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Fifteen months ago, an accident left Teresa March scarred and completely blind. Having chosen David after a lively Siege to win her love, Teresa was stunned by his admission, and subsequent desertion, on Christmas Eve.Bastian Declan, David’s business partner and Teresa’s childhood friend, has loved Teresa for years. He wastes no time seizing this new opportunity to finallyFifteen months ago, an accident left Teresa March scarred and completely blind. Having chosen David after a lively Siege to win her love, Teresa was stunned by his admission, and subsequent desertion, on Christmas Eve.Bastian Declan, David’s business partner and Teresa’s childhood friend, has loved Teresa for years. He wastes no time seizing this new opportunity to finally win her heart.While David is stuck in Boston hoping to resolve the conflict and restore his relationship with Teresa, PreClan’s top-secret surveillance system is at a critical stage. Tension is high, and the house is full of very capable guards, after another foiled attempt to steal the technology. Teresa, vacillating between hurt at David’s deception, and wonder at Bastian’s potential, doesn’t fully appreciate the danger. Teresa’s service dog, Red, is smart, opinionated, handsome, and can talk. Well, at least to Teresa anyway. Understandably excited by all the activity, will his vigilance and unique bond with Teresa be enough to keep her safe? BLIND RAGE picks up where Blind Faith (book three) left off. While Bastian patiently shows Teresa he can be the partner she needs, they both want closure regarding her relationship with David. Will Teresa choose to forgive David, or will she open herself up to the possibility of a more tumultuous love?WELCOME TO TEAM RED! Blind Rage will have you gasping in shock, sad with empathy, and Laughing-Out-Loud (literally- some readers caution you should not eat or drink while reading, or you will be spewing food/liquids when you get to the funny parts... err, which make up a large portions of the book). This version of the series is INTENDED FOR MATURE ADULTS OVER 18. Contains graphic sexual content, and swearing, which is unfortunate as the dog repeats everything....

Title : Blind Rage
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ISBN : 9781499215731
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Number of Pages : 275 Pages
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Blind Rage Reviews

  • Whitney (Shooting Stars Reviews)
    2019-05-29 12:52

    Reviewed by Whitney@Shooting Stars Reviews Blind Rage begins almost right after the third book ends. Teresa is going to have to finally put things in to perspective where David is concerned, and Bas seems to be completely devoted to her. But they are taking it slow and steady right now. There are also some other complications that have come up, and Teresa is just trying to adjust to everything. She's not the only one trying to adjust either. And with more threats coming the front it's getting harder and harder for them to all just be. Blind Rage was good! It had a very interesting plot, and the characters were awesome as always! I'm still very intrigued by this series, and I feel like it gets better and better each book! Now I'm a little worried about the next book though. I'm scared something bad between Bas and Teresa will happen, and I really really hope it doesn't. I love those two together. They are really perfect together, and I hope they stay that way! I'm also very excited to see more details about Teresa's issues, and other developments that happened in this book! Now just anxiously waiting on the next one.

