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    Stalwart Drake and Sassy Mea finally get their HEA

    Disclaimer: ARC received in exchange for an honest review The third installment in Diana Gardin's Battle Scars series pairs two secondary characters from her previous books, Drake and Mia, who are both desperately in need of and deserving of a happy ending. Man of Honor is darker and grittier than its predecessors, addressing subjects and issues that are sensitive. Drake and Mia have a connection that predates their mutual friends' couplings, but the perceived rift between them is no match for their attraction to each other. Life seems to continuously throw them together, forcing them to acknowledge their similarities. Eventually, they act upon their feelings, trusting each other with their tragic childhood experiences, their damaged hearts, their fears and insecurities. Despite situations and individuals that threaten to separate them, they triumph together, forming a new family, together overcoming anything that challenges their happily ever after. This is an excellent installment in the Battle Scars series. It tugs at readers' heartstrings. The relationship between Drake and Mia is intense and passionate; the love and loyalty these two have for each other is illustrated over and over and the way they protect each other and sacrifice for each other bonds them so deeply and makes them absolutely unforgettable to the reader. Furthermore, their happily ever after is so earned and is made sweeter by the trials and tribulations they endured to reach it. Gardin is a gifted and brilliant author. She expertly crafts strong, fierce females, and treats her military men with care and dignity, portraying their civilian life struggles realistically and respectfully. I highly recommend Man of Honor and the whole Battle Scars series -- the lovely and talented Gardin never disappoints.
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