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- Print Length: 219 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Night Shift Publishing (September 28, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 28, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073JLJMBG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Rain Dance (Tulsa Thunderbirds Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Ethan is a defenseman of the Tulsa Thunderbirds. When leaving the arena one night with his son he come face to face with his own living nightmare, Domestic abuse .
One of his teammates is beating his girlfriend in the parking lot.
Natalie his Hayes girlfriend. He uses her as a human punching bag for what reason good bad or indifferent. What is even worse is he Ltd two of his best friends join in and that also rape her.
On this night Ethan steps in to try and save her. However he knows from experience that that you can't make her leave but he gives her a means to an end. By giving her a his number he might just save her life.
The author does a wonderful job balancing these two highly volatile topics. Both of her characters are strong survivors. I would give this book 5 / 5 stars. I absolutely loved it.i also love how the members of the WAGS stepped up and took Natalie under their wing especially Loundon.
Please join me in reading this book. Please either buy or borrow this book and remember to leave a review for the author as she appreciates them .
Catherine Gayle handles this painful situation with delicacy and empathy. None of the physical abuse is gratuitous, it all is included to move the story forward. Parts of this book are too much to read in one sitting. I had to stop and take a breather before I could pick it up again. As I was reading my biggest fear was that Natalie's abusive boyfriend would show up and hurt her again.
This book is full of pain but also about growing and learning to be strong. Everything they go through makes the Happily Ever After all the happier.
This book is hard to read. It's REALLY HARD to read, especially the first 25% or so. I found myself in tears, crying so hard I actually had to stop reading at points.
I suppose that's when you know an author is truly gifted. When you are crying because it feels so real.
Although the ending was a little abrupt (I thought I had another chapter or so), after reflection I know it ended how it should, focusing on the future instead of the past.
There's not much else to say, other than grab tissues.
But she sometimes struggles to get the words just perfect for us. For that, I thank her.
The characters struggle, as she means them to, and the end is somewhat abrupt, but I love this book. The people seem real, and what she puts them through is realistic.
This book was written about taboo things but like always Catherine did it tastefully. I was an emotional wreck while reading this book and I had to stop and put it away for an hour or two before continuing. I recommend having a box of tissues handy.
*I was given an ARC of this book and I also intend to buy it.*