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    Awesome

    Another awesome read in this series!! I love this author's writing style and super sexy storytelling! In this book we have Lena, who have 2 tours in Afghanistan is having serious trouble dealing with every day life. As long as she keeps to herself and has her companion dog, she can get through the day. Who would ever believe the one person who could help her reclaim some form of normal would be self proclaimed commitment phobe Chad Summers! Theirs is a wonderful story that you don't want to miss. I highly recommend it!
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    A six star book.

    If only there were six stars--this one would rate it. I became a huge fan of Ms Stone's work with her first Independence Falls story. We all hear about PTSD with returning soldiers. Usually men. Ms Stone gives us the female side of this debilitating affliction. Lena is fighting her way back with the help of her service dog hero (who is a hero and impossible not to adore) and by distancing herself from family and friends whose pressure for a heal-date makes it worse. In Independence Falls she has support and friends who understand and suffer as well. Chad is the epitome of the words to a country song, "I may be a bad boy but I'm a real good man." In this case bad boy has been bad with too many of the small town female population and he has to clean up his act or forfeit his dream career. Who would have thought the town one-nighter would be the one man who could give Lena the understanding others could not. He certainly wouldn't have believed it. But a deal to benefit them both brings them more than either planned. Chad the charmer gives her space, romance, laughter and friendship. Lena shows Chad what real strength is and hero does not have a gender. There is a shower scene that will amaze you--and it's not what you think. However, there is plenty of steam. I dare you to read this and not fall for both of them. This book has emotion and romance. Don't miss it.
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