From the dusty plains of Afghanistan to the sleek corridors of the New York Times, journalist MJ Buckman seeks the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. What she doesn’t expect to find is a man who’s her complete opposite … and fits her perfectly.
Marine Sergeant Jackson Connor knows that relationships don’t work for men in the military. He’s living proof of that. But when a steely-eyed temptress in a flak jacket, who carries her moral cause in front of her, crosses his path, he’s furious, curious, and all kinds of in-lust.
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A grown-up love story about two people who aren’t looking for love, but realize how precious it is when they find it. They don’t play games and there are no stupid misunderstandings, just life standing in their way.
Can they compromise? And what does that look like in a modern relationship between two driven people?
Assignment Vs deployment.
They’re always traveling in different directions. What relationship can survive that?
|Publisher:||Harvey Berrick Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – A Bad Start
Chapter 2 – A Rocky Road
Chapter 3 – A New Road
Chapter 4 – An Old Friend
Chapter 5 – A Long Way From Home
Chapter 6 – Communication Failure
Chapter 7 – A Road Divides
Chapter 8 – Footsteps in Quicksand
Chapter 9 – A New Path
Chapter 10 – Laughing at Fate
Chapter 11 – Miles To Go Before I Sleep
Chapter 12 – A Rock and a Hard Place
Chapter 13 – Hope and Hopelessness
Chapter 14 – La Rue Désolée
Chapter 15 – City of Peace, Bay of Troubles
Chapter 16 – Trial By Fire
Chapter 17 – The Road Home
Chapter 18 – Reboot
Chapter 19 – Stop All The Clocks
Chapter 20 – The One In white
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I have been reading for a long time and I always look forward to finding new authors; I have found an author that I plan to read more of with Ms. Harvey-Berrick. Now that I am older, I like to read books where the characters are around my age and I can relate to them. In Battle Scars, I could relate to Jackson, my husband is retired Air Force, so I understand the feelings and concerns that both Jack and MJ have with deployments. I highly recommend this book and the author.