Blind Acceptance – Book Review

Blind Acceptance – Book Review

I received a copy of “Blind Acceptance ” ($29.99 value – Amazon) in exchange for this promotion. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.

“The evolution of a marriage of true partners maturing and changing, grappling with personal and family issues, plays out before a backdrop of the social and political upheaval of the latter half of the 20th century, bringing surprises, challenges, and blessings.

In Blind Acceptance, the author experiences a metamorphosis as she confronts the realities of war, racism, and the cultural changes for women of her time. With an innate sense of our inter-connectedness and an unwavering trust in humankind, the author and her steadfastly supportive and delightfully irreverent husband perpetuate a family legacy of caring for others without reservation.” – From the book cover

We are all truly blind in our lives and in our life expectations.  Blind Acceptance is a great example of how we can all take notes on how our personal lives evolve and the twists and turns we make that we never anticipated.  Sandra’s book lays out the bumps of life along the way that we all need to work through.  Even though her scene is played back in time for us, we can all resonate and grasp challenges in our society today or family or household that is bringing upheaval and mending.  Blind Acceptance is in all of us and our need to be loved and accepted in our lifetime.  It shows us the need to preserve in our desires in life and to push for what we feel is right.  Sandra just tells it as it is and doesn’t leave a word or feeling out or candy coat the foretelling of her life story in this novel.

Warning:  There is some mild vulgar language within this book.

Blind Acceptance can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and anywhere books are sold.

Sandra Pimentel (nee Pasquale) was born in 1942 in Boston, earned a nursing degree, and married Paul Pimentel in 1965. She graduated from UMASS Boston with a BA in Management of Human Services. As an advocate for social change, Pimentel’s award-winning work has helped improve the quality of life for children, teens, and adults on a regional and national level.

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Cynthia Tait

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