Wolfsbane, A Romance [NOOK Book]

Overview

It seems to be a simple flight to a private airfield in Ohio. The flight, however, is about to change K.C. Graham's life. Forever.

This romantic thriller is a sweeping tale of Kevin Charles Graham, a modest hero of the Gulf War. He is about to discover the love of his life. He is also about to learn that what happened in his military past, especially an incident involving Navy SEALS, may not be the way he remembered it. The changes begin the ...
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Wolfsbane, A Romance

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Overview

It seems to be a simple flight to a private airfield in Ohio. The flight, however, is about to change K.C. Graham's life. Forever.

This romantic thriller is a sweeping tale of Kevin Charles Graham, a modest hero of the Gulf War. He is about to discover the love of his life. He is also about to learn that what happened in his military past, especially an incident involving Navy SEALS, may not be the way he remembered it. The changes begin the moment he pilots a private jet to Fairfield Hall, the estate of beautiful, sophisticated Elise Litton, heir of the Litton fortune. Graham knows he is out of his depth. In more ways than one. His pursuit of Litton will mean risking everything.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012496478
  • Publisher: Equus Publishing, USA
  • Publication date: 5/10/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 225 KB

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“Brennan’s lean prose and skill at crafting interesting, compelling characters make Wolfsbane, A Romance, the latest offering from this writer, an absorbing read. Hero of the Gulf War K. C. Graham fulfills every romantic impulse. Coupled with a strong hero and the story’s reference to past military actions, Brennan’s vision of what might have happened in the Gulf War makes for a real page-turner.” – Lorraine Colson, eBook editor, Future Book Publishers, Inc.
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  • Posted May 14, 2011

    Strong hero. A good read. Recommend.

    This tale, set in the aftermath of the Gulf War, raises some issues about the problems of psychological trauma from warfare. The story also presents a plausible scenario involving uses of weapons of mass destruction. The historical facts about the war as well as the likeable characters and compelling romance make this tale a good read.

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