The Braille Club by J. A. Kerr

Braille front cover The Braille Club, debut novel in the Braille Club series.

Benedict is the master of detachment; this detachment will last until his first encounter with The Braille Club. It will become his obsession. He meets Siena, another club member with explosive results. This is their story; about the games they play and their all-consuming passion. Harrisons is London’s newest private members club and home to the secret Braille Club. “The Braille Club is just another club, like a diamond is just a stone!” Benedict’s eyes are closed… What does he hear… a gasp… silence, a sensuous aroma… arousal, and then… a touch. He’s ready. Are you? The Braille Club… imagine an air of darkness where extraordinary things happen to you and your senses. Where only touch leaves a memory… Welcome to the world of a select group, who walk into the dark, in order to see the light. Who need to be blind … before they can see…? Introducing J A Kerr. The Braille Club is an electrifying debut that not only delivers an enthralling read, but leaves readers wanting more. Unique, passionate and pacy it delivers the full package.

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JA (Julie Ann) Kerr was born in the spring of 1967 at Paisley’s Ross Hospital in Scotland and grew up in, Glasgow. She was an office administrator and latterly a recruitment consultant before marrying and relocating to The Netherlands with her husband. After two years, she relocated to Cheshire where her first child was born and returned to work part-time. Her final move took her back to her home town of Glasgow where she welcomed the arrival of her second child. She raised her family whilst harbouring dreams of becoming a writer. In September 2013, she started her first book and is currently working on a sequel.


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