It's my sight I've lost, not my brains', Bryden Moore told the well-meaning friends who worried about him holidaying alone on a remote island off the coast of Nova Scotia. But that didn't stop them interfering in his plans and continuing to instal Casey Landrigan, a guide-dog trainer, in the cottage next door. The intention was for Casey to help Bryden come to terms with his blindness. But what no one expected was the attraction which flowed between them. Casey hadn't felt like this about any other man. But Bryden's blindness was the least of her problems. How did she deal with someone who believed that 'love has to be the most abused word in the English language'?
Used availability for Sandra Field's Love at First Sight
September 1990 : UK Hardback
March 1990 : UK Hardback
January 1991 : UK Paperback
May 1990 : UK Paperback