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    Shelter for Blythe

    This story is heartwarming, the subject of homelessness not so great but very well told. Demonstrates the depth of human sorrow and struggles that some people go through. Lovely outcome but we know life isn’t always like this.
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    Loved It

    Blythe and Sawyer are perfect for each other. They both have trouble seeing themselves as the other one sees them but they make each other better and stronger. Blythe is happy to not be alone any more and Sawyer is determined to do everything he can to keep her happy. So when Blythe asks for his help to find her friend, he agrees. They didn't find her friend but they did find trouble.
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    SHELTER FOR BLYTHE - Amazing Story!

    SHELTER FOR BLYTHE by Susan Stoker is an emotional tale that brings to light the plight of homelessness in our society. Ms. Stoker does a tasteful job of making the reader aware of the not so nice world of homelessness - the dangers and the emotional turmoil those in that predicament face. This story is about Blythe and Sawyer, a/k/a Squirrel. I loved both of these characters. Blythe, being homeless. certainly has a sour look about herself, yet Sawyer, being a super duper alpha man, sees beyond her dirty clothes to the beautiful human being underneath the dirt and grime. I adored Sawyer. While he is an alpha, he has some issues of his own. Yet, he's super protective and caring and tender too. It was nice to see a Hero not be so full of himself (although I love those Heroes too!). This story has some suspense and danger, family, friends and love. Once again, Ms. Stoker has taken me on a journey that warmed my heart and soul, made me laugh and cry, feel all the feels, and opened my eyes wider to the helplessness the homeless feel. (received ARC for honest review)
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    Great read

    This is an amazing story. Just g I es to sh I w anything can happen.
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    5 Heartfelt, Heart-Warming Stars!!!

    I was given this book in turn for an honest review. When Blythe finds herself in the ER, Sawyer swears to help her, and he won’t take no for an answer. Just when Blythe thought her past was long behind her, it reappears with a vengeance. I’d been looking forward to Blythe and Sawyer’s story. Both their characters had intrigued me in the other books in the Badge of Honor’s series, and Susan Stoker did not disappoint. I love that both these characters were drawn together in the unlikely of circumstances, and the way in which they connected with each other. Considering the hell Blythe had been through, she always put the well being of others before her own and she was always willing to help others. She never shied away from helping, even when it meant putting her needs and safety before others. Sawyer wasn’t your typical Susan Stoker hero, he was different in all the right ways. He was perfect in my eyes. He had all the qualities of a great man, and I cared not for how he was built, if anything the difference in his build to his fellow colleagues and friends, is what drew me to him that little more. Shelter for Blythe isn’t so much an action romance as many of Susan Stokers stories are, however, it is a romance story that tugs at the heart. Giving us the reader a different aspect of life. Not everyone living homeless got there because their actions were untoward, some had the worst luck and found that those they believed to be friends, weren’t there when they needed them most. Although this story can be read as a standalone, to get the full enjoyment of this story, I recommend reading the Badge of Honor series in order, starting with Justice for Mackenzie.
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