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Publisher Description

Rick Stanton was a promising professional baseball player with dreams of playing in the major leagues and starting a family with his young wife, Francesca, when World War II changed everything. Rick returns from the war with his body broken and his dreams shattered. But it was not just body and spirit he sacrificed for the war. He and Francesca volunteered their beloved dog, Pax, for the Army's K-9 Corp, not knowing if they'd ever see him again.

Keller Nicholson is the soldier who fought the war with Pax by his side, and the two have the kind of profound bond that can only be forged in war. Pax is the closest Keller has to a sense of family, and he can't bear the thought of returning him to the Stantons. But Rick and Francesca refuse to give him up. Instead, an arrangement is made: Keller will work as Rick's live-in aide. And thus an unlikely family is formed, with steadfast Pax at the center. As they try to build a new life out of the ashes, Keller and Francesca struggle to ignore their growing attraction to each other, and Rick, believing that he can no longer give Francesca what she needs and wants, quietly plans a way out.

All three of them need healing. All three of them are lost. And in Susan Wilson's A Man of His Own, Pax, with his unconditional love and unwavering loyalty, may be the only one who can guide them home.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2013
September 24
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
368
Pages
PUBLISHER
St. Martin's Press
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
1.2
MB

Customer Reviews

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I love the book even though I am at a young age it is the best book I have ever read

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Wonderful

I've just discovered Susan Wilsons' books. I've read three in three days. These books are all beautifully written and are all equally beautiful works of art. Reminding one of compassion for others, the love only a furry friend can give, and how we all are in need of saving and unconditional love in our lives. All of her books are definitely beautiful and in need of reading.

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