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A Battle Raging
     

A Battle Raging

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by Sharon Cullars
 

Zach Yarborough is a former marine who was wounded in Afghanistan four years ago and is now a paraplegic. To combat his PTSD, he takes an art class with the beautiful Maya Temple. Of course he manages to piss her off the very first day by drawing a nude sketch of her. As both fight a growing attraction, Zach proves that he is capable of sexually satisfying her

Overview

Zach Yarborough is a former marine who was wounded in Afghanistan four years ago and is now a paraplegic. To combat his PTSD, he takes an art class with the beautiful Maya Temple. Of course he manages to piss her off the very first day by drawing a nude sketch of her. As both fight a growing attraction, Zach proves that he is capable of sexually satisfying her again...and again...and again.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044641280
Publisher:
Sharon Cullars
Publication date:
07/09/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
260 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Sharon Cullars is an author of paranormal/erotic romance who currently resides in Illinois.

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A Battle Raging 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
indiebrag More than 1 year ago
We are proud to announce that A Battle Raging by Sharon Cullars is a B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
romancenovelsincolor1 More than 1 year ago
                                                                                              Compelling, out of the ordinary and poignant work of Sharon Cullars Compelling. Out of the ordinary. Poignant. Entertaining. Complex. Those are just some of the words which come to mind when I think about Sharon Cullars’ A Battle Raging. As a teacher myself, I could totally identify with the heroine, Maya Temple (seriously, that’s her name), who had to put up with a very difficult, surly art student in the form of the hero, Zachary Yarborough. Zach, a former marine, wasn’t the kind of hero found in the typical romance story because he had to contend with two major obstacles which were a source of much internal and external conflict: he was a paraplegic and he suffered from PTSD. He also had to endure his weekly group therapy sessions, which were led by the very psychiatrist who recommended he take the art classes. Yet, inexplicably, Maya and Zach are drawn to each other. Both have battles raging within and without, and they needed each other to heal. Ms. Cullars cleverly illustrated the emerging romance between the unlikely pair and showed how a wheelchair-bound man, whose spinal injuries were incomplete, could still have a satisfying physical relationship. Even the supporting cast of characters was layered, or three-dimensional, with their own battles raging within them. The right amount of tension and suspense was peppered here and there throughout the story. And the climax was explosive, both literally and metaphorically. Indeed, the conclusion was satisfactory. But it would be remiss of me to fail to mention some of the issues raised in this story: love and family relationships, war and its effects, heroism, attitude towards power and authority, physical and mental well-being, art, nature and beauty, death, and so much more. One could tell Ms. Cullars expended much time and effort on researching the various scenes which were depicted in this wonderfully crafted story. The ugly reality of PTSD, the way in which group therapy sessions are conducted, the intricacies of teaching a group of adult learners, the terms and explanations used when facilitating an art class, and the methods used for creating some fantastic meals as a tribute to a loving mother (check out the recipes at the back of the book), were so realistically portrayed, I wondered if Ms. Cullars was also a psychiatrist, an artist, a teacher, or a chef. And though I’ve never been to Seattle, she gave me a glimpse of its beauty through the eyes of the hero and heroine. What’s more, this story was inundated with a wide range of sensory images: tactile, gustatory, visual, kinesthetic, aural, and olfactory, which added to its appeal. Already, I’ve added some of this author’s other works to my TBR list, and without a shadow of a doubt, I’ll be re-reading A Battle Raging in the not-too-distant future. -Reviewed by Roxy
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great story that has such diversity and a great plot!