of them, but in order to do that, they must be persuaded to meet. Pride, vanity, fear, these prevent them from seeing what they might do for each other, what they might be to one another, if only they would open their eyes.What would you sacrifice for the gift of sight? What, in fact, does it truly mean to be Blind? http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51fX0v1STRL._SL160_.jpg
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