Suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Alex returned home from Iraq with tons of baggage. Though he'd been warned transitioning back to civilian life wouldn't be easy, he had no idea had difficult it could really be...
Jasalyn was grateful to Alex for saving her brother's life in Iraq and made it her personal mission to try and heal the broken soldier. What she hadn't counted on was his racist father and the demons Alex fought daily inside his own head.
Will Jasalyn be able to save the shattered soldier and find love for herself in the process?
©2013 Leona Jackson (P)2013 Pink Lotus Publishing, Inc.
I'm guessing young author with limited experience. This could have been a 10th grade creative writing assignment.
Narration was also bad. No variation in characters or gender. And she pronounced "ask/s" as "ax". Drove me crazy.
too many audio books, not enough time!
Enjoyed this story very much, will get more from this author. The portrayal of the emotionally wounded warrior had me in tears. unexpected bandage twist.
I used to whistle while I worked. Now I read a book!
A very Short, but sweet love story.
Alex served with Jasalyn's brother in Iraq. He returns physically intact, but with PSDS. She picks him up at the airport, there's instant chemistry. But due to his emotional state, and the fact that his father is a blatant bigot, he's hesitant to pursue her.
I must have blinked. But I have no idea how everything was OVERCOME but they fall in love and get married. the End.
Oh Well. I never like to give the whole story away. But for $2.99 you ether will buy it or you won't. It's basically a pleasant time waster.
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