13 June 2017

# opinion # read

Read:: Redemption by Kelly Moran

This one takes us to Cattenach's ranch. A family owned business. Olivia is the last survivor of her immediate family, her parents gone and her brother dying overseas in war. She is surprised when she meets Nate. Nate has come to deliver a letter from her brother, Justin. A letter that should have been delivered six months ago but with guilt, it took Nate a little time to get there.

These two lost souls find each other. They are meant for each other. They are both stubborn. They are both fighting their feelings about losing Justin. One wants to blame someone and the other is blaming himself.

This story takes us on a heck of ride. You are exposed to feelings, PTSD, military life expectations, flash backs, and healing. The story flowed well, showing us how strong these two are and how strong their support system is around them.

By the end, I was just rooting for them hard. I wanted them to get their heads out of the sand and find a way to move on. Who knew Justin would help them with that?






Nearly the last remaining member of Olivia Cattenach's family has just died overseas and left her overcome by grief. But when a soldier shows up at her ranch with a final message from her brother, she finds new purpose. Nathan Roldan is as formidable as they come. Bulging muscles and inked to boot, he looks like every bit the bad boy he claims to be. Except, under his shuttered gaze and behind his walls lies a gentle giant. Determined to carry out her brother's wishes, she chips away at Nate's layers and discovers more pain than any person should ever have to endure. And a passion she never dreamed was possible.

He's not the hero she thinks he is...

Nate's mistake got a fellow comrade killed, and a deathbed promise to take care of the guy's sister lands him in Wyoming with the hope of redemption. But he wasn't expecting...her. Beautiful, witty, and sweet, Olivia is everything he doesn't deserve. Born a nothing, he'll die a nothing. Though guilt is a living thing, temptation is too hard to resist. Somehow, she's unleashing his restraint and unearthing feelings he buried long ago. He wants her. More, he's worried he needs her. She's trying to save him, but when she learns the truth, he'll lose the only happiness he's ever known.


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