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Publisher Description

He's a grumpy prisoner of war who won't let anyone around him. She's the ball of sunshine that pushes his boundaries. What happens when she pushes too far?

A year of being tortured as a POW has left him lost in his own head. 

Until she walks in... his best friend's little sister. 

She's full of sunshine and smiles, while he can't stand to be touched but he still feels drawn to her. 

He had a crush on her for years and her memory pulled him through his darkest times. 

Even now she's the only one who holds the key to his recovery.

She's pushing him outside his comfort zone, but when she pushes him too far, will she lose him forever?  

This is a Steamy, Small Town, Brother's Best Friends, Military Romance. No Cliffhangers. 

This is Book 2 in the Oakside Military Heroes Series. 

As always there is a satisfying Happy Ever After.

If you love steamy romances with insta love, hot love scenes, military men, and small towns, then this one is for you.

July 22
Kaci Rose
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Michele7874 ,

Great second chance, healing story

Easton and Paisley’s story is one of the best I’ve read in a while. Easton is suffering from PTSD after being a POW for over a year. He won’t speak to anyone and no one is allowed near him. Then Paisley and her therapy dog, Molly, enter the picture. Turns out Easton and Paisley have history, they grew up together. Easton was her brother’s best friend. He begins to heal and let’s her in to the surprise of his doctors and friends. I don’t want to give too much away, but if you enjoy a true love story about healing, second chances and growth this one is for you!

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FlowersShowLove ,

Wonderful Story of Healing

Wonderful, captivating, intense story full of emotion and love for a POW who is now rehabbing and healing at Oakside. Easton was a POW for a year before being rescued, now he is stateside and trying to rehab and heal. He is emotionally closed off, doesn’t let anyone in his room, and has no visitors.

One day, Paisley and her therapy dog, Molly, visit and begins to gradually tear down the walls Easton has built around him. Paisley is the younger sister of Easton’s best friend that he lost touch with after entering the army.

The book takes us through the difficulties a POW has when trying to reintegrate into society, the triggers, the fears, the reluctance to talk or allow people to see them. Ms. Rose has done an excellent job once again of telling the story of service men returning home that have been injured.

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