- File Size: 2352 KB
- Print Length: 170 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Teresa J. Reasor; 1 edition (March 15, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 15, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01ND17K5Q
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #303,309 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Breaking Point: A SEAL Team Heartbreakers Novella Kindle Edition
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Langley Marks was part Hawk's team in 2010 when everything hit the fan but was unable to actually go on the mission due to injuring his foot right beforehand. In each book in this series I like how we get that characters POV of the events that happened on that day. Langley was forced to just monitoring the mission from the communication shed all while feeling helpless when things went south.
Langley and Trish Marks have been the staple couple throughout the series. They've been married 15 years and have 3 kids. Through out the other books their house has been where many get togethers were held. Trish was always the first to help the new girlfriends/wives of the team to get settled. Along with an already full load of responsibilities, Trish also works full time as a social worker. From the outside looking in Langley and Trish look like the perfect couple.
Trish knew what she signed up for when she married a Navy SEAL and she has always tried to be the good military wife who supports her husband and doesnt add to his stress by complaining about the amount of time he is gone. But after years of having to deal with some heavy emotional issues along with raising 3 kids practically alone, one of whom is now an angry teenager, plus her casework doubling she's reached a breaking point. When a home welfare check goes bad and she is shot we get both her and Langley's view of the past 15 years of the up and downs of their marriage in flashbacks as she lies in a hospital bed fighting for her life.
Another emotional story in a great series about a team of great men and the women who love and support them even when sometimes that cross gets a little heavy to bare..
Because we always want good things to last.
And that story, like every one of Mrs Reasor are good.
I love this série.
Trish and Langley were the "old" stable couple of the team, 15 years. Which for SEALs it is quite a victory. And we always had a pick of them in each of the books in the série. They were making me think that everything was perfect and peachy.
But as I realized with this author, she always hides things in plain sight... and it's were she decides for us to take a good look at it that we can see the cracks and details that create an awesome story about very interesting and deep characters.
And this one wasn't lacking. We got in the difficulties existing in each married couples, with children and life getting in between, but when there is one who is missing most of the year on deployment things get sometimes even more tough.
I enjoy to have the intake of children, not toddler or babies, but actual children and teen, because it had even more pressure when children become their own little person.
Backstory is still on, I'm still suspecting that Strongman wasnt really the one who smashed Cutter's head and if someone else is guilty... the only one left after all is... Bowie???! No!
Don't let the word novella fool you. While this story is light on words, it's heavy on message and great characters. Trish is a dutiful Navy SEAL wife, perfect mother and keeps the family together while her SEAL Langley is away on deployments. All this while working a demanding full time job herself. She becomes tired, resentful and her world seems to come crashing down when one of her kids starts acting out.
Langley is the perfect husband. He has two sets of vows to uphold - those he swore to his wife and the ones to the Navy and his Country.
This story gave such a wonderful look into the life of a SEAL. They have families, they love their kids - they just happen to have jobs which require them to be gone more than they are home - and God forbid, some of the things they encounter while on deployment are horrific. Balancing that into a 'normal' life and marriage is tough and takes determination.
I immediately connected with Trish and felt for her. I felt the same with Langley and was rooting for them to work things out. Just when they were at that fork in the road, something horrific happened. I won't give spoilers, but will say that sometimes you have to go through hell to get to heaven and appreciate what you have and what you could lose in a heartbeat.....