Excellent read. Author Natalie Walters did a superb job balancing suspense and romance. The twists were unexpected but realistic. Her characters were well developed, and she had me caring for the safety of Pecca and her son, and I wanted to jump in and help Colton deal with his situation. This novel was very compelling and suspenseful but heart-warming. I couldn’t put it down.
Working as a rehabilitation nurse for a Home for Heroes, Pecca Gallegos works with a new disgruntled patient, Army Captain Colton Crawford, who suffers from a movement disorder. Unwilling to accept his condition, Pecca tries to find ways to help him.
When strange things happen, and someone shoots at Pecca, Colton comes running. Pecca’s past caught up with her in ways she least expected and puts her life at risk.
Apart from the fascinating story, I loved the way the author showed camaraderie among the veterans at the Home for Heroes.
I give this novel five stars. Readers will not be disappointed.
A copy of this book has been provided courtesy of Revell in exchange for my honest review. All comments are my own.
Natalie Walters is a proud Army wife and mother of three adult children. She grew up tucked between the pages of a good book and spent many hot summer days in New Mexico at the Erna Fergusson Library. Reading had been her greatest adventure until she met her husband. They’ve moved more than fifteen times, lived in seven states, and served overseas in Egypt. Natalie began her writing journey in 2010 when she started the Christian Writer’s Guild Craftsman program. Her non-fiction pieces have appeared in Proverbs31 Magazine and Guideposts online. Among balancing life as a military spouse, mom, and writer, she loves traveling, cooking, watching movies, and playing games so long as her family surrounds her. Natalie and GIJOE are currently stationed in Hawaii with their kids.
You can connect with Natalie at www.nataliewalterswriter.com or on Facebook and Instagram.