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After The Dawn By Stephanie Motes,

  • Title: After The Dawn
  • Author: Stephanie Motes
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For Lieutenant Samantha Sammy Yates, leaving the Marines wasn t an option she ever wanted Forced out of the service because of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, she tries to move on with her life putting up a good facade to those who don t know her very well Alone, however she is plagued with battle scars she can t shake even two years after her tour When successfulFor Lieutenant Samantha Sammy Yates, leaving the Marines wasn t an option she ever wanted Forced out of the service because of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, she tries to move on with her life putting up a good facade to those who don t know her very well Alone, however she is plagued with battle scars she can t shake even two years after her tour When successful psychiatrist, Sara Lawson, decided to move back to the only place she ever felt safe, the last thing she had on her mind was falling in love Deciding to renovate the home she inherited from her grandmother, she crosses paths with Sammy, who is now working as a contractor Sara spots something kindred in the woman s hardened, but kind blue eyes Each hiding their own secrets in the small Florida town, they both realize that the walls they had spent years perfecting have started to crack around one another As they slowly build a friendship, can they keep each other safe from the danger that is speeding towards them This 2nd edition of the best selling novel, After the Dawn, has been revised and contains the bonus story, Dawn of Christmas.
    After The Dawn For Lieutenant Samantha Sammy Yates leaving the Marines wasn t an option she ever wanted Forced out of the service because of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder she tries to move on with her life puttin

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    1. I m never quite sure what to expect with the books on Kindle Unlimited Some are good reads, and well, some of them just suck This is definitely a good one I m a sucker for these strong but scarred military women and Sammy is an endearing character I liked Sara too who is also a strong female character that has endured trauma albeit outside the military Be warned though I started this book about 10 pm at night and I didn t go to sleep until I finished it.

    2. I really enjoyed this story, it had a little bit of everything A strong female character with a military background, creating a new life while dealing with PTSD A budding relationship between two women overcoming past trauma s to accept their feelings for each other Dealing with prejudice for their lifestyle choice, especially from one of the MC s family And a psycho ex lover thrown in to add cause chaos They were some yummy love scenes but I would have liked to see the heat factor turned up a b [...]

    3. My first book by this author This is a rather neat little book involving two somewhat overly passionate women coming together somewhat unexpectedly Both having traumatic experiences in their pasts which have given both a certain level of PTSD Post traumatic stress disorder I think that s what PTSD spells out I say certain level because one, the Marine who had fought in Iraq had a diagnose of PTSD, while the non Marine didn t Though both had times when they acted like they were suffering from PTS [...]

    4. This was my first time reading this authors work and I must say I will be checking out books I lovey he main characters as well as the the supporting ones, we should all have a best friend like Mary.

    5. Notes has a grasp on grammar and vocab, it s just not a very firm one the story line is not too bad but the writing is a challenge It seems forced rather than a nice flowing easy read.

    6. Great book and I love that the lead character is a war vet I was sucked into the book and found myself pulling an all nighter to finish it.

    7. This is actually a neat kind of novel s was just sort of unnecessarily stretched The characters and plot was solidI did find the dialogue in some cases not fluid enough For a first novel I think the writer did well, obviously room for improvement and I look forward to reading many by her

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