Reviewed by Lynette Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
"Love Is Blind" is book 2 in Karen Wiesner’s “Denim Blue Series”. Detective Orlando Bateman, of the Briar's Point Police Department, was once again working with Silvia Price and Demin McHart. Keeya Nilsen arrived at the station to report that she had been robbed. Orlando was ready to help. Keeya is the granddaughter of a famous blues singer. The plane crash that killed her parents left her visually impaired. She was raised by her grandfather.
Keeya was not wise when picking men. She had been cheated on many times but the last loser emptied her bank account and took her most prized possession, her grandfather’s unpublished blues music.
As Orlando searches for the loser, he finds himself falling in love with Keeya.
This book has strong Christian undertones. I truly enjoyed the story. There are several subplots to keep the reader interested. This book is just as good as, and maybe better than, the first book in the series. It is easy to recommend this book.