Riley Callahan's plans to reveal his secret feelings for his best friend are derailed when his life is drastically altered in Afghanistan.
Watching the love of his life fall for his brother was enough to send Riley straight to boot camp. But over a year later, he's officially a marine, and Beau and Paige are no longer an item. When Riley's tour in Afghanistan is up, he intends to confess his feelings to Paige and win his best friend's heart once and for all.
But all that changes when an IED takes the life of a comrade and leaves Riley an amputee. Now he's heading home, injured and troubled. His plans to win Paige are a distant dream. She deserves so much more than the man who's left. All he can do now is put some healthy distance between them. But upon his return, he discovers his family has arranged for him to stay with Paige.
Paige is a nurturer at heart and happy to take care of her best buddy. By all appearances Riley is adjusting miraculously well to his disability. But as the days pass, Paige begins to see that the smiles and laughter are just a mask for the pain he's hiding. To make matters worse, her job is in serious jeopardy. The animal shelter that she's poured her heart into has lost its funding, and she has three months to come up with the money needed to save it.
As the weeks wear on, Paige's feelings for Riley begin to shift into uncharted territory. Why is she suddenly noticing his arm muscles and the way his lips curl at the corners? Will she be able to deny her feelings for another Callahan brother? And will Riley let his heart heal so he can let Paige in?
©2016 Denise Hunter (P)2016 Thomas Nelson Publishers
"A great finish to what was a captivating series."
Really enjoyed the third book in the series, no I have finished it it is sad to say goodbye to these characters. I was a bit disappointed however that the narrator changed for the third and final book, due to getting used to the previous narrator in the last two books, was a bit disappointed by the narration in this one. She did a good job but don't think she brought the characters to life in the same way as was done in the previous two books. However did not take my enjoyment aware of the book itself and still deserves a five star. This is an offer I will definitely be reading more of.
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