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    Great book

    Hathaway House is a place that you want to visit again and again, Although this is a standalone story a lot is to be gained from reading the previous books. Hathaway House is a unique place where military veterans with life changing injuries come to regain their lives, the treatment is holistic and is administered by teams of medics, physios, psychologists etc who work together to enhance the healing process. Denton has major injuries but he knows that waiting for him at Hathaway House are his two best friends who are already on their way to recovery. Brock and Cole have both met and fallen in love with girls who work at the centre and Denton was truly happy for them but he did worry that this would change the dynamics of their friendship. Denton met Hanna, an administrative assistant, and they became special friends, during one of their chats Hannah plants the seed that he may be relying too much on Brock and Cole and he begins to worry that he may not be capable of standing on his own two feet without the help of his friends who have always been there for support. Hannah, on the other hand has difficulty making friends and they set out to help each other.This could go pear shaped when Hannah realises to her dismay that Denton is distancing himself from his friends and this isn't what she wanted. This is a very heartwarming story, it shows the love and respect that the military teams have for one another and the selfless devotion of the Hathaway House staff. There is gentle romance but no sex and violence, just a cosy, warm glow, another triumph for Dale Mayer. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Denton

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout and I also purchased a copy. I just adore the Hathaway House series. It is a place where (at least for this series so far) that our heroes go to seek further rehabilitation than the VA hospitals can provide. Denton is a wounded warrior who joined Hathaway where he two best buddies are at with the help of a benefactor. Hannah works at Hathaway as Dani's assistant. She is basically a loner and is feeling the effects of being alone after meeting Denton. Seeing him with his two friends has her thinking that she may be deficient in some way as she doesn't have any life long friends. I loved having the dual POV format. This really helps me to connect with the characters and really understand them better. It almost humanizes them to me. If you adore sweet, clean romance, then I highly recommend this one to you.
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    Lovely Read

    Hathaway House seems like the perfect place if you need to recuperate from serious injuries and Denton is very relieved when he manages to get one of the very sort after places. He finds Hannah, who is assistant to Dani the part owner and manager, and is instantly attracted to her. How their relationship develops is written with great skill and empathy and makes for a lovely book and one I thoroughly enjoyed.
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    Supporting

    Of the SEALs we’ve already met at Hathaway House, Denton seems the most in touch with his inner self. Close friends since SEALs training, Brock and Cole were already there when he arrived, and he is thrilled to reunite with them and get their advice and support for success in his recovery program. His physical challenges, though, are more complicated than theirs. In addition to missing back and calf muscles and a bottom rib, he has also lost part of his stomach, so he deals with food sensitivities and blood sugar issues as well. As Dani’s recently-hired assistant, Hannah has been a huge help with paperwork and orienting new patients. She was instrumental in helping Denton get settled in, providing information on the place, how the teams work, and where to find his schedule on the tablet provided to him. Brock’s and Cole’s support were very important to him in getting through the rigors of SEAL training and their bond remains strong. He values their experiences for successful recovery in setting goals for his own, and Hannah questions the wisdom of Denton’s reliance on his friends. Her own experience have been to rely on herself pretty much exclusively, with the result being that she feels unsuccessful in making close friends, even within her group of Hathaway House coworkers. Should she try to convince Denton to become more independent by distancing himself from his friends? Or, will Denton convince Hannah that having supportive, caring friendships is not as difficult as she thinks? What do you think? I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    I am loving this series

    I am so in love with series. It has all he marks of a fantastic read with a gritty storyline, great characters and a will it or won’t it ending. Hannah works on the reception but is a jack of all trades within Hathaway house. She greats the newest resident, Denton, and because of his friendship with Cole and Brock it makes Hannah reevaluate her lack of friends. So between the they have a deal, Denton has to be independent without his friends and Hannah needs to make friend connections. When lines are crossed and Hannah feels guilty it’s not a four gone conclusion that it will have a HEA. I loved straight talking Denton but I did feel sorry for Hannah when she couldn’t interpret what Denton said. A great book and I am looking forward to Elliot’s book
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