  • Nancy Stopper
    2019-06-21 14:48

    In Blind Rage we pick up where Blind Faith leaves off. Bastian and Teresa are continuing to try and navigate the beginning of a relationship while Teresa desperately waits for David to return so that she can gain the closure that she needs. The author has continued to depict Teresa as a strong woman who is able to think clearly in times of stress or struggle. She demonstrates the ability to think on her feet and leverage her skills and her smarts when she needs to. In this installment, we also begin to see the development of an empathic link between Teresa and Red as she begins to FEEL some of the emotions that Red is feeling. I think it's quite funny when she feels Red's happiness at getting a good scratch - which are available in spades in the Team Red house. The cast of characters has grown significantly in Blind Rage as the product being developed by Bastian and David comes closer to delivery to the government. Both security for Teresa and Red as well as the full introduction of a team of former military personnel to supplement David and Bastian's effort makes for a full house. I love how the author accommodated all these new characters in Teresa's house and Teresa's life in several ways - several times throughout the book, as a scene comes to a close, you'll hear the characters say "Bastian out" or "Jeeves out" as a way for the men to let Teresa know they were leaving (or coming into) the room. Teresa has thought out loud that she needs to write down all the men, their real names, and their call signs - so you find a small appendix in the back of the book where the author did just that.Of all of the new characters being introduced in this story, I believe that Frost is my favorite. Frost speaks in abbreviated sentences - often leaving out nouns and verbs, and most certainly articles, if he feels they aren't necessary to make his point. He is truly a man of few words. But his words are endearing to us as a reader and to Teresa. He has a dry wit and a keen ability to speak his mind in a way that comes across funny to the reader. In this book, I really felt a deepening connection to the characters and really felt I was part of this story.Tanks hijinks continue to confound the residents of the house, including Red. He finds himself (his dog self, that is) frequently apologizing and showing genuine remorse for things that Tank does - he's taking his raising of Tank seriously. And he is so excited for the newest resident in the house - "The Boy". David returns and brings Marcia and Wes (The Boy) with him. Red firmly believes that the boy was brought for him, because he needed more people to play with. Red continues to endear himself to the readers as he is truly a part of this family, and a part of Teresa. I could feel the love between them as they were first able to reestablish their mental and visual connections after being apart and how both of them used that connection to solve their imminent problem.While the return of David means that Teresa can finally get the closure that she needs, I'm really coming to dislike David more and more. It's clear that he's remorseful for his actions but that doesn't excuse the behavior, and the verbal slips that he continues to exhibit upon his return. He's not the David I fell in love with in Blind Seduction. We see much less of his humor and his gregarious personality and he becomes much more brooding. Quite a personality "Freaky Friday" between Bastian and David from the beginning of the series until now.Teresa and Bastian are finally able to consummate their relationship. Once again, the scenes are well written and don't take away from the over arching story line. They are again quite detailed and not for the "faint of heart" when it comes to reading intimacy in romance novels but I appreciate how well they are woven into the story.

  • DelSheree
    2019-06-07 12:48

    The last year of Teresa's life has been more than the word "difficult" can even begin to cover. Blinded in a freak accident, attacked in her own home, betrayed by the man she loved... that's the end of it, right? Teresa's luck is not that good. While anticipating David's return and the close of their once strong relationship, Teresa must face new terrors, hoping that her friends can save her in time.This is book 4 in the Team Red series, and it has been a crazy ride up to this point! Everything Teresa has faced already makes your heart break to think she's in for more danger, but it also makes it impossible to put this book down.I had already grown to love the characters in this series, so dropping right back into their lives was no issue at all. From the first page, though, the anxiety surrounding talk of David's return grabs readers attention. He is, after all, the one who broke Teresa's heart despite seeming like the perfect guy. Teresa is a better woman than me, because she has agreed not only to David's return to her home, but also his wife (yes, wife) who is dying of cancer, and his son coming to live in her house as well. Suffice it to say, there's enough awkward tension to go around.David's arrival, however, is not the main focus of the book, which I was a little surprised by. I thought the majority of the story would deal with both Teresa and David's reactions to being in the same house and trying to deal with Marcia's final days. It actually only comprises about the last quarter of the book. I would have liked to have seen Teresa interact with Marcia and Wes (David's son) a little more and see that dynamic, but I expect that may be something we'll see more of in book 5.The main storyline of the book centers around the protection of Bas and David's business and Wild Horse Security's increasing involvement, and how the top secret nature of the work puts Teresa in a very terrifying situation. I don't want to give away spoilers, so I'll just sum up my comments on this storyline by saying it was well crafted, highly anxiety-ridden, and kept me turning pages as fast as I could. And Bas... it's awesome to see him in action.Now, I can't forget the romantic side of the story. I was a Bas fan from the beginning, and I was happy to see him finally get the chance he deserved with Teresa. Bas is a very complex character and watching him and Teresa test out the waters of a relationship was just as captivating as the action scenes. Because neither Teresa nor Bas want to begin a relationship until things are settled with David (and he doesn't show up until the end of the book), their relationship doesn't venture too far into the physical realm until the end. That doesn't mean there aren't plenty of steamy conversations previous to that to keep readers interested.Normally, I don't comment much on the more intimate scenes in a book, but I have to say that when Bas and Teresa do take their relationship to the next level, it was very well done. I don't mean that in the sense of descriptions or such. The scene is fairly descriptive, so that along with the decent amount of language means it's obviously not for younger readers, but I felt like the focus was as much or more so on the emotional connection being forged between them. They had both been through so much, been scarred in more ways than one, and hurt by others they trusted that to see them both be made vulnerable, open, and honest was actually very touching.Overall, I still love this series, and I will be waiting eagerly for the next book.

