Thursday, January 2, 2014

Back To You by Jessica Scott { Review}

Back To You
{ Coming Home #3}
by Jessica Scott

He’s in for the fight of his life . . .

Army captain Trent Davila loved his wife, Laura, and their two beautiful children. But when he almost lost his life in combat, something inside him died. He couldn’t explain the emptiness he felt or bridge the growing distance between him and his family—so he deployed again. And again. And again…until his marriage reaches its breaking point. Now, with everything on the line, Trent has one last chance to prove to his wife that he can be the man she needs …if she’ll have him
…to win back his only love.

Laura is blindsided when Trent returns home. Time and again, he chose his men over his family, and she’s just beginning to put the pieces of her shattered heart back together. But when Trent faces a court martial on false charges, only Laura can save him. What begins as an act of kindness to protect his career inflames a desire she thought long buried—and a love that won’t be denied. But can she trust that this time he’s back to stay?

First Line(s): " I put your checkbook in the front pocket of your rucksack.

Favorite Line(s): Even if he went to the ends of the earth, his wife would still be the only woman who did it for him.

My Review: Jessica Scott is quickly becoming one of my favorite go to authors.  Her writing seems so effortless and it just flows from one page to the next. Add the fact that she writes about military men and I am hooked.

I found this book hit home a lot with my family. It spoke to me in volumes and went so much deeper than the characters on the page. I felt like at any given moment this story could be our story. Ok, so my husband never got court martial ( ha ha ha) but I related with a lot of the other story lines. Jessica Scott was able to balance the romance and reality of what our men and women face daily when they return home from war perfectly. At times I found my heart breaking while reading Back to You.

The emotions in this book were raw and honest and ran deep. A very quick and intense read, that will have you rooting for Trent and Laura the whole way through.

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I was given a digital copy of this book from Netgalley for a honest review
Until next time... Happy Reading!

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