Written and narrated by Dee Len
Copyright ©2017 by Dee Len
Isabella Jenkins had a very mischievous sense of humour, finding it helped mask her insecurities, but while in the company of her small nieces she falls into a very deep trap that brings amazing consequences.
about the author
In the late 1960’s I started work; my first experience was in an office at the general offices of the Royal National Institute for the Blind and during the ten years I worked there, I made friends with several blind co-works and can guarantee they have a very sharp sense of humour. However, this story covers more about the type of life I had during that time…moving away from home and living in a hostel in the West End of London and then meeting my future husband.
Two sides to the coin by Jean Ottaway on 3 February 2017
Where love is concerned there are no barriers, love is found in the most unexpected places and in its own time. No matter what the disability love will find a way.
This story describes this beautifully. A fantastic read