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Blind Promises (Steeple Hill Women's Fiction #60) [Paperback]

By Diana Palmer (Author)
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Pages   224
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 6.6" Width: 4.1" Height: 0.6"
Weight:   0.2 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Apr 30, 2008
Publisher   Steeple Hill
ISBN  0373786166  
EAN  9780373786169  

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Seeking to assuage her grief over her mother's death, Dana Steele accepts work as a private nurse. She travels to Savannah, where she begins to care for Gannon van der Vere, who was blinded in an accident. Gannon is stubborn and has a terrible temper, but despite his temperament, the two are drawn to each other. Their relationship is tested as the past rears its head, and both Dana and Gannon must decide what's important in love and life before their future can take shape.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Fiona Palmer Barnes (FBAC, BA) is a training analyst for the Association of Jungian Analysts and works in private practice in Herefordshire and London. She is also a professional member of the Severnside Institute for Psychotherapy and the Foundation of Psychotherapy and Counselling and chairs the Ethics Committee of UKCP. She is the author of Complaints and Grievances in Psychotherapy, published in 1998 by Routledge.
Lesley Murdin taught for the Open University and in the United States. She trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy at WPF Counselling and Psychotherapy and now runs their training. She has been chair of the Psychoanalytic Section of UKCP and of its Ethics Committee. She is the author of How much is Enough? published in 2000 by Routledge.

Diana Palmer currently resides in Rob.

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Another excellent read  Apr 7, 2008
Once again I was thrilled with a book written by Diana Palmer. The way she tells a story brings you into the story and helps you feel what the characters are feeling. A must read for all Diana fans and those who will become fans.
Good grief  Jun 5, 2003
...It was so one-dimensional and so populated with cardboard characters that it bored me silly by page 10. I did persist and finished it but really don't see how this can be "love inspired" in any size, shape or form. If it is supposed to be about people of faith, it gave us a man who handled his lady roughly, raged at her and never seemed to me, at any rate, to grow up, find any spiritual dimension or develop any real feeling towards those around him. The inference made to the heroine's mother being better off dead, bearing in mind she had been an unhappy alcoholic, was incredible to say the least and was really quite offensive. The dialogue was strictly B movie and stilted and strained. Also, the book was clearly given a bit of a re-write to bring it up to date (eg the use of computer technology circa 2003 and not the early 1980s when it originally appeared) but it didn't work...
This is NOT a sleeper!  Jul 24, 2000
I'm a little apalled at the first customer's review by calling this story one to 'take a nap'! Although, before reading this book, I had never heard of or read Diana Palmer's previous sellers (including those written under her old pen name 'Katy Currie') I found this book to be very good and insightful. I must admit that in some parts the predictability of what would happen next was point blank. However, if all the reader does is try to 'predict' what will happen next then they are missing the story! To me, it was obviously a beautiful love story between a blind man and a woman who had not known real love. It showed how we as humans are so quick to 'see' a person on the outside without even considering the real soul within. The characters fall in love with each other not because of a physical attraction, which we know does not last forever, but on the basis of a trusting and complete love that surpasses the physical appearances. An excellent example of the character's relationship, which is realized in the end, can be found in the Bible in 1 Corinthians 13:4-8. For those of you who have not read this book, I would recommend it to anyone who wants to (for a few hours) live in the world of two lonely people who find each other and give of themselves what they thought could never have, and that is true love!
Blind Promises (Love Inspired)  Dec 1, 1999
I have been a fan of the author for years, but I think that this has to be the worst book that she has written. The plot was dull and the characters were unrealistic. The only thing this book inspired me to do was take a nap.
I found the book interesting  Aug 25, 1999
After reading the reissue of this book put out by Steeple Hill, I found the book interesting. In Diane Palmer's way it tells the story that Ms. Palmer does in most of her novels and was the expected plot. If you like predicitibility you'll like this one.

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