What do you do when your greatest truth is proven a lie?Fourteen months ago, an accident left Teresa March scarred and completely blind.Teresa is reeling as her life comes crashing down around her. Betrayal of the worst kind has left her struggling to put on a brave front, setting aside shocked confusion, for the sake of those she cares about. Her telepathic sight dog, Red, and Bastian, help to anchor her against turbulent emotions.Teresa’s colorful and varied friends arrive to celebrate Christmas as the “family” they have become. Some know her heart is broken, while others are oblivious to its tattered state. Thoughtful gifts are in abundance, including several wonderful surprises. Even Red gets into the festivities with surprising insight (and a bit of doggy logic).Bastian has remained steadfast in his love and loyalty to Teresa, even when she chose David over him. But David has been living a lie, throwing all Teresa thought she knew into question. Can Bas prove to Teresa that he is worthy?Best friends, Sebastian Declan and David Preston, retire after twenty years of service to their country.The men chose to settle in Spokane, partnering in PreClan Video, a front name for the classified military software system they developed for their former employer, Uncle Sam. Mini-drones and complex programming isn’t all that’s on their minds. Teresa may have picked David as the man she loves, but Bas has a hard time emotionally letting go of the woman he’s known and loved for over a decade.Teresa’s service dog, Red, is smart, opinionated, and handsome. Red and Teresa share a bond which allows Red to speak into Teresa’s mind. Consider the implications of a talking dog with deductive reasoning skills; an asset who can scent what DNA can’t (yet) determine; who can enter a room and overhear conversations, because, really, whod think to monitor what they say around a friendly German shepherd?Welcome to Team Red!BLIND FAITH will have you gasping in shock, sad with empathy, and Laughing-Out-Loud (Literally- some readers caution you should not eat or drink while reading, or you will be spewing food/liquids when you get to the funny parts... err, which make up a large portions of the book). This version of the series is INTENDED FOR MATURE ADULTS OVER 18. Contains graphic sexual content, and swearing, which is unfortunate as the dog repeats everything.