  • Kristin L.
    2019-06-18 12:05

    The stories in this series just keep getting better and better! Blind Rage picks up right where Blind Faith left off. Teresa and Bas are still reeling from the news of David's secret wife and son. In the midst of her own soul searching, Teresa realizes that she has never really seen Bas for the complex person he is. I love Red's perspective on it - he simplifies it and has always noticed that Bas is constantly in tune with Teresa and what she needs or wants. I have to admit that I fell in love with Bastian right along with Teresa in this story. I love how dimensional his character is. Yes, he is totally bad-ass, but I enjoy his sarcastic humor, and his emotional depth and unwavering loyalty. (I guess that puts me squarely on Team Bas!) I have also really enjoyed the developing relationship between Teresa and Bas, and I really could empathize with Teresa and "feel" along with her as fears melted away.Of course we can't forget about Red, and his new buddy Tank. I love the dynamic between Red and Teresa, and how the whole of Team Red and the Wild Mustangs interact. It is a neat crew of characters, and I hope to see more of their stories develop in future stories. I really love how this author "gets" the dog's perspective and how Red's mind works. As an owner of a German Shepherd myself, I found that I was laughing out loud at several points in the book.I truly recommend reading this whole series, although I do suggest starting with the first story, Blind Seduction, followed by Color Blind, Blind Faith and finally Blind Rage. T. Hammond also offers this series of books for a younger audience, titled Red Rover and Red Zone. I am going to be impatiently waiting for the next book in this series!!

  • C.J. Corbin
    2019-05-28 13:03

    LAUGH OUT LOUD FUNNY!This series has me hooked! What can you say when the dog will repeat everything? T. Hammond has served up a delicious cast of characters and she gives it all to you. It's funny, dramatic, and ohhhh the sexual tension she creates. Her characters are complex, just when you thought you've peeled the last layer away, you discover more. Hammond's story telling is credible, and by the end of the book, you will believe that your dog may be able to talk too! This book will not disappoint you and even if you haven't read the first 3 (which I recommend you do), this one stands very well on it's own.

  • Jocelyn Sanchez
    2019-06-20 15:58

    It's not a secret that I love the author's, T. Hammond's, writing. I'm a huge fan of hers, and I'm always anxious when her books release! I look forward to the connections and emotions between all the characters, the humor between Teresa and Red, and of course, Bas!! I love his character so much!!This story's timeline is after the events in Blind Faith. Teresa is no longer left with an aching heartache that David left her with, thanks to her best friend's brother, Bas. The more that she spends time with Bas, the more that she realizes that he is the person she should have been with. With Bas, she is in a equal relationship. She is loved unconditionally and is showered with his devotion and his love. Now, Bas might be handsome, funny, and loving,but he is also brave, strong, and tactful! He is a warrior god! When the time came to save the day, Bas was there, leading the mission. He showed how much he cares for Teresa, and that his love is real and true. He is a hero and we get to see his skills and abilities in this book. Again, I am blown away with this book! Not only do we get more Bas, and boy do we get a lot of him, but we also see Teresa grow as a person and become a stronger warrior. She stayed smart, tactful, and fearless when things went for the worse, and did it with bravery and courage that made me proud. Teresa is the ultimate warrior, blind or not. Her blindness doesn't make her a lesser person, or weakens her. It empowers her, assists her, and it's a part of her. She sees more than the average person does, blindness and all. She sees the truth without seeing and that's why she is so strong. She is a force to be reckon with.I highly recommend this book to everyone! Not only is this book filled with humor, romance, and action, it also has a lot of twists and turns that you will not see coming! The ending of this book? WOW!!! The author is making me anxious for the next book. I'm a total Team Red fan and knowing the author and how the book ended, I know that the next book is going to be interesting and exciting just as the books before it!! My favorite quotes: “I didn't jump for them, they were already on the ground. I picked them up. It’s bad to litter, you know. I’m a friend of the environment.”“Helicopter collection, huh?” I echoed, menacingly. “I know not, of what he speaks,” Red fibbed, unconvincingly.

