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Summary

Isabella Melinda Wilson has been squeezed into the music ministry model of her controlling husband’s making. Before she can leave him, he leaves her a guilt-ridden widow. Her mother-in-law is no comfort and presses the guilt button at every turn. Isabella flees to her sister’s home in search of her own identity and a new beginning. 

Dan Sweeney has one goal: be as normal as possible. After losing a leg, some fingers, and his self-worth, he needs his service dog, Brutus, to help keep his PTSD at bay. Careerless and clueless about the future, he struggles to put his life back together. 

Isabella isn’t looking for a new relationship, and Dan feels unworthy of one. Can these two broken people heal into one whole love?

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  • E Jones
  • 21-05-19

Great book

I enjoyed the book. I wasn't that impressed with the narrator! I will most likely be aware and listen to others.

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  • Marilyn S. Hope
  • 04-02-20

Try another book1

The narration sounded like a 14 year old voice, the story was trite and not interesting.