In the Blind

Club Blind, #1

Jane is at a place in her life that she is ready to take risks not just in business but in her personal life. Rob is still upset by a relationship that did not last. An evening of pitch black passion at Club Blind opens not just Jane’s eyes. It also leads them to opening up their hearts.

In the Blind is the first book in the Club Blind series by S. J. Maylee.

The beginning of the story leaves you wanting to know more. It has a unique premise. By the end of the first chapter, I eager to finish the book. The author did a great job of drawing the reader in to her world. She was able to make the world she created realistic. I could picture the world she created. The flow of the story was done in a way that each chapter built on the prior chapter and kept the reader interested.

The main characters and the secondary characters were fascinating and genuine. I loved that both Jane and Rob had faults and were realistic. They come across as real people. The story was in third person that changed from both Jane’s perspective and Rob’s. The point of view alternating between Jane and Rob gives the reader a glimpse inside both characters. The changing point of view was done in a way that the reader did not get lost or a story line repeated. The dialogue between the characters was genuine and distinctive. The characters voice matched not only the setting but fit their overall personality. The ending was a bit predictable but the author takes the reader on a wonderful journey. I hope we get to see these characters again in the future.

Book Blurb for In the Blind

Jane thinks she’s ready to take the risks her business and love life desperately need. Rob’s still punishing himself for a broken relationship that wasn’t meant to last. When the pair let an opportunity pass them by, fate steps in and throws them back together.

An evening of pitch black unrestrained passion at Club Blind opens her eyes to life’s possibilities. Now, if they don’t fight past their personal demons, they might never truly discover what they need most. If they can open their hearts, it might lead them directly to each other where they can discover their truth. If not, they may forever stay in the blind.

Be Warned: light BDSM, anal play, spanking

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2015 4.00