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    Enjoyable Story

    I read an ARC of this book from the Author in exchange for a fair review. Jack is the 5th book in the series 7 Brides for 7 Soldiers. Each book is written by a different author so I think you can read this book as a stand alone. Characters from the other books appear in this book and the premise of the series looks interesting so I do intend to read the rest of the series. The hero Jack has returned from 2 Tours of Afghanistan suffering from PTSD which began as panic attacks and has now morphed into full on Agoraphobia. He meets the heroine Whitney when she comes to his house to prepare the meals he orders from the company she works for Dinner Magic and she brings light and love into Jack’s increasingly narrow world. Whitney has dreams to open her own bakery but is afraid of failing and is feeling pressured from her very successful family. The story of how Jack and Whitney find their way to each other and through their problems is delightful and I do recommend reading this book.
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    Empathy can move mountains ...

    Julia London created a powerful tale of impactive characters. Jack is realistic, informative and inspirational entertainment. A smile goes a mile. Those words kept popping into my head throughout Jack and Whitney's intense relationship. Bruised by life and wounded by a traumatic event, Jack closes himself off from the rest of the world. It takes an optimistic baker and a persistent attraction to open his eyes and reawaken his heart. Jack takes on PTSD with a remarkable sensitivity that is enlightening, inspiring and full of hope. Empathy can move mountains, change lives and inspire faith.

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