Blind Acceptance

Missy Martine


Blind Acceptance

Blind Acceptance

  • Title: Blind Acceptance
  • Author: Missy Martine
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 199
  • Format: ebook



Laynee Conners has been in a school for the blind since her mother died when she was five Now, her father wants her to come home so he can get his hands on the inheritance her grandfather left her David and Eric Rivers are brothers, adopted into the Wind River Pack They re called home to Wyoming when their alpha wants to do a head count of all his pack members ChildrenLaynee Conners has been in a school for the blind since her mother died when she was five Now, her father wants her to come home so he can get his hands on the inheritance her grandfather left her David and Eric Rivers are brothers, adopted into the Wind River Pack They re called home to Wyoming when their alpha wants to do a head count of all his pack members Children are disappearing from other packs, and he s concerned about his family The brothers find Laynee in the woods, drugged and left to die Both their beasts claim the fragile young woman as their mate Can a bear and a wolf share a mate Time s running out They have to convince Laynee she s theirs before her father succeeds in his plans.


Recent Comments "Blind Acceptance"

When Laynee Conners dad takes her from the one home that she knows, she thinks this is finally the chance to bond with her absentee father. Little does Laynee know that her father is taking advantage of her being blind and plans to leave her in the woods to die, in order to collect her inheritance.When David and Eric Rivers overhear the plot to murder an innocent they quickly find her and bring her into their protection. David and Eric realize they have both found their mate but how do you expla [...]

When David and Eric Windriver find a beautiful blind woman lost in the woods it is the beginning of an adventure that leads to intrigue, attempted murder, revealing of their shifter nature and finding a mate for the pair.David and Eric are both shifters and were adopted from an orphanage at a young age by the Wind Rivers and accepted into that wolf pack, however David isn't a wolf shifter like Eric and his adoptive parents he is a Kodiak bear. They have been called home to Wyoming because of som [...]

This was a great book and it had a little change to it. Yes it is a book about shifters but it is about more than just one kind of shifter. The family in the Wind River Pack doesn't have any problems with having several shifters in the pack. They also have bears, eagles and coyotes.In this ménage story Laynee is blind and has been in a school since she was five years old. Her dad comes to bring her home after her grandpa dies. It's not because he finally wants a relationship with his daughter. [...]

Quite a few irritating author quirks here for example, having your characters speak to themselves when they are alone to 'tell' you what they are thinking - I'm pretty sure that is what thinking is for. Also, the substitution of wanna and gonna for every instance of 'want to' and 'going to' for not just one character but ALL of them ground down to just about my last nerve. That said, I knew what type of book I had picked up before I started reading it and I did manage to finish even if I did ski [...]

I won this book in a giveaway.5 out of 5 StarsWhat did I like?I like that though the heroine has an obvious handicap it doesn't stop or even slow her down. I like that the heroes make time for her individually as well as working on their group dynamic. I love how they suggest ways to help her (paperwork in braille) rather than try to take over, they let her learn her way.Recommendation: Loved it!

"living in a world with little blind acceptance"First time I raised my brow, second time I rolled my eyes, third time I wanted to throw the book across the room (but didn't to save my e-reader).Seriously?! Does she have any clue about people who are blind or visually impaired?! And what little acceptance? Except for her father everyone accepted Laynee's lack of vision.

FantasticThis is the first book I have read by this author, and I really enjoyed reading it. I loved the characters. Laynee was great. I liked the fact that she was blind but was not handicapped, and while she let the men help her, she did not rely on them for everything. She was still very independent. I can't wait to read the next in the series.

cute romance

Loved it!

Such a wonderful book with great charactersIt is a great story with good characters. I love all the books in this series. The pack is funny and heart warming

Entertaining, quick read. Looking forward to reading more books in this series.

Loved it. I enjoyed this one very much. Well written and enjoyable to read.

It was an ok read, was expecting much more.


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