What Love Sees By Susan Vreeland

Vreeland's first novel, published in 1983 is about a blind couple raising four children on a ranch. Here is a story about determination, hope, sometimes despair, challenge and frustration tragedy and triumph.


Susan Vreeland

Susan Vreeland is the New York Times bestselling author of eight novels, including her newest Lisette's List, published in August 2014. Luncheon of the Boating Party reveals Renoir's masterpiece, the personalities involved in its making, and the joie de vivre of late nineteenth century Paris. Life Studies is a collection of stories of Impressionist painters and contemporary people encountering art. Girl in Hyacinth Blue traces an alleged Vermeer painting through the centuries. The Passion of Artemisia illuminates Italian Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi. The Forest Lover follows rebel British Columbia painter Emily Carr in her encounters with native peoples and cultures. What Love Sees is a love story of a blind couple who refuse to accept limitations. Three of these books have been winners of the Theodor Geisel Award, the highest honor given by the San Diego Book Awards. Vreeland's novels have been translated into twenty-six languages, and have frequently been selected as Book Sense Picks. She was a high school English teacher in San Diego for thirty years.

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