- File Size: 2375 KB
- Print Length: 150 pages
- Publication Date: May 9, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072273WK3
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #734,508 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Damage Assessment: A Career Soldier Military Romance Kindle Edition
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Injury and dealing with the pain. Tasha is sexy and tough the perfect person to help Derek he just didn't know it. This is a sexy read with lots of heart. I loved this story and adore the series.
I love that Tawdra brought together two damaged people, one is physically damaged while the other is has been mentally damaged through physical abuse. Mac was a victim of an accident while finishing a course for the Army and has allowed himself to sink into a bit of a depression because of it. His commander finally says he shows up for therapy or she starts papers to boot him. Tasha is the therapist he sees when he's finally forced to therapy and she uses some, to him, unconventional methods to relieve his pain (essential oils instead of meds, for example). Mac is surprised at how well it works for him.
Of course, it wouldn't be a love story if they didn't develop an interest in each other. This leads to a dilemma or two, like Tasha being Mac's therapist and Tasha's recovery from a physically abusive marriage.
And, oh, the STEAM!
Tasha O'Hare is trying hard to regain her footing after a disasterous relationship. She's working towards a career as a physical therapist and towards setting new boundaries with her mom.
Tasha's no nonsense take no bull attitude is just what Derek needs. She doesn't put up with his pity parties. She tells him what to do and takes no guff from him. Derek starts doing what Tasha says and starts feeling hopeful for the future. He also starts having feelings for Tasha. but she's gun shy and uncertain she's ready to try again. Not to mention what of her career if she starts seeing a patient?
As they start seeing each other, they realize they want more. But how can they make that happen?
Derek was injured in a parajumping accident and is slow to recover - both physically and mentally. He is dragged - almost kicking and screaming - to physical therapist, Tasha O'Hare.
Although this is a short read - the story jumps a few months along his recovery, so their relationship grows behind-the-scenes as well as on the pages. Both are recovering from their pasts and find solace together.
My favorite part is the porch scene and features Jake from Book #4 (who I have an incredible soft spot for). This is a fun series and although this one deals with some serious issues - it is so enjoyable to share time with this great group of military men and the women who make them better.
I voluntarily read an uncorrected advanced copy of this book.
Derek’s life has been turned upside-down. One simple accident in a training exercise took him from active duty to a guy who can’t even mow his own lawn. He’s pretty much given up on trying most anything to get him back into his old life. Even his friends know that if he misses one more doctor appointment, he’s going to lose his job. They all end up working together to get him there, which is where he meets Tasha.
Tasha has her own set of baggage. She’s come out of an abusive relationship and isn’t eager to be attracted to anyone right now. That doesn’t stop her from being instantly drawn to Derek. Maybe their broken parts just know that they fit together, like puzzle pieces. Whatever the cause, even with the doctor/patient relationship, they are both clearly smitten. If you’re looking for a quick, romantic read, this book will leave you smiling.