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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XD8T58Q
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- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
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Top customer reviews
I really enjoyed Half Broke so I was kinda excited to read this book
I did enjoy Bronze Star, I love Chris and Jay-Cee and I enjoyed the storyline
I loved reading how these amazing guys came through so much terrible stuff and I loved them together as a couple
But something was just off/missing for me... I'm not sure what, just I didn't love it... I just enjoyed it
I will for sure give the other books in the series a go and definitely read more books by this author because I liked the authors writing style
Bronze Star wont be going on my fave's list, but I enjoyed it enough to recommend it to other readers... because I think I just didn't enjoy it but I think others will
It could be that the story is kinda deep and at times heart breaking, When I read this book I don't think I was in the right kind of head space for such an emotional book... I think if I re-read it at a later date, then I might enjoy it more
A 3.5 Star Enjoyable Read
Jay-Cee is a veteran who has his own demons. Although he is older and has a lot of experience he is unsecured when it comes to relationships, let alone one with a much younger man.
The story is very emotional with all the suffering and the healing, being love the most powerful medicine in the world. We find a bunch of characters that have a lot of baggage but still they are authentic. They are noble, caring, and helping hands when necessary. When you finish the book you want to go on reading about all of them.
I loved Aunt Sissy. She was so funny I kept laughing.
I voluntarily reviewed a gifted copy of this book.
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All of the books in this series are well written. The lives of the men in all of the books are tied together by the need to help and protect each other. The scars you can't see and the men at the end of their rope grab you and take you on one hell of a ride! Hold on tight. I think this is my favorite book of the series. I hope there are more books to come.
This is definitely my favorite book from the Veteran's Affairs series to date. I loved both of the main characters, Chris & Jay Cee. Both of these men had a lot of scars and a lot of issues that had to be dealt with before they could actually "be" together, but in the long run they each learned how to be what the other one needed.
I love that characters from previous books make a appearances in this book. I love the way the author ties all of the books together. This book is more than just a romance. It deals, with some real issues that a lot of our veterans have to deal with on a daily basis. I love the entire series and hope there will be more books in the series! I would definitely recommend this book and the whole series. Bronze Star can be read alone, but is so much better with the back story of the other characters. I voluntarily read an advance reader's copy of this book.
The main characters from Bronze Star are known to the reader from the earlier stories in the series (Incoming, Paper Hearts and Paper Roses. I was always left with hope that they would find their way to each other. Chris is a young man, an artist with no real understanding of his own talent. He comes from a very well-to-do family with disengaged parents and he is just now coming back from a rather horrifying time during his late teens. His employer, sculptor Jay-Cee, is twenty years older; someone who quietly and rather unassumingly takes care of his employees, theyoung men who need his direction and the safety of his employ. He befriends them but not in a personal way. Jay-Cee is a veteran Marine and the sequela of his time in the military causes him to lead a rather solitary personal life.
Each of the main characters in this story, as with the other in this series, has been dealt a serious psychological trauma. Jay-Cee is a veteran living with PTSD and Chris is a talented young artist living in recovery from addiction. A May/December love story that illustrates in full color how love finds it's home and family created from love.veteran living with PTSD and Chris is a talented young artist living in recovery from addiction. A May/December love story that illustrates in full color how love finds it's home and family created from love.
Chris is recovering addict and a great artist trying to find his way.
JayCee is an artist who takes in particular people who have been wounded by life or veterans recovering who are not coping with life.
I received this in exchange for an honest review.
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