Broken Shield [NOOK Book]

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Tyler Jackson, former paramedic now firefighter, has seen her share of death up close. The death of her wife caused Tyler to rethink her career choices, but the death of her mother two weeks later cemented her return to the ranks of firefighter. Her path of self-destruction and womanizing is just a front to hide the heartbreak and devastation she lives with every day. Tyler’s given up on finding love and having the family she’s always wanted. ...
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Broken Shield

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Overview

Tyler Jackson, former paramedic now firefighter, has seen her share of death up close. The death of her wife caused Tyler to rethink her career choices, but the death of her mother two weeks later cemented her return to the ranks of firefighter. Her path of self-destruction and womanizing is just a front to hide the heartbreak and devastation she lives with every day. Tyler’s given up on finding love and having the family she’s always wanted. When tragedy strikes her life for a second time she finds something she thought she lost.

Ashley Henderson loves her job. Ignoring her mother’s advice, she opts for a career in law enforcement. But, Ashley hides a secret that soon turns her life upside down. Shame, guilt and fear keep Ashley from venturing forward and finding the love she so desperately craves. Her life comes crashing down around her in one swift moment forcing her to come clean about her secrets and her life.

Can two women thrust together by one traumatic event survive and find love together, or will their past force them apart?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013296701
  • Publisher: Sapphire Books Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/14/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 319,864
  • File size: 827 KB

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  • Posted September 10, 2012

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    OK, but it could be better

    This is an example of a book that is damaged by a lack of good editing. There are a large number of mistakes in spelling and grammar, which many readers find distracting and serious enough that they will stop reading books and may not read more by an author. While the overall pacing of the book is acceptable, some parts have unacceptable timelines. Some parts just aren’t realistic. The women are seriously injured and can hardly move, but that doesn’t keep them from having sex. A good editor should be able to eliminate these problems.

    The book addresses some important issues. There is the grief that a spouse can become stuck in after a partner dies. Tyler shows how self-destructive a life can become. Ashley’s story is about spousal abuse and its ramifications. This is a topic that isn’t covered enough in literature, but this one has a special aspect since a police officer is involved. Either of these could have been explored more and made Broken Shield a more significant book. What happens to Ashley could have been a story by itself and raised important questions with the reader. Unfortunately, these opportunities were sacrificed to a routine romance.

    Isabella has shown that she knows how to create a good story to hold the reader’s attention. It would be nice to see her turn her work into something with more depth, especially if she’s going to pick important topics. Anyone looking for a book that provides some entertainment will find this suitable. It was a story with potential that was unfulfilled though.

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    Posted November 21, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2013

    One Hot Number

    This book demostrates that the lesbian romance book can be just as good as standard fair. It hits all the targets. well paced and ploted romance. a woman in danger from a mad man. and of cource very well writen love seens.
    The only con i can see to this book is the lack of a plot twist. it's all fairly strait forward, but in a romance thats just fine. To top it off the main characters are only slightly to good to be true.
    A good read worth the time and money!

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    Posted November 19, 2011

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