- File Size: 2570 KB
- Print Length: 215 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1499313233
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 3, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00K3SZM98
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,823 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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The lead-up for Sam's big reveal was a let down as well. From the beginning I could guess what it was, and it's a horrible, gut wrenching situation, and I still felt no emotions over it. The author did not do a good job pulling emotion from the reader. The reactions, emotions and situations were so predictable that they just fell flat. More depth for the characters with less of the repetitive, forced emotions could have saved this book.
So for the good, the story has some unexpected curves that kept me engaged. The bedroom scenes are descriptive but not excessively so. I always appreciate a woman with backbone and Samantha had that in spades so good for her. She has been through a lot, as has the love of her life, Jameson. They fit well. Who doesn't love a hero? Jameson was very bit of one and a good friend as well. He pulled himself back from the brink a couple of times and I was always rooting for him. I really enjoyed it despite thinking that it could use a life more work.
One of the things I really liked about this book is that it is written in Jameson’s POV. That does not happen often. Yes you will get a male POV book, after the first book was so successful, but not generally from the start. I also felt that the author did a good job with Jameson, and the story always felt like it was truly from a guys POV.
Jameson Carter was in the military when almost his whole team was killed and he lost his legs. He goes home to his fiancé to try and get back into the civilian world again, and adjust to learning how to walk again. PTSD is part of his every day now.
Sam was Jameson’s friend growing up. She had some very horrible things happen to her, and while it changed some aspects of her life, she still wants to help people. She of all people can understand Jameson’s PTSD, but what happened to her was in the past. Her dark times are generally behind her, and She has a kick ass personality, with strength and character. She and Jameson reconnect in his physical therapy, but he is still involved with his fiancé.
Some of the time I wanted to smack Jameson for his not wanting to deal with what happened while in the army or his home life once he got home. Other times I wanted to cry for all the things he was struggling with.
Jameson and Sam’s relationship once it started felt real – I laughed, cried and got pissed at them both. This book also has some twists and turns you will never see coming. I encourage you to check out this book, I honestly believe it will stay with you as a book to read over.
I was gifted a copy of this book from the author, but I liked it so much I bought a copy of my own!
This was so relatable and drew me in. There's Sam's secret that once revealed again took the story to new depths. How do you live when so much has been taken away from you? The title is perfect. I was rooting for Jameson all the way, frustrated by some of his choices, worried for him, and cheering him on as he began to face his fears and his past.
Just when I think I know where the story is headed another twist occurs. Blindsided, stunned. Wait, what just happened? There are many surprises in a small town and that can be a good thing or a bad thing. But there were really good secondary characters. This is a standalone novel with a terrific epilogue completing it. I highly recommend this. I could see this as the beginning of a series.