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Love at Last Sight

Love at Last Sight

8.9M Reads 185K Votes 20 Part Story
Jordan Lynde By XxSkater2Girl16xX Completed

“Rose, I’m sorry, but your eyesight will be gone by the end of this year.”

Who knew one simple sentence could change a life so drastically? Rose is a normal seventeen year old girl with a normal life, normal friends, and what she thought to be normal vision. When she receives the news her vision is slowly deteriorating, she doesn't know what to think. Her life is over. What's a life without being able to see?

Enter Chace, a young man who tackled Rose to the ground, mistakingly thinking she was about to commit suicide. He's handsome, suave, and has no idea why Rose is so upset. And even though she is a complete stranger, he decides he wants to help her feel better.

With four months until her vision is gone forever, Rose slowly falls in love with this happy-go-lucky young man, but never reveals her problem to him. She's scared. Will he stay with her when he finds out she's going blind? Or will he ditch her when he finds out the truth?

lilreader79 lilreader79 7 days ago
losing one of your senses when you've known what its like to have all 5 (ie not born deaf, etc.) seems like one of the worst things
Hannah_2799 Hannah_2799 Apr 18
I think it's Northampton in USA since the author is from Massachusetts (Based on what I read on the author's profile)
MusicalDog445 MusicalDog445 4 days ago
I mean - I went visually impaired (with no way of knowing whether it will get worse or stay the same) four years before that.
beelieverapple beelieverapple 7 days ago
You didn't need to know? Bish. That's bad for several reasons.
DaejaCook DaejaCook 7 days ago
This happened to my mom once but the phone was with her 😂
MusicalDog445 MusicalDog445 4 days ago
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                              18:29 PM
                              England, United Kingdom
                              
                              Reading as a person on the blindness spectrum.