New York :, St. Martin's Press,, 2014.
1 online resource (275 pages)
"When Nicole C. Kear was nineteen years old, she walked into an eye doctor's office for what she thought was a routine appointment and was given a life-changing diagnosis. She was going blind, courtesy of a disease called retinitis pigmentosa and she had a decade or so before lights-out. To cope, she decides to hide her disease and live like there's no tomorrow. With her future looking much different than she had planned, she delivers on her vow to carpe diem --she tears through boyfriends, joins a circus school, and travels all over. But when she falls in love and gets pregnant just a few years shy of her vision's expiration date, she abandons her reckless ways in order to become the best mother she can be. Her secret is harder to give up but, as her eyesight deteriorates, it becomes harder and harder to keep hidden. As the aperture of her vision closes, she's forced into a painful reckoning. No matter how she rages, she will lose the battle against blindness. But if she comes clean, and comes to terms with the bad news she's been running from, she can still win her happy ending. Now I See You is a story about refusing to cower at life's curveballs, a story about how sometimes glory and freedom is found in the surrender and not in the fight. And it's a story about acceptance - facing the truths that just won't go away and facing yourself, flaws and all"-- Provided by publisher.