When Marine veteran Nash Ware walks into the library where shy librarian Betsy Bobbin works, she's intimidated by the handsome man who wears an eye patch and an attitude. Her car has a flat in a storm, and Nash comes to her rescue. A fight outside a bar between an angry Nash and a drunk frightens Betsy. She's fallen for him, but is it safe to fall in love with a wounded veteran with PTSD? Betsy is torn. Will love and trust win out over her fear before it's too late?
Nash has found the girl of his dreams, but his wounds run deep. His ex-fiancé was repulsed by his eye and his eye patch, and manufactured drama like bees do honey. However, real drama surrounds Betsy when a stalker comes after her sister.
©2016 Debra Parmley (P)2016 Debra Parmley
I love happy endings especially for our military heroes! Good way to pass the time on a trip. Narrator's accent seemed to change a bit while doing the same character, but I still think she did a good job.
Yes it was. While I do wish the author has fleshed out parts of the story for the whole I liked it.
Yes cause I do like this authors writing and I think with every book she will improve as this is the first one I've read of hers
yes as she is a decent narrator but could use some work as I'm not sure if she recorded this is in quiet room as I swear at one point it sounded like a blender was working in the background.
Worth a credit to listen too as the story is a good one
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