Love is never easy. It's especially difficult when you love a Marine. I knew the risk when I said "I do", but I chose to love anyway.
In a flash, he was taken from me, and now I'm alone. Struggling and desperate. There's no hope, no future. Just the endless cycle of day-to-day survival. But a letter returned could change all of that.
Hope and love often come from the last place you'd think to look, when you least expect it.
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I was a lost, broken soul, tortured by the memories of what I'd endured. When I visited that old farmhouse in rural Texas, all I wanted to do was return the letter. Keep a promise to a friend.
What I got was healing. Understanding. The chance to find a measure of peace when all I've ever known is war.
We both lost everything. But in each other, we found something worth fighting for.
**This is a full-length, standalone, steamy contemporary romance set in the world of Wounded.**
The best Jacinda yet!
I’m highly critical being a veteran myself.
This read was tragically identifiable, yet beautiful.
I’m reading it again when I recover from the after glow.
Thank you Jacinda.
Just beautiful !
What an amazing story ! The plot just flows so smoothly from Reagan's and Derek's POV. Cried a lot with them , you'll feel the emotions and love and the struggles . I'm speechless . 💟💟💟
I am a mess after reading this book, but in a good way. What an emotional roller coaster, yet so worth the ride. Have a couple kleenex's available, and be prepared to get nothing done around the house or work...you will have a book hangover. Well done Mr. And Mrs. Wilder! Bravo!