#5, Colorado Veterans
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Marine Corps veteran, Cy McMullen walked away from his life, and everyone he loved, never looking back. Suffering from severe PTSD from his time overseas has left him socially crippled and emotionally damaged. With limited coping skills and an inability to trust anyone, he now lives a hopeless, solitary life on the streets.
Registered Nurse, Rosie Rossi recently moved to Colorado Springs to be near her sister, after a forced estrangement that lasted nearly two decades. She loves spending time with her sister and family, but she needs something to call her own as she struggles to deal with the ghosts of her own past. She soon finds purpose in volunteering at the local Veteran's homeless shelter.
One cold December afternoon, circumstance pushes Rosie and Cy together in a way that forces them to come to terms with things they've long since avoided. An unlikely friendship blossoms between the two with a warmth that could melt even the most frozen of hearts.
In a season where miracles are born, fate chose to bring these two lonely, broken people together to