It was easier to forget.
In one fateful moment, Judith Blake had lost everything-- her career, her marriage... her sight. And her despair was equaled only by the bitterness she felt toward Mark Leland, the man she held responsible. His attempts to become part of her life only fueled her rage.
She didn't want his help, or his pity. She certainly didn't want to feel the way she did when he held her. But he was offering her a new beginning. Could she deny herself the chance to realize her talent, her dreams... and the chance to see, with Mark, the colors of love?