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    Laugh out Loud, Feel Good!

    Reece is a wounded veteran, released from captivity, still suffering. Gina is ex military, too; suffering from her time in service for very different reasons. Frim suffering to opening yourself to others and trusting can be a lengthy or impossible process. These "warriors" are helped through the process by Gina's impetuous little girl, Piper! Many laugh out loud, feel good moments inside this military romance; some terribly devastating moments as well. Liked this truthful balance the author brought to tell story. While the characters weren't always likeable, or at times even believable, they made good reading! Voluntarily read ARC for honest review.
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    another good one

    Hers to Heal is another great book in the series. We yet again meet a wounded SEAL who is struggling with PTSD. Gina has enough of her patient quiet Reece so one they she pushes his limit until he starts to taking again. But mouthful Gina doesn’t know that Reece is already attracted to her and it doesn’t take long until attraction escalates between them. There are only two problems, Reeces PTSD and Gina’s past. Great lovely story, with great humor and funny situation, story with action suspension and a really hot sizzling bed action. Worth of read. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    4,5***

    This series is turning out to be a rather epic experience to me with the deeply wounded heroes of the war returning home and trying to heal their bodies and minds from the horrors they have experienced. Both Reece and Gina are broken, so terribly broken inside. Yet they meet as Gina is trying to help to heal the outside wounds that Reece has in him. Gina's wounds are not known, the terrors in her mind are deeply buried for the sake of her daughter. Together they are the perfect fit for each other, if only they learn to make compromises, learn to give room for the other, learn to come over the troubles of their minds. The romance between Reece and Gina is rocky, I didn't expect anything else. There are moments between them that are so sweet, there are moments that just makes you wonder if they ever were meant to be. Reece has learned from his father how to talk to a woman and how to treat one rightly. His sweet words are at times over the top, but I also felt that Gina needed the over the top kind of romance to get over the terrors she had experienced and learn to love and live in a relationship with Reece, thus so perfect for each other. The PTSD, how it is described, the moments of utter panic, the memories from the war, they were so vivid, so clearly painted in my mind by the author that something inside me broke a bit. I am still in tears as I write this because the fate of so many of these brave men and women is the doom of never getting the help they need, there just aren't enough of these places where they can heal with the time they need and with the resources they require. How it effected personally on Gina and Reece both, the moments as they shared their painful, unthinkable lot in life - I can't help but admire how well they both were able to function. There are several sensual sex scenes, that I thought after the first one were not necessarily needed for the plot development, but I also liked that the story continued beyond the initial coming together, and showed the rocky journey they had, and how they had to take time to work on the relationship after their life otherwise calmed down. I had to come to acceptance of the healing powers of the waterfalls in the last book, I dealt with it then and was easier to accept it now. The history of the place was brought in an eerie way, that gave me chills. Piper was the balance of the tale that brought light and joy with just mentioning her name. Her connection to Reece was amazing, it helped to heal some deep wounds inside of him, and speed up the recovery that could have been otherwise impossible. She gave hope to the darkness Reece was living in. There are moments in the story when I was belly laughing out loud either because of the funny moments or the corny things said. There were moments I wasn't sure I will survive the reading because the strong emotional connection I had with the story, and how deeply invested I got in the tale and the characters. The book kept me up late into the night, it is addictive with the constant twists, deep emotions, danger, fear, laughter, and joy. I am hooked on this series, that is for sure, eagerly waiting for more ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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    I was totally enthralled.

    I thoroughly enjoyed this series. I don't usually do reviews but the writer captured me with her words. She made it feel real to me. I have a personal interest in the struggles with PTSD and the brave men that have to deal with it. It seemed honest and compelling. I would recommend it to anyone with compassion for struggling heros.
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    Hers to heal

    Great storyline tooo much graphic sex why do you have to go into so much detail.
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