An anonymous stranger online.
As the executive chef and owner of one of the city's best restaurants, I don't have time for relationships. But as I’m approaching my mid-forties, loneliness seeps in and something needs to change. After downloading a dating app called Blind Love, I develop a connection online with a stranger who goes by the name of RealDeal.
A new hire.
When Rhys, a bright-eyed college grad, walks into my restaurant looking for a job, I don't know if there's a position for him because he barely has any experience. But I love his passion for cooking so I give him a chance.
A spontaneous night out with Rhys culminates with a fiery kiss. At the same time, my virtual walls start to fall and I become more vulnerable online with RealDeal.
I'm attracted to Rhys physically and RealDeal emotionally. It's not a good idea to continue either relationship, but the fire growing in my heart is now too big to put out.
What are the chances that my new hire and the stranger I've been talking to online are the same person?
Is love really blind?
Blind Love is a full-length standalone romance novel with a HEA. It has no cheating, no love triangle, and no cliffhanger. Recommended for 18+.