From the USA Today Bestselling author of Because of You comes an all new Coming Home short story.
Sergeant First Class Shane Garrison has spent a year recovering from his combat injuries. A year spent in the arms of the woman of his dreams. But loving Jen comes with a price: every time he touches her, he faces the uncertain fear that loving her might mean losing her forever.
Jen is a breast cancer survivor and with Shane, she’s found a man who loves her despite her scars. But her scars may be too much for their love to survive.
As their love grows, so does the risk to Jen’s life. And Shane must make the toughest decision any man can make to save the woman he loves.
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We met Shane Garrison and Jen St. James in Because of You. Shane was a seriously wounded soldier, she a nurse
recovering from breast cancer. They each had scars and heartaches, but found love and healing in each other's arms.
In this short story we revisit Shane and Jen a year later. They are still very much in love, planning on spending their lives together. Jen is thrilled with Shane's recovery, but fearing his inevitable return to active duty. Shane is very content and happy in their relationship , but has a gut wrenching fear that Jen's cancer will reoccur . Her cancer was a very aggressive form, and as every cancer survivor, she dreads those heartbreaking words "the cancer is back". But she is working hard to put it behind her. For Shane it's not that easy.
We are reacquainted with Shane's friend Ike Carponti , always ready with a joke or prank. He has become very adept with his prosthetic hand, and given the OK to return to active duty. He has a small secret fear he's not up to the challenge.
Shane and Jen are challenged to make a decision that will effect the rest of their lives together. Their love for each other is the rock , the decision is made on that rock.
I highly recommend this story for Because of You fans. I equally recommend all Ms. Scott's novels for lovers of Military Romance. I personally have the utmost respect for her career as an Army officer, and her talent as an author.