  • Lea
    2019-05-30 15:48

    Ms. Hammond does it again! Can I just say again how much I love this series and it just keeps getting better! Blind Rage picks up right where Blind Faith ended, the PreClan technology is almost done, the Wild Horses are hanging around and building their compound and we’re waiting for David to come home from Boston. I need to say that the character of Theresa has an absolutely tremendous capacity to love. To invite David back into her home is one thing but to include his wife and son…I think it broke my heart a little. So much happens in this book. I have to say I really loved watching Theresa and Bas’ relationship deepen. They are an amazing and complementary couple and I'm so happy they are together (YAY Team Bas!). And when they finally consummate their relationship….I'm kinda surprised my kindle didn't melt. This book is more intense in the suspense, at least in my opinion (I'm trying to avoid spoilers) and we get to see a different side to Bas. It's been known from the beginning that he's a badass but in this book we really get to see it. Then there is Red! I've said it before and I'll say it again Red is one of the best characters in any book I have read, ever. I love this dog, the personality Ms. Hammond has given him is so awesome, funny, endearing, sarcastic, perceptive. But really these people have really got to learn to watch what they say around this dog, he repeats everything. Now to leave you for the l-o-n-g wait to 2015 for the next book with my two favorite quotes from this one (both shockingly about love) “Love doesn't simply disappear when we’re disappointed in someone, but it can reshape itself. Love is like a living thing, it can become more, or less, or different altogether.” AND “’My heart is bruised,’ I whispered sadly. ’I’ll kiss it, make it better,’ Bas promised, enfolding me in his healing arms.” *sigh*

  • Kyjuliano
    2019-06-03 17:58

    Wow! I loved this book.Picking up where we left off at the end Blind Faith, Teresa and Bas are continuing to find their way to each other. Both have to work out their feelings over Davids betrayal. I love the way Bas's character has stepped up as the series progresses. Red's observations of the differences he's observed between Teresa's relationships with David and Bas are absolutely incredible, if only she'd thought to ask him what he saw before, she could have saved herself a world of heartache.As always I adored Red and the more he matures the funnier and more snarky he gets. He keeps you laughing all the way through the series with his wit and floors you with his wisdom. This story also made me cry and cry some more. Teresa just can't seem to get a break. Beneath all the laughter, sarcasm and pranks that keep you laughing until you cry there are some really deep issues that are touched on, particularly in this book. I don't want to give away spoilers so I'll be vague, but I have to say I cried for her as she spoke to "Doc" I could feel her pain and empathize with her on how truly difficult it must be to deal with something that's so much a blessing and at the same time also a curse. She is so strong, but even strong people can bend and break if they are pushed to their limits time and time again. I love the Mustangs and I hope that we get to see more of them in the future. Like Teresa, Frost is my favorite and if Bas ever gets out of line he'd better watch out, cause his competition is waiting in the wings and I think this one might be even more of a threat than David. I'm a little worried about the title of the next book in the series Blind-Sided, I sure hope Teresa isn't going to suffer anymore, I'd really like to see her and BAS get their HEA

  • Marlene Brown
    2019-06-12 11:06

    Blind rage is the 4th installment in a series that tells the story of Teresa March. Teresa was blinded in a freak accident (told in book 1 Blind seduction) and the series follows her life since the accident the new direction of her life has taken. I have enjoyed all the three books leading up to this 4th one and was looking forward to catching up with Teresa and her team. I don’t want to give away too much of the storyline however readers of the series will know that the main focus is waiting for David to come home ( I have to admit that Teresa telling David to come home in book 3 was very moving and a very selfless act). Before David comes home though we are introduced to a new plot and a lot of new characters. There were quite a few more additions to Teresa’s team and I must admit I found this a bit confusing at times and I miss Janey, Ken and Gil and would have liked to see them a bit more in this book rather than have so many more new additions. However the story line was very exciting and nerve-wracking. I was thrilled with the way Sebastien took charge and handled the situation. And the new “link “ between them was quite a surprise and had me re reading previous sections to see how I had missed this new development. As to the romance I was a fan of Sebastien from the first book however I was ready to accept David as Teresa did so I have a little trouble with David’s change and his underhanded actions and although happy that Sebastien became the lead in her life I was a little troubled with how quickly Teresa was able to move from one to the other. I was happy to see though that she and Sebastien waited to talk to David before moving their relationship along and when they finally took their relationship to the next level it was sexy, touching and hot! I love the series, enjoyed book 4 and I am looking forward to where book 5 will take me.

