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  • This Series Inspires

    This series always inspires, always reminds us of the courage and strength of our deployed and really brings home what our wounded endure. I truly wish there was something like Hathaway House for our wounded vets. This one does not delve as deeply on the wounded hero, Nash. Yes he struggles, and doesn't see the progress he makes, but out of all of the books in this series, Nash comes in with his head in the game. Yes he has set backs, but his eyes are open and he is searching for his success. Imagine struggling to get to a good hospital / rehab and run into your ex! Alicia appears to have a much more emotional issues, from her past. I don't want to give things away, you need to read the book, but suffice to say she put in some years and carries the pain and loss. A story of loss and acceptance, growth and living life to your best. Thank you for the arc! I freely volunteer my thoughts and opinions

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  • Heart warming

    Yet another beautiful story in the amazing Hathaway House series. Nash and Alicia were an item for a long time until life got in the way, Alicia wanted to follow a career in design and Nash was determined to join the navy. Neither thought that a long distance romance would work so reluctantly but amicably, they split. Life dealt both of them a duff card, Alicia was to give up her dream of design in order to nurse her beloved brother Jerry through nine years of cancer until his untimely death. Alicia continued in nursing in the hope that she could help others in a way that she couldn't help Jerry. Nash's dream to be transferred to Hathaway House was hard fought for and an agonising wait. After sustaining life threatening injuries when an IED exploded Nash knew that Hathaway House was his best chance of recovery. Hathaway House is a rehabilitation centre specializing in the treatment of military personnel, it's wonderful staff treat patients holistically, each having their own team and their own program. When Nash found that Alicia was working at Hathaway House and was on his team he was both delighted and nervous, what would Alicia thing when she saw his once athletic body now broken ? Alicia also looked to their first meeting with trepidation, what would Nash think of the once vibrant, fun loving Alicia who was now a troubled soul, wrecked with guilt ? The team at Hathaway House, from owner Dani, physio, Shane to Dennis from the kitchen were determined to heal both Nash and Alicia. The romance was rekindled through this heart warming story, the long meaningful conversations and the psychology are so well written. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Second Chances and Healing

    Hathaway House - a place for healing and romance. Nash is a SEAL who was injured in an IED attack and has arrived to heal, to regain as much of his former physical self as possible. He meets many professionals and new friends, including a high school girl friend who has her own healing needed. Exploration of self and relationships and growth. Warm and fuzzy, serious and heartful. Bravo!! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • An Outstanding Suspense Romance .

    I really enjoyed reading Nash . This story is wonderful and the characters are fantastic . Nash finally arrives at Hathaway house after several delays . He is surprised to find Alicia his ex- girlfriend from his younger years they split up when he decided he was going in the Navy but they never stopped caring about each other . Alicia never got the opportunity to go into fashion like she planned . Now she's a nurse at Hathaway House . Nash and Alicia still have that chemistry and they both would love to reconnect . They each have healing to do but in different ways . Maybe they can build a life together now that they have experienced life . This story is well written and heartbreaking and heartwarming . I highly recommend taking the time to read . I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • So Good!

    Another successful recovery and relationship coming out of Hathaway House! Alicia is carrying a lot of emotional baggage when she returns to Hathaway House to find her ex, Nash, is going to be a patient, and what will that mean for her? Alicia and Nash were an item way back when they were just kids dreaming about their futures. Alicia was looking forward to a career in fashion design and Nash was going into the Navy. It was Nash’s decision to go into the Navy that confirmed their fate at that time. They broke up and haven’t had any contact since then. Nash needs Hathaway House to help him recover from his injuries sustained while in the Navy. Alicia’s career path changed dramatically when her brother became ill with cancer and she stayed behind to take care of him. Her brother’s illness was hard on everyone. Losing a loved one to cancer is never an easy situation. I enjoyed this story which I found to be spot on with what the ravages of illness can do to the care giver. This is very heartfelt and true to life. I felt it is very well written, with the emotions and reactions that Alicia has to the event of losing her brother, a sad, but realistic occurrence. I enjoyed the breakthrough Alicia was able to have and the peace she found because of it. A sweet love story with a second chance at love.

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