Hello friends! This past week has been an amazing roller coaster ride. Thank you for being part of it and for your kind words and support. In a matt

Hello friends!

This past week has been an amazing roller coaster ride. Thank you for being part of it and for your kind words and support.
In a matter of a week and a day, Blind Love has 20 reviews on Amazon and 42 readers have rated it on Goodreads. If that wasn't enough, it is currently the number 1 book on Goodreads' Best Books of June 2015. Oh and we now have over 300 subscribers to our newsletter. I am so blown away and humbled by your support.
This newsletter will be all about Blind Love, so bear with me, and at the end there's an opportunity to sign up for two rafflecopters. One will be to put your name in the pot for $250 that I and several other authors are participating in and the other is to win a $25 gift card and ebooks, Blind Love being one of them.


Give Blind Love some love over at Goodreads.
If you could, please hop over to Goodreads and place your vote to help keep Blind Love securely in the number 1 status for Best Book of June 2015. Just click on the Goodreads image to the right.


An excerpt from Blind Love:

Gabe locked the front door and headed to his pickup. The decision was made. He needed to move his pitiful ass into the cabin immediately. A woman he barely knew had him confessing things he’d never told anyone else, and the scariest part: he caught himself reconsidering nonnegotiable promises. Those were fantasies he couldn’t afford. Not when other lives counted on him. He glanced over at her place and stopped dead in his tracks.
Speak of the devil.
Hands on her hips, Lauren stood talking to the cabbie parked in her driveway. Her hair was twisted in a knot. The dark blue, strapless summer dress she wore had his gaze lingering over her long neck and tanned shoulders. His mouth watered at the memory of how sweet her covered parts tasted last night.
There was something about her that hooked him. Yes, she was beautiful, but there was more. It was how her eyes crinkled when she laughed. All the smart-ass things she’d say. The soothing way her voice melted his guard. And when she touched him, it was as if she was sticking her hands inside him, picking up every one of his painful pieces, and for just a little while gluing them back together.
What the fuck am I saying?
He looked away and continued to his truck. She’d find the right person one day, and whoever the man was would be one lucky bastard.
“I’m sorry, ma’am. I can’t help you,” the cabbie said.
Gabe put the last of the supplies into the large metal toolbox and padlocked the lid.
“He’s a guide dog. Isn’t it against the law for you to refuse services because of him?” Lauren asked.
He bit back his urge to help.
For him, the girl spelled trouble.
“The sign right there says no animals.” The driver pointed to the backseat window.
She grinned. “And if I wasn’t blind, I’m sure I would have seen it.”
Gabe chuckled. He loved her fake smile. Leaning against the truck, he watched the performance.
“I’m sorry, I didn’t—I mean, you don’t look blind.”
Still grinning, she cleared her throat and pulled on the dog’s harness. “I am. Which is why I need my guide dog. He goes everywhere with me.”
The beast raised its ears and looked at Gabe. He averted his eyes, pulled off his baseball cap and tucked it into his jean pocket. Her monster of a pet was making him feel guilty as hell.
“I’m sorry, but I’m allergic to animals. He can’t come in my taxi.”
“I can pay you extra for your troubles. The place is a few blocks after the highway. It would only be ten minutes of your time.”
“Look, ma’am. It’s not going to happen. If you want, I’ll call another car to pick you up.”
After a long pause, she shook her head and bit her lip. “No, it’s fine. I understand. Thank you.”
A few seconds later, the cab pulled away. Lauren stood cross-armed, staring out.
Gabe gripped the truck to make sure his legs didn’t get any crazy ideas.
This is not my problem. Maybe if he said it enough times, he’d believe it.
“Come on, Jack. It’s time for Plan B,” she said and grabbed the dog’s holster.
Plan what?
Stunned, he watched the two stroll down the road. She said the place was a few blocks after the highway. Which meant they’d be walking alongside one of the busiest boulevards in Denver for a few yards before she’d ever reach the interstate. He looked at his watch. Four fifty, on a Friday afternoon. The two would be smack dab in front of the I25 overpass during rush hour traffic—a dangerous situation for anyone, much less a blind woman.
She wouldn’t, would she?
When Lauren got to the end of the street and turned left, he cursed under his breath.
Yeah, she would.


Curious to know what readers are saying about Blind Love?

1. "I really enjoyed the author's style and the story's flow, as well as the alternating points of view--Paul gets into each character's head authentically, and it's brilliant how Lauren's POV is essentially told through every sense but sight." --Raven
2. "I absolutely loved this book I couldn't put it down from the first chapter I was hooked. This is a great book if you’re looking for a sweet, lovable, funny love story told from a unique point of view with just enough action and drama to make it interesting." -- Kim the Art of Romance Reviewer
3. "With captivating writing and a story that holds your attention from start to end, I give 4 solid stars to Blind Love! I can't wait to read more by this talented new author!" -- Cara at Making it Happen Blog
4. "Blind Love by Kishan Paul is one of the best books I have read recently. It is sweet, funny, emotional and downright amazing. It is about love, friendship, family and forgiveness. This is a very simple, sweet romance novel that has just the right amount of suspense and drama." -- Heather's Book Reviews
5. "This is such a great, complex, sweet story. Often my main complaint with romance novels is that they are so predictable. I can guess what is going to happen in the end after reading the first five chapters. But not so with Blind Love!" -- The Reading Lady
If you want to see all the reviews, just click HERE and it will take you to the Amazon page.

Now for the rafflecopter giveaways.

Rafflecopter for $250 click HERE
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Oh, I almost forgot.

My Facebook page is nearing 1000 likes. To celebrate this monumental moment, I'll give away an e-copy of Blind Love to the 1000th person. If you haven't liked the page yet, click on my picture to the right and hit like. I won't be announcing this on FB, only my subscribers, that means you, will know. It would be fabulous if one of my newsletter subscribers was the lucky winner.


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