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    Gentle romance

    Thank you Dale Mayer for yet another heartwarming story in the Hathaway House series, this is book number seven but the series loses none of it's impetus. Gregory Parkin, a navy SEAL, is admitted to Hathaway House Rehab Centre after being badly injured in a bomb blast whilst on a mission, he thinks that he is past needing another rehab centre but he wanted to go to Hathaway House after discovering that Meredith Anderson was working there as a nurse. Meredith and Gregory had a fast, torrid relationship five years earlier which sadly ended when he refused to leave the navy and she couldn't live with the thought of him being in danger. Gregory quickly learned that his recovery wasn't as far advanced as he had thought and he was quickly brought to rock bottom before he could start to claw his way back up. Meredith was heartbroken watching him struggle but neither of them were willing to face the elephant in the room..... their previous relationship and their current feelings. This is another gentle romance highlighting the highs and lows of relationships and the need to communicate, it also highlights the sacrifices made by the brave military personnel. All the lovely characters from the previous books are there and although this is one of a series it can be read as a standalone , I can highly recommend it. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Gregory: A Hathaway House

    I am really enjoying this series . It deals with the issues of physical disabilities and the mental issues that go with them. This is a love story in the waiting with two people with unresolved feelings and putting all these issues together and dealing. Heartwarming!!
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    Gregory

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout and I am voluntarily reviewing it. I adore this series. Each book is about a strong alpha warrior who was brought to his knee during conflict and is facing the battle of a lifetime. Enduring the pain of rebuilding his body and soul at Hathaway House. This story is one that just touches the soul. Gregory is a SEAL who was injured in battle. After various different treatments and therapy, he goes to Hathaway House as his former love, Meredith Anderson is a nurse there. They parted five years ago as Meredith didn't want Gregory to leave her for the Navy. These two have an emotional road to haul to get to their HEA. Both have to face their part in their break-up. Meredith also has the additional burden of seeing the man she once loved and still does, go through the journey of healing his broken body. There were so many great sections in this book that I had to re-read them over and over. This book is such a emotional roller-coaster. You will go on a high and then plunge into a low with the characters. Having this book written in a dual POV format really helps to make these two more human. This is a sweet, clean second chance romance that I would highly recommend to anyone.
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    Beautiful Read

    People come to Hathaway House for a variety of reasons but essentially to heal. Gregory is no different however he sees his old girlfriend is a nurse there and finds an added incentive to get a place. This is a beautifully written story full of content and empathy and one I thoroughly enjoyed.
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    Shooting for a "Two-Fer"

    Not only did Gregory know from his friends that Hathaway House would be the best place for his recovery, but also that it would give him an opportunity to perhaps reconnect with his lost love--Hathaway House staff member Melanie Anderson. Five years ago, after three weeks of dating, each knew the other was “the one.” However, each of them also had differing ideas of what the other was willing to do to keep the relationship going. Long story short, each immediately regretted the disagreement that split them up, but Gregory had already left for his mission and then was severely injured and out of commission for a couple of years. When Melanie sees his file as an incoming patient, to whom she is assigned as primary care nurse, she is shocked by the extent of his injuries. After several surgeries and physical therapy, Gregory believes he is ready for serious rehab. Confident of success at Hathaway House and in reuniting with Melanie, he quickly realizes the challenge he is facing. Not only is the physiotherapy there much more vigorous than he’s been used to, but nurse staffing is short with two of Melanie’s colleagues off-site for a couple of weeks. She is working long shifts to meet the heavier workload. With neither time nor energy, it’s going to be a tough road for both of them. The Hathaway House series is an emotional journey with strong people facing big challenges. Always gives me strength to see what they accomplish and hope that I will be up to meeting my own challenges the way they do. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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