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10 chapters / 13482 words

Approximately about 1 hour to read

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Grace is a gorgeous southern belle, except for one thing: she is blind. Peter is an attractive and smart slave who is sold to the Fielding's plantation. When Grace and Peter meet, the spark they feel is undeniable. But how can they love each other when their love is forbidden? **WORK IN PROGRESS**
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NOTE: To get this piece right, I know I must research. I haven't so far, so right now I am going off of what I already know about this time and slavery. If you find anything that you know is inaccurate, please feel free to point it out. I feel like the plantation rules that I have set in place right now is inaccurate and I plan to look into it and change it. This is just a draft, so don't worry. :)

Comments(27)

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over 1 year ago writer said:

I loved the two new updates but I hate frederick....can't you eliminate him from the book? he hurts her too much.

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almost 2 years ago writer said:

MORE, NOW. PLEASE.

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almost 2 years ago writer said:

this is the BEST story that I've ever read.

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about 3 years ago Chrisdeana Schneider said:

Thanks for introducing me to figment. I loved reading this book on ifunny and now I'll have the opportunity to reading it on here. ~Ms_Nobody (aka. ~me)

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over 3 years ago Emily Fortenbery said:

Another great chapter! Loving the details, the friendship developing along with the hints towards a deeper relationship. take it slow, let it build naturally. I love Grace's compassion for Peter, and I love the emotions you evoke both in your characters and your readers. Keep going! This is great!

Looking forward to the next chapter soon! Sincerely, Your devoted reader :)

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over 3 years ago Emily Fortenbery said:

I love the update :) this is growing naturally and is still very easy to get into as reader. the first sentence though is a bit awkward with the "making me feel boiled." I am not exactly sure what to suggest to fix it but maybe make it "it was so intense that it felt as if my blood were boiling."

other than that first sentence, this is fantastic... Keep it coming!