When playboy Prince Damian is blinded in a boating accident, down-to-earth occupational therapist Sarah Joplin is hired to help him. As these two opposites fight a serious attraction to one another, both must learn to trust and believe in one another for their love to survive. Original....
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Royal Nights Reviews
Sara Joplin is intrigued with her latest assignment as an occupational therapist. Her new client is a prince from an obscure European country who has been blinded in a boating accident. Meeting Prince Damien, Sara discovers he’s not the young boy she was lead to believe but a very devastatingly attractive man near 30. Sara faces two challenges; breaking through the anger and pain that Damien has made his life, and a two-week deadline to teach him to be confident in his blindness. Damien’s role is a vital one in the new Nabatovia; and there is precious time to prepare him to face the men who could make or break the Nabatovian economy. He and his brothers must portray an image of strength and command, and his blindness must not be seen as a weakness. As Sara breaks through Damien’s walls he confides that his accident may not have been an accident and that he believes he is still in danger from the saboteur. Sara soon finds she faces an even bigger challenge -- how not to lose her heart to this very complex and thrilling man.I think one of the things I liked the most about this book is that Damien wasn’t one of those bitter victims. He was rightfully angry about his circumstances, but he didn’t wallow in self-pity, well not for long with Sara around. Sara surprises herself with how intuitively she is able to read Damien. Their connection is instant and strong. This being a single title, Ms. Morgan had the time to progress their romance naturally and she does this wonderfully. The underlying threat to Damien’s life, adds an extra tension that helps to make their HEA even sweeter. Well done!