01 November 2016

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Read:: Somewhere to Begin (Poison & Wine Series Book 1) by Mika Jolie

So Colbie finally gets a back bone and leaves a man that is abusing her. She moves into a small apartment that belongs to Zander.

Zander, man, if he isn't a great guy and a great character. Mika did a great job describing his pain while going through his grief of losing his men, losing his leg, and trying to be a civilian again.

These two slowly form a friendship, realizing that they both need something to lean on. With their friendship comes a relationship. It takes a lot from both to understand how they feel and how to get on with life after their tragedies. 

They are perfect for what each needs and the love they share melted my heart. It was a really nice, sweet story with a little hotness to it. 

There are wounds that never show on the body.

For twenty-nine years, Colbie Bennington does as expected with an eternal smile stained on her lips. The biggest chances she’s ever taken can be counted on one hand, three fingers to be exact—her battered red chucks, painting her toenails a vibrant blue, and her wedding dress. Always the dutiful daughter and a Stepford fiancĂ©e, she has never acted on impulse, never been in love.

She’s never lived.

On her wedding day, Colbie ends a toxic relationship, drops the fake smile, and says, “I can’t do this anymore.”

Navy SEAL Zander Serrano returns home broken and burdened with a volcano of remorse. Too trapped in a mental war to be at peace and too damaged to be at war, he shuts the world out. The last thing he expects is to feel, especially for a runaway bride with her own baggage.

Two empty hearts marred in different spots find themselves drawn to one another. Each with their own scars.  Some, the world can see. Others, unseen to the naked eye.

They say two broken people should not be together. But for Colbie and Zander, their attraction is undeniable, unexpected.

Can two souls with fractured parts be the best cure for each other’s wounds?

Starting over is never easy, but sometimes in life, everyone needs somewhere to begin.

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