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Love In The House Of War (Army of One Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Love in the House of War is an amazing story and covers a lot of time and events. The way that Scott describes things makes you feel like you are there with the characters -- experiencing things as they happened. The way that he describes this is amazing and really helps with the aspect of this experience. Ron Hawkins (the main male character of the book) is the son of a Delta Force soldier. Ron is a Green Beret medic and is on a mission to save a Soviet officer's daughter, Sarah (the main female character of the book), from the Taliban in war-torn Afghanistan. I don't write spoilers -- BUT, you will find that once you start reading this book that you will have a hard time putting the book down!!! The story keeps flowing and pulling you in!!
I was given a copy of this book for an honest review!!!
After 9/11, the Special Forces were the first to respond. A Green Beret, Ron, was one of two members asked to take supplies to and assist a local Afghanistan doctor.The doctor approached the group awhile later pleading with Special Forces to rescue his daughter, a nurse, from the he Taliban who had taken her away. In efforts to rescue her, the team got separated and Ron was left alone to keep the young woman safe, who in turn aided Ron as well. While spending so much time alone, strong emotions grew between them. Unexpected twists! and adventures continue throughout the rest of the story.
The last portion of the story was unexpected, heartrending and inspiring.
My review of this books offers a Four Stars rating
*I received this book in exchange for an Honest review, of which I have given.