  • P.G. Allison
    2019-06-05 13:12

    As always, Red’s snarky comments are the best!In book four of this marvelous series, Teresa and Bas are awaiting the return of David whom Teresa has invited into her home, along with his wife (dying of cancer) and his son. She and Bas are keeping their deep love for one another “on hold” until David’s return, as Teresa doesn’t want things getting more complicated. Before allowing Bas into her bed, she wants to see David in person; she’s told him over the phone how it’s over between them and can’t be fixed but she knows she really needs to explain her feelings face-to-face before she can really move on. Is there any sexual tension between her and Bas in the meantime? Wow! (Red’s snarky comments about all the pheromones they’re emitting are hilarious!)Of course, things for Teresa haven’t been difficult enough the past year and while waiting, she must cope with even more! I don’t want to give away any spoilers but suffice to say, there are anxious, heart pounding moments related to protecting the highly secret business which Bas and David are doing for the government. Although Wild Horse Security is there, with a team of wonderful new characters which we met in the last book, poor Teresa must face some terrifying times and the reader can’t turn the pages fast enough.The story is really well written, with deeply romantic scenes combined with other scenes taking the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride. Things are wrapped up in this book appropriately enough, without any cliffhangers, but I still had to begin reading the next book immediately. Thank goodness it was already available!

  • Brian & Tara
    2019-06-16 14:03

    4th book in the series, and my favorite yet!Key Plot Elements: romance; paranormal—yes, the dog talks, and it is a VERY good thing; heart-pounding drama; poignant moments; some meaty topics including PTSD; generous quirky/sexy humor; and a perfect amount of adult play.“Blind Rage” is the fourth book of the Team Red series. This is definitely not a stand-alone read, mainly due to depth as opposed to an inability to understand the key plots. After having explored and defined the core characters for three books, author Tina Hammond takes us deep into their motivations and very psyche. More than simply what happens next, we understand why.While all of Hammond’s books have a nice amount of drama, this story is especially powerful. I gasped, cried several times (don’t judge until you read it), and generally felt as though I was in the middle of the action, living it with Teresa. Hammond’s writing style, a relaxed and conversational voice which engages the reader, artfully draws you in to Teresa’s heart.By far, my favorite character of this series is Red, the too-smart-for-his-own-good German shepherd. Teresa is also wonderful in her strength, and realism; blind, but not handicapped, she is her own worst critic while maintaining a wonderful sense of humor. And then there are the leading men… including some new ones who definitely tugged on my heart with their devotion. This fourth book in the series is enhanced by the fantastic addition of new characters, each rich with their own unique personalities.

  • Hooked On Books
    2019-06-26 11:58

    As usual, T. Hammond packs a non-stop thrill ride in this novel! It picks up where Blind Faith ended. Teresa March has endured so much pain, how is it possible to watch her undergo more? If you’re a fan of this series, how can you not love Bas? Reading through the scenes that involve Teresa and him shows how talented T. Hammond really is with her writing style. Agreeing to take in David, his dying wife Marcia, and their son Wes doesn't skim the surface of what this novel actually entails. It involves a plot with meticulously written twists and turns, humour, sexy conversations, and empowerment. I love getting more of Bas in this novel. Not only do we get his loving side, but we also see his witty and protective sides as well. Of course, Teresa is placed in some scary situations, too, and Red, well, he’s just as adorable and opinionated as usual.True to T. Hammond style, the ending of Blind Rage makes me want the next instalment now.

