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    Second Chance At Love

    Colten and Rachel have been friends since they were young but he has always watched her with more than friendship in his heart as she struggles to cope with her father running out, her mothers addicitons and even as she begins to date his own brother. She watches him through the years as he suffers abuse at the hands of his father, the loss of his Mother, the turmoil of his drug addicted brother and as he leaves to serve in the forces over seas. Six years previous to the start of the book their friendship escalates in to one crazy passion filled night, only for Rachel to wake the next morning to an empty bed. The consequences of which reach far and wide for her and Colt for many years to come. I liked Rachel, a lot. She had a good head on her shoulders and both feet planted very firmly on the ground. Having had a difficult childhood after being abandoned by her father and having an addict for a mother she could quite easily of been a wreck but knowing that she has a five year old son to be a mother to she spends her life pulling her socks up and knuckling down, determined to be more to him than she ever received from her own parents. This is the kind of woman who is working two jobs to earn enough money to provide for them both and who refuses to look to anyone else on earth to help support them in any way other than kindness and friendship and it's impossible not to admire her Colt could be a little harder to click with. He is very closed off and shut down for a large majority of the book. He had an awful upbringing, from his fathers vicious and constant abuse to his mothers awful suicide my heart ached for him as I read more of his back story. He has a pain staking ability to bottle up and hold on to every emotion and feeling almost always coming across as made of stone so it was fun to read as he tries to bond with his newly discovered son and the woman he ran out on six years previous while trying to learn to be a more open and accepting person. This book covers an absolute abundance of emotional and physical abuses and issues between not only Rachel and Colt but also the third party characters and each and every topic is handled with complete respect and sensitivity. If I could change one thing about this book then I would wish for it to have a little more dialogue between Rachel and Colt but this was still an absolute joy to read. There is plenty of action, drama, life lessons and sexual tension to keep you hooked from beginning to end. It is the perfect tale of forgiveness, second chances and of learning to let go of our pasts to be able to have a future. I will definitely be looking for more from J.M. Stewart in the future. I was very kindly provided with an ARC of Her Soldier's Touch by the author to read and review.
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