When Jamie married Brad, she was well aware of what it meant to marry a soldier - she was marrying into the army. The long and frequent deployments were something their family faced together. New orders meant more than a new base. They meant a new community, new schools, a new home, and new friends. Brad's latest assignment promised a grueling deployment schedule to some of the most dangerous places a soldier could be sent. One thing was certain: The anxiety and stress would be nearly unbearable for Jamie and the kids. They knew it was best to move the family back to Brad's hometown. On Éveiller Drive, Jamie found more than a home; she found friends that welcomed her and gave her the support she needed.
One day Brad's messages home mysteriously stop. The lack of communication sends Jamie into a panic like never before. Convinced something is terribly wrong, Jamie turns to her friends for much-needed comfort. When Brad finally makes contact, something has changed. Only Jamie has no idea of the effect combat has had on her husband. It very well could mean the end of their marriage. With the help of the women of Éveiller Drive, Brad may be able to finally come home.
©2015 Melanie James (P)2015 Melanie James
Yes after book 3, I was anxious to listen to Jamie's story and it did not disappoint. In story 3 Jamie showed she was fun and exciting and I was so ready to hear her story!!!
His surprise homecoming! When she walks to the front door and there he is!
Again his homecoming. I can only imagine how military wives feel after missing their hubby's for so long!!!
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Yes. Hollie Jackson brings the characters to life and I find it much more enjoyable than reading on my own.
All of the books in this series. Each is different in their own way, but wonderful to see married couple working together to fix their relationships
Hollie Jackson does a great job with all the characters, but my favorite was Jamie.
This book was definitely my favorite in the series. It was a very touching story. I can't wait to read the last book in the series.
This one has to be my favorite story. I tear up a little. Brad is a way on deployment and Jamie is missing him like crazy! Brad is able to come home but has a secret that he has been keeping. Will they be able to get back to each other?
I've always had a soft spot for "military" stories and this was no exception. Brad was injured by an IED and hasn't told his wife and family until he gets home. Jamie and Brad have a lot to discuss. Loved it from beginning to end.
Yes, because it was a story that touches your heart and soul. You feel for Jamie and Brad and what they both have gone through.
I really loved this story because it touched upon some very real concerns that men and women in the armed forces, their families and friends deal with on an everyday basis.
I love the way she portrays the characters in the book and her voice overs help me visualize each character and their uniqueness!
It made me cry and imagine if I were in Jaime's place how I would feel. It's not just about the joy of being reunited but what happens to a soldier like Brad who is coming home after being severely injured and scared both inside and out. How their experience with combat changes the person they once were. The fears both sides experience.
I absolutely love this series how each couple and their issues are what everyday couples experience and you can relate to them.
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Yes , Well I would recommend it to my friends because like me they love a good sexy romance book. This book also has a wounded veteran which tugs on your heart strings.
All the books in the Éveiller Drive series do. They are all about couples who have lost that spark in their marriage and do whatever it takes to get it back
When Brad shocks his mother by being at her home after having thought something bad happened in Kabul.
I did actually. I was in tears hearing of Brad's loss while stationed in Afghanistan and his struggle to get healthy enough to return to Jamie and his family.
The narrator rocks this story. She puts so much emotion into each character making the story come to life .
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