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A Sunday afternoon perfect for a ‘Polo Match’ the ‘Sport of Kings’ a pass time for only the wealthy. Talented young riders rode to win. The stars of the day were the well-bred well-trained Polo Ponies, some with blood lines that went farther back the ‘blue-bloods’ who came to watch. All in all the game and magnificent horses were elegant, exciting and dangerous. Taylor Turner swung the long handled mallet claiming the win for his team. Cheers rang out then a united gasp. Taylor felt himself falling. His horse was at full gallop when its huff hit Taylor’s face. Minutes turned to hours and hours to days. Taylor remained unconscious. Specialist proclaimed, “Sort of a miracle the young man will live in darkness the rest of his life.” Taylor Turner grew up believing wealth could fix anything. He was wrong and did not believe in miracles. Do you? Jazell Jiles hired as a nurse, companion, special tutor and body guard questioned if Taylor could see. She believed he might be using blindness for personal and business gains. Would or could she prove her nagging feelings? How many lives would change on the great estate? Could a blind man see to kill and live unscathed for his deeds? Could a blind girl be his salvation?

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