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Blind Reader Wanted


Blind Reader Wanted

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    Available in PDF Format | Blind Reader Wanted.pdf | English
    Georgia Le Carre(Author) Caryl Milton(Editor) Nicola Rhead(Editor) IS Creations(Editor)&1more
Lara.I was born into darkness. Just like a puppy, only my darkness is eternal. Everyone else sees a world I can only imagine, but hey, don't pity me. I don't. I've got a lot of imagination, and I’ve made my world beautiful more beautiful that you can know.When I was a small child, my mother said I used to run into furniture, and if I was not too badly hurt, I’d get back up and continue running down the same path. When I grew older I understood that the world is not built for blind people.I needed a white cane and I needed to trust my bestie, Elaine, and jump when she yelled, “Puddle”.Sometimes, just for the fun of it, she’d yell puddle and there would be no puddle, but generally our system worked well.Now, I’m all grown up and she tells me that the most mysterious man in Durango Falls has stuck a job vacancy on her noticeboard and that I should apply for it.Apparently Kit Carson needs a blind reader.To be honest it sounds a bit like those times she yelled puddle and there was no puddle. But what the hell? I’ll give her a laugh and jump once again.This is the story of what happened when I jumped.Kit.I came to Durango Falls because it was the perfect place to hide.The townsfolk here don't like strangers and I don't like people. So I don’t talk to no one and no one talks to me. Suits me just fine.For five years now I’ve been livin’ alone at the edge of this forest. Just me and the wolves I’ve adopted, but this winter my soul has started hankering for something more.I know it’s sure as hell ain’t for the warmth of a woman’s body. I’m done with that. The military made me into a fuckin’ monster and I wouldn’t put any woman through that. Not even a whore. She’d have to be blindfolded to enjoy herself.Maybe I’m just hankering for a woman’s sweet voice reading to me the way my mother used to when I was five. Just before she died.Think I’ll advertise for a blind reader. A female blind reader.That’s what I thought I wanted.Well all that shit went out the window when I laid eyes on her.Now this woman’s body is all I can think about …
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  • By Poppy1102 on 8 January 2017

    I have read the majority of Georgia's books and loved them all and this was no exception!I'll admit, the blurb and then the first part when he advertises for a blind reader seem a bit odd or farfetched HOWEVER... It's bloody brilliant!This is the story of Lara & Kit...Lara is blind and has been her entire life but she doesn't let it affect her, she still goes out, works, has friends and I love the way it shows and explains her heightened other senses. Kit is ex-soldier living on the edge of the town surrounded by wolves and the town make their own opinion of him and it it isn't a very nice one! And when we get to know him - Jees everyone will want a Kit of their own!!Lara can tame Kit without even trying, they just connect and it evolves from there really.The story was sweet yet steamy, it was nice yet nasty, it was calming yet exciting, it has twists and turns and can be very emotional, it was everything you could want in a book and I loved it.Definitely recommend that you read this, even if you aren't a fan, and if you are - you won't be disappointedMassive 5 stars.

  • By Shona on 16 January 2017

    Wow another great book love this author have been reading all her books.This book well a bit different at the start as Kit is looking for a blind reader so that no one can look at him and his scares that he has down on one side of his face.Lara has been blind since she was born her character is great she can small good and hear. I suppose if you were blind you could do all that. She phones about the job and gets it but the more they are in each other company the more feeling that show.Kit has wild wolfs where he stay's but to Lara and Kit they are like puppies until things start to go wrong as Lara has a admirer and starts to make trouble and Lara nearly losses her life in the process.Really good looking forward to reading the next one

  • By Kayleigh A Rogers on 14 August 2017

    I really liked the relationship they shared. The hero was struggling with his past, but not in a way that pushed her away. I've read a lot of romances about soldiers and his past is always used as a problem in their relationship, or a reason for him to treat her poorly and then use it as an excuse for her to forgive him after he's hurt her deeply, like, a dozen times. I liked that there was none of that here. Yes, at first he was a little stand offish. He was used to his life with his wolves, but I liked how easily she slipped into his life. And I liked that he wanted to experience things as she would. Normally if a character is blind it's a problem and he's constantly describing things, I liked that there was description, but also he took it upon himself too experience what she went through.I liked the heroine and during the inevitable relationship issue, I totally got where she was coming from. I hurt for him, but I cried for her. I understood why she reacted the way she did and why she was so hurt. If anything that's the one thing that I didn't like, how easy it was fixed. I felt like it was something so big for her, to have one five minute conversation with her friend and suddenly have a lightbulb moment... I wasn't buying it. I want long drawn out conversations, I want to feel as if I'm with her when she makes her decision and I just wasn't.Other than that, great story and I'm glad I read it. Didn't like that it's 50% of the entire book. I didn't care about the second story, I read it, thought 'I would never pay for this' and that annoyed me which is why it didn't get five stars. I settled in for a day of reading and it was over in a couple of hours. Not okay.

  • By Gwendolyn S. Sargeant on 2 February 2017

    This book was a sweet, emotional, heart rendering love story between two people that carried scars both emotionally and physically. Meet Kit Carson and Lara Young. The storyline made me feel that anything in life is possible. Falling in love and giving yourself to the man of your dreams. I do hope there is a second book to this storyline as I would love to see what the future holds for them. I will put this as one of my all time favourites to read and wouldn't hesitate to read over and over again.

  • By claire on 16 January 2017

    Georgia Le Carre yet again gives us a story that we get wrapped up in and have to keep reading. I love the way Georgia writes, sucking me into the story and becoming part of it. I loved the way Lara explained how she saw everything although she is blind, her perception on was was incredible. Awesome book x

  • By Sue P on 3 June 2017

    Georgia Le Carre, she never lets you down. An excellent author, what a mind. This is the story of Lara, a blind sculpturess and Kit, a man who was wounded and left with facial scars, who lives alone in a house in the woods, with the wolves who accept him as a friend. It is a truely wonderful story, with sadness, love and a great deal more. It has everything needed to be a favourite read, I loved it, you will tooSue P

  • By Relyonmax on 14 January 2017

    Love this author, loved this book.Entertaining, believable and just the right length to keep my attention.Georgia Le Carre is an accomplished writer who is wonderfully descriptive in her stories so that you know exactly what she wishes to convey.Lovely book, highly recommended.

  • By Karen on 30 May 2017

    I can't say how many times I've read Blind Reader Wanted since I got it. What I can say is how much the story and the characters chase away my black dog. It's brilliant the way Georgia Le Carre opens up Kit's and Lara's back stories without being overwhelming, and the way she tells it from both points of view is both engaging and highly entertaining. I would be first in the queue to buy the next book should Ms Le Carre choose to turn this into a family saga centred around the Carsons and the wolves at Old Man's Creek.

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