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    Elliot: Hathaway House

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout and I am voluntarily reviewing it. This was a fabulous addition to the series. I love reading about these wounded warriors who in their time of time of healing find the love of their lives. This story is no different. Former Navy SEAL Elliot Carver has suffered horrific back injuries that make it difficult to sleep. Plus he suffers from PTSD nightmares about the incident that injured him and killed his friend. Sicily Lawrence is a former ER nurse who works the 3rd shift at Hathaway House. She escaped her life in Detroit and the harried pace in the ER for the much simpler life at Hathaway in Texas. After working 5 years there on the 3rd shift, she encounters Elliot. Between his muscle spams and nightmares keeping him awake at night, the two become more friends than patient and nurse. Elliot and Sicily have a journey in front of them that was wonderful to read. There were some really great and poignant moments between these two. I enjoyed the dual POV format that this was written in. I really felt drawn to Elliot as I was reading his inner most thoughts. This is a sweet, clean romance about an injured war veteran and a deeply compassionate, heart-of-gold nurse. Prior characters make appearance in this story and while it can be a stand-alone, I would recommend reading the prior stories. They are all wonderful just like this one.
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    Overcoming

    In Elliott, Book 5 of the Hathaway House series, we experience what can happen when the physical healing can be impeded by fears still embedded in the mind. Elliot’s need for sleep when his thoughts just won’t take a break makes it difficult for him to unearth and process buried fears that date not only back to his current physical condition, but also to a trauma he experienced as a child. When a new therapy meant to be a fun diversion for some patients brings to the forefront Elliot’s childhood memory, he is forced to finally face it after almost losing an important relationship because of it. While he still feels it, he is able to find a first step to recognizing his fear and then to share it, opening an avenue to work through his emotional issues and complement the work he has done and will continue to do to be completely healed.
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    A great read and I am excited to read more

    I am loving this series so much and the paperbacks are looking so pretty on my bookshelf. As always an excellent book. I loved Elliot and I could just feel his pain and turmoil rolling off the page as I turned each one to find out what happened next. This series is about a ranch owned by a father and daughter. Dani and The major after the Major has some health worries and wanted to help others. We have seen 4 strong, capable but broken men find the life and live they need whilst overcoming their injuries and mental health. Sicily is a night nurse at Hathaway and is enjoying the work but feels a real bond to Elliot whom she feels is alone and needs friends. As time passes and their relationship moves forward it’s clear that Elliott needs to look at the past to have a happy future. Will Elliot be able to face his fears???? Will Sicily be able to move forward despite what others are saying???? This was an awesome read and you could just feel Elliot’s pain radiating from the pages as well as Sicily’s emotions. I am so looking forward to Finns story.
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    Another Great Story!

    A low key, but very enjoyable story in the Hathaway House! This story focuses on recognizing and dealing with a person’s fears and insecurities along with the healing and emotional support that is needed. It has a subtle way of helping people cope with all sorts of struggles without judgment or criticism. I was interested in the different ways Elliott’s therapists treated his symptoms and pain as well as his insomnia. Their unique way to help without damaging a person’s trust or sense of well-being keeps the patients progressing in their recovery. Elliott has obstacles to overcome and Sicily is always ready to help. I felt a lot of joy for Elliott when he decides to get closer to the horses that are brought in for therapy and his relief at this small accomplishment. I found that if you see this in terms of the deep-seated fear some people have of horses, just getting close to one can be overwhelming and given the encouragement Elliott is given, he makes major strides in his overall recovery. Sicily and Elliott have a slow but steady bond growing between them. Each recognizes that they are ready for major changes in their lives and are eager to see what the future holds. This is an amazing story that is a very sincere adventure of trust and hope. I can’t wait for the next book in this series! I loved it!
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    Love this book and Love this Series

    This book was another awesome book in the Hathaway House Series. I loved the story line and how the characters interact with each other. I love how Dale has written a different story for each of the characters in the series. The way the characters are explained makes this series seem like it could be a place that is real that Dale is writing about. The trials and tribulations the characters go through and face are so real and the way the characters face their "demons" is so lifelike. I love how the series is based on war vets and that they are well taken care of in the books, unlike a lot of them in real life. Makes you stop and wonder why we don't do more for our vets. The stories that are told in these books seem like they are written from real life characters and I love each and every one! If you like a book that has trials, tribulations, a bit of romance and a lot of extra love given to our vets, then this is a book for you. Thanks Dale for another awesome book in this series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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