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    An enjoyable romantic read

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. This is my voluntary and honest review. Make Me Whole is a heartwarming love story. Jamie's experiences in Darfur were really horrendous and after she is rescued, the road to recovery is long and hard. When her friend and physical therapist sends her to stay at her family home so that her brother Cole, can take her treatment further, Jamie finds herself entering a whole new dimension. I loved the immediate attraction between Jamie and Cole and the fact that they could relate to each other on an emotional and physical level. I felt the plot got a little lost in the middle as the language and bedroom relationship between Cole and Jamie did not enhance the story line. I did however, love the whole Callaway family. Kathy Callaway, mother and sounding board to her hoard to boisterous sons, is a gem and the sort of mother anyone would want. Although the brothers and their sister give each other a hard time, they are also close and it's something one doesn't always see. Of course there had to be a Sandy in the story, the proverbial fly in the ointment, but thankfully she gets her comeuppance. This was a fairly lighthearted read and the issues of PTSD weren't dealt with too deeply, although they were referred to. Life in the Callaway household is warm and generous and one looks forward to reading the stories of the other family members that are hinted at.

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