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    Timing

    Cole’s first stay at Hathaway House had shown great promise but ended in disaster when he found himself back in a city hospital suffering from exhaustion, the consequences of having intentionally stopped taking his meds, and the indications of PTSD that he refused to acknowledge or discuss. Just as Brock (Book 2) had thought his recovery needed to compete with Aaron’s (Book 1), so had Cole tried to emulate Brock’s recovery. Sandra, the nurse whose job it was to dispense meds, blamed herself for not seeing what Cole had been doing or not doing. The consequences of those mistakes brought them both up short. Cole knew he was lucky to get a second chance and vowed to be more careful and listen to his therapy team, while Sandra’s attempts to help him get back on track seemed to be not enough. Each had taken a step back when they saw the results of their earlier mistakes, feeling afraid to repeat them and hesitant to move forward. Together they would have to acknowledge their mistakes, forgive themselves, and overcome distrust for their own future decisions. It was time. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Another fantastic story about Hathaway House

    Cole is the main character in book three, and he almost torpedoes his chance at Hathaway House. The amount of research Dale Mayer does for her books must be intense and time consuming. I’m reading the book and it hits me.. Holy cadoodles.. There is so much research that must be involved in a book like this. But, I digress.. hahahaha. The book is incredible. I finished book two and dove right into book three. More time spent with the members of Hathaway House, and with the introductions to more staff members. This time a Nurse is added into the mix. Cole finally realizes how his actions have affected other people. A bitter pill to swallow (no pun intended), and has to work through that along with his recovery. I’m hooked on this series, and can’t wait to see what happens in the upcoming books. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Cole: Second Chances and More

    Cody is back at Hathaway House. His second chance. His first chance did not go so well and he ended up back in the hospital. Too much, too soon, too . . . . Now Cody returns to heal, to strengthen, and to build. Sandra and the other staff members of Hathoway House are watching over Cody. Sandra, one of the nurses holds herself responsible for Cody's first fall. Cody also holds himself responsible. Healing is slow but something from Cody's past is holding it up. A great tale for all ages. Wounded warriors, wounded animals, working together and building relationships. Bravo! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    A sweet romance

    Book three at Hathaway house sees us with Cole. A friend of Brock's but with a bigger recovery on his hands. In the beginning he has a set back but he wasn’t expecting Sandra, an RN who feels responsible about his setback. As they become friends, it’s evident that Cole has more be needs to share before he can make anymore steps. Lots of misunderstanding and it was so great for his friend to step up with some advice for him. Could this be another relationship in the making????? As usual a great read from cover to cover. I love this series. It has non of the heat of the other books but it doesn’t detract from the story and the problems wounded men and women may face everyday with either in or out of the military.
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    Gentle romance

    This is the third book in the Hatherway house series and although you would gain more enjoyment from starting at the beginning this can be read as a standalone, The author cleverly incorporates old friends from previous series whilst introducing new ones that we come to love. Cole was admitted to Hatherway House to be rehabilitated after losing part of a leg and acquiring other injuries in a land mine accident whilst on a mission. He was keen to be transferred to the sanctuary having heard how well his friend Brock had improved there. He was only there for a short while when he collapsed and had to be readmitted to hospital. Cole thought that he knew what his body needed and that wasn't drugs, unbeknown to everyone he had omitted taking the prescribed drugs when Sandra, his nurse, dispensed them. He was thankfully given another chance and when back at the sanctuary he took all the advice given from his team and Brock and he started on a very bumpy road to recovery. He had a lot of guilt that Sandra was blamed for his omitting his medication and that was impeding his progress. After a long hard struggle and glitches along the way Cole began to improve and a gentle romance grew with him and his nurse. This is not an action packed story but one of the struggles both mental and physical that injured military personnel face, their injuries are life changing because most of them have only ever known the confines of military life. Dale Mayer has covered this in a very sympathetic way, her research shows through when you see the depth of the mental anguish. A lovely feelgood book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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