- File Size: 3298 KB
- Print Length: 200 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (March 6, 2014)
- Publication Date: March 6, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IULZANI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #281,267 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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So I have a Marine in my family, and I have had issues with the accuracy of stories that feature a Marine in them in the past. I am happy to say I had no issues with this story! My annoying little pet peeves were not there at all! Thank you Andrew!
I loved Brick and Cody, they are a fantastic match for one another. Eli and Geoff knew what they were doing when they convinced Brick to take on Cody. Brick was a lonely man that needed someone to care for, and he got that with Cody. And Prince! Cody was just damaged enough to make him an interesting character, but not so damaged to feel broken to the point of no redemption. He goes through a nice transition, as does Brick. And they both need each other so badly.
This book has a great plot, great characters, a nice peek at the farm and it's residence, and a great ending. A bit more sex would have been nice, what there was, was very sweet, but I like a little more nookie in my books! A minor issue though... I loved the book!
As a result, "Love Means... Patience" is perhaps the ultimate in bringing this crowd together for an extremely noble purpose--to help two war-affected Marines from different Iraq wars to cope with their PTSD factors and the cruel fates they suffered having been kicked out of the service before DADT was repealed. Cody and Brick are forced to come together by the intervention of Eli, Geoff, the town deputy, Duane, and that wonderful, slightly madcap, character Adell.
It is the latter--chief cook and bottle washer in the household--who starts things off with a seriously hilarious "bang"--a cast-iron pan shot which knocks the increasingly frazzled Cody out cold when she mistakes him for a robber in her kitchen. After that the whole plot, love story and extraordinarily touching denouement come together in a book which simply makes you want to be proud of our service people, as well as to want to strangle those whose policies have ruined so many of their lives.
However, you will not get mad at the end--you will see how we all can get even. Get this one and you'll roll right through it with a smile, a tear and a warm heart.
In this book I learned how being/going blind effects a child. It had a different feel from the several other books I read involving blind "adult" protagonists. The focus with this one was the reactions of the caretaker, in this case the boy's dad. Good parents hurt when their children are in pain. They try everything in their means to get them better. When they can't get them better they often become overprotective. We watch this occur with a divorced father and his ten year old son. But his son has as stubborn a personality as his dad. The author details the journey from sighted to blindness. It's poignancy is heartbreaking.
Then you throw in a new rich love interest, a deadbeat mom, and a host of carrying friends. His new life with his so s diminishing sight is already fraught with landmines without the complications brought on by all these other well meaning people. The young boy is a character. He has some expressions that I'm still laughing at days later. His desire to see again is both understandable and frustrating. His dad is trying his best to be all his son needs. But he to has to not only learn to ask for help, but to accept it when it's offered.
One of my favorite characters is the best friend of the dad's love interest. He comes to visit from New York city. He is definitely not a small town guy. But he is very funny. I hope the author can find a way to give him his own story. I really enjoyed this book and don't look forward to the series ending.
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