The last time
Autumn had seen Saul Creswell was four years ago. She had offered
him her heart, and he had coldly rejected it. The two had argued,
and Saul left in a fit of rage. She was shocked when she learned
he had been involved in a car accident that robbed him of his sight.
When she tried to go to him, she was told he blamed her for the
accident and didn't want to see her.
she went on with her life, but thoughts of him still lingered in
her memory. When she reads a local newspaper that Saul is looking
for a secretary, she sees this as an opportunity to assume an alias
and apply for the position. She has no intention of accepting the
job and feels that his blindness will keep her true identity hidden-or
keeps the reader guessing right up until the very last page. Her
superb use of conflict enhances the story to sheer perfection. I
found her writing to be a fresh approach which offered rare elements
not found in everyday romances. This one gained a high place on
my keeper shelf. I feel I will be revisiting it many times to come.