|Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and if you want to make it a romantic one, here's a tip from the hero of BLIND CURVE, my newest romantic suspense: it's better in the dark.
BLIND CURVE is about undercover cop Danny Sinofsky, who suddenly loses his sight in the middle of a weapons bust. Now this man who has always looked out for himself can't cross a room without the help of his rehab instructor, Martha Crowe. Furious and frustrated, he'd almost rather die than live this wayand someone is more than willing to grant him his wish. Martha has spent a lifetime hiding her emotions behind a calm, practical façade. She is sure Danny doesn't remember her, the plain girl from high school who had a crush on him. When she witnesses an attack on his life, the two are thrown into a safe house. There, Danny starts to see deep inside Martha's soul and finds a courageous, passionate woman. Their lives soon depend on this fragile connection...and their ability to combine Danny's razor-sharp instincts with Martha's eyes and move as one. Because someone is stalking them, moving in closer and closer for the kill.
People are talking about BLIND CURVE:
Romance Reviews Today: "..an unusual, riveting, and deeply moving romantic suspense...the extraordinary conflicts faced by the hero and heroine and the skill with which Ms. Solomon so realistically portrayed their emotions through actions and dialogue cried out to be rewarded with a Perfect 10."
Rendezvous: "Exceptionally well-written characters breathe full life to the story. Ms. Solomon pulls no punches in the depth of the despair driven by a disability or a lack of physical beauty. Throw in moments of pulse pounding terror and the reader is on a fantastic ride of a read."
Romantic Times gave BLIND CURVE 4 stars: "Solomon is back with a new thriller that is both riveting and emotionally intense."
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I hope you enjoy reading Danny and Martha's story.
Have a great Valentine's Day!
And remember, it's better in the dark...