  • Bex 'n' Books
    2019-06-03 14:51

    Reviewer: BexDisclosure: This ebook was provided by the author in exchange for an HONEST and not necessarily positive review.Book three left on one hell of a cliffhanger, and thank goodness, Blind Rage picks up immediately where we left. Blind Rage is a fabulous follow on. It continues to push the characters and their relationships forward. it also held the expected wonderful level of heat and suspense. I do love this series, and Blind Rage is one of my favourites to date. Is this because of Teresa's fabulous character, her vulnerability mixed with her absolute refusal to become a victim, probably. But a lot of it is also because I'm in love with Bas-hole. He's dreamy and fun, and an alpha to boot.T Hammond has created a fabulous cast for her clever and highly entertaining series. Bloody fabulous read.

  • Tina
    2019-06-17 13:04

    The last book left me mad for weeks!! But I have to say Tina redeemed herself with this one. Teresa and Bas (and myself) were blown away with David's admission at the very end of the last book, in this book, we have healing, twists and turns and snow. I am not a fan of snow, it is just,so cold. But I am a fan of coffee. :)I am so in love with Red, I just love how he thinks. I do need more Tank though, puppies are just the bomb. I LOVE all the new characters and cannot wait to see what Team Red has in store for me! If you haven't had a chance to pick up this series, do so, they are funny, sexy, with mystery thrown in, and I should mention male hotness, a lot of male hotness. All around a great read, this book ended with me just happy and excited for the next one. Of course that is next year(totally bummed). You will love this series, trust me.

  • Clarke
    2019-06-01 15:10

    3.5 Stars. The series is still rough around the edges but I enjoyed it anyway. If the next book was out I'd read it but idk if I'll be reading more since I have to wait. The characters were fun and realistic for the most part. I'm still not sure how I feel about the love triangle and switching btw the men. It's nice they are all being adult but I find it hard to believe. Even with the believability being questionable at times the story was entertaining. Near the end of the book a new twist was added that promises some fun and interesting times. A fan of the series shouldn't be disappointed even with the wait for the next book since we didn't end in a cliffhanger this time. If you haven't read the other books you should. This book is part of an on going series. If you're looking for a book with danger, military men, smart dogs, and love this book is for you.

  • Tonya
    2019-06-21 16:46

    Great REad. I love how things happened between Bas and Teresa, I've always been Team Bas, since the first book. And OMG, the tats he got at the end! (You'll have to read it to understand, you won't be disappointed though). What Teresa went through really shows how strong she really is. Being blind is definitely NOT a handicap for her. Everything that has happened to her, has made her a stronger person. It would have broken 99% of other people. I can't believe the surprise development between her and Bas and can't wait for that to get explored. I wasn't expecting it at all! (sorry for being so vague, but I hate giving spoilers in reviews). Now I need to try to be patient while waiting for book 5, this might be hard to do.

  • Renee Bruning
    2019-06-22 17:49

    This book continues the issues from the previous. The main character Theresa, finds herself caught in the crossfire of a group who wants the secrets invented by her former boyfriend and current boyfriend. The relationship between Theresa and her dog Red continues in the humorous fashion that keeps you laughing.

  • Jenn Krivak
    2019-06-24 16:08

    Loved it, Team Red just keeps me wanting more! Teresa is a strong intelligent woman surrounded by hot bods and funny as all get out, Red! We all need to have this kind of love and devotion! Bas is so swoon-worthy I swear I drool every scene he's written in.(David is no slouch either) Now lets hope the future is bright and our girl is happy! ... yeah still drooling here!

  • Silvia
    2019-06-13 12:52

    Good grief!! Will that woman ever catch a break??!??I was quiet worried about what would happen when David gets back.But now I'm worried what will happen now that Bas is away on Business!Fantastic series...can't get enough.

  • Sam
    2019-06-19 16:49

    Absolutely loved it. The added security detail fits well into the characters of the main plot line. I enjoyed getting to see Bas and Teresa's relationship grow. I love this series.

  • Cayla
    2019-06-17 14:58

    Love this book which I had to doudt I would. I can not wait for the spring to get book 5 and see what happens.

  • Deb Diem
    2019-06-25 16:05

    This series Rocks! Go Team Red. I'm only sorry that the next book doesn't come out for a while. I'm addicted.