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  • Finding love in unexpected places

    A story that is both sad and funny at times, The Blind Duke is set in an era where beauty, power and wealth were the cornerstones of society. Being plain and without wealth, made Eloisa undesirable and the brunt of others sharp, unkind words. Thomas on the other hand had been the the golden boy of society,and when he lost his sight, he lost the adulation of society at the same time. People forget that because a person cannot see, it doesn’t mean they can’t hear as well, and Thomas discovers just what his previous admirers really thought about him. While Thomas has Eloisa’s cousin targeted as his future wife, she shows nothing but disinterest and Thomas employs Eloisa to make it possible for him to court her. At first I really did not like either Thomas or Sarah. Both were vain and shallow in their dealings with people. However, as the story progressed, they both became more human and their kindness towards others began to emerge. I found some of the detail of the story out of place for the time and period, but in view of the fact that it is a romance I was able to look at the story line and not the supporting facts.

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