Color Blind (Paperback)
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 9781499529616, 142pp.
Publication Date: May 11, 2014
List Price: 6.95*
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God had to blind him for him to truly see. An accident has robbed Saul Sweeterman of his sight. Angry at the world, Aniyah 'Annie' Hays is the only person who can reach him. Her voice draws him like a siren. Saul falls for Annie hard and fast, not knowing that she's of a different race. As a physical therapist, Annie prides herself on her professionalism. But one glance into Saul's deep blue eyes and she's a goner. She's falling in love and loving it, until she learns Saul opposes interracial relationships. Since her heart refuses to cooperate, Annie wonders, Will Saul reject her because of the color of her skin? Loosely based on the story of Saul and the prophet Ananias, Color Blind promises to answer the question, Can you tell your heart who to love?
About the Author
Michelle Lindo-Rice enjoys crafting women's fiction with themes centered around the four "F" words: Faith, Friendship, Family and Forgiveness. Her first published work, Sing A New Song, was a Black Expressions featured selection. Originally from Jamaica West Indies, Michelle Lindo-Rice calls herself a lifelong learner. She has earned degrees from New York University, SUNY at Stony Brook, and Teachers College, Columbia University. When she moved to Florida, she enrolled in Argosy University where she completed her Education Specialist degree in Education Leadership. A pastor's kid, Michelle upholds the faith, preaching, teaching and ministering through praise and worship. Feel free to connect with her at michellelindorice.com You can read her testimony, learn about her books, PLEASE join her mailing list, or read a sample chapter at michellelindorice.com Look me up on Facebook or Twitter (@mlindorice), Tumblr, Google +, YouTube, StumbledUpon, Goodreads My blog: michellelindorice.blogspot.com Her published works are: Full-Length: Sing A New Song (Feb. 2013) Walk A Straight Line (Jan. 2014) My Steps Are Ordered (Aug. 2014) The Fall of the Prodigal (Feb. 2015)