Aaron: A Hathaway House Heartwarming Romance
Welcome to Hathaway House, a heartwarming series from USA TODAY best-selling author Dale Mayer. Here you’ll meet wounded warriors as they’re given a second chance at happiness and love at a special physical rehab facility, including heroes from Dale’s other books as they continue on their journeys. Magic happens here!
Welcome to Hathaway House. Rehab Center. Safe Haven. Second chance at life and love.
Former Navy SEAL Aaron Hammond has no idea how he wound up at Hathaway House, Texas. Nor does he particularly care. All he can see is his anger. Anger at the betrayal that destroyed his physical body and at the loss of the future he wanted but that he’ll never have now. He’s a cripple, less than half a man, and all he can look forward to is a half life, alone with himself and his pain.
Dani Hathaway runs Hathaway House with her father, an ex-military man nicknamed the Major, and she knew Aaron and his brother SEAL Levi in another life. Levi was a good friend to her through her difficult teen years, but it was Aaron who caught her eye more than a decade ago. When she heard what happened to him, she moved heaven and earth to get him to Hathaway House, where she could help him regain his health and return him to the man he used to be.
Old feelings resurface as Dani continues to push Aaron to acknowledge that his life is not over, and that, if he chooses, he can find both love and a future at Hathaway House.
Aaron, Hathaway House
A wonderful, emotional story about over coming trials of Veterans, wounded warriors, and coming out a winner. True love concurs all. I just don’t like the vulgar language.
Fantastic read. I loved the story and the characters. This is a good inspirational reminder that you can reinvent yourself through tragedy.
Good read, but over simplistic
It is a really good premise, but it is so overly simplistic. It deals with such a serious issue, our veterans coming home with serious injuries that have forever changed their lives. But, in this book, things just miraculously turn around almost on a dime. I wish the author had gone deeper into the trauma & not been as concerned with getting to the HEA so quickly.