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  • Posted January 14, 2012

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    If you enjoy good heros

    Let me start by thanking Mrs. Stevens for creating a hero who is so beautifully written and poignant in todays times when we see so many men and women who are returning home after serving in battle and experiencing PTSD. Mrs. Stevens reminds us that even our heros need help occasionally, and not all scars are visible…

    I admit that I enjoy a book better when I fall a little in love with the hero. Trevor Wyatt is that type of man, one you sigh over while simultaneously wishing you could smack him on the head to get his attention. An Army Captain who returns to his small hometown on leave for his brothers wedding, he his forced to work cooperatively with his former fiancée, Megan with the preparations. Trevor realizes what he pushed out of his life when he returned from Afghanistan bitter and angry about life, and suffering from the guilt that he returned when others under his command did not, yet he is not ready to accept that Megan has moved on with her life.

    Megan Asher is a successful attorney who lives and works in Wyattsvile. She loves her job, her town, her friends, and is still in love with Trevor. Megan’s only condition for any reconciliation with Trevor is that he gets help to deal with his PTSD. She and Trevor are forced to work together for the wedding, and she devises a plan to help Trevor battle his ghosts and guilt, she just needs to give up some of her own control to succeed.

    If you are looking for a good story with a well-written hero, then look no farther, you really should add this to your to be read list!

    This story contains scenes with light bondage and spanking,

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 11, 2013

    Fantastic!

    Read this entire series -- you will not regret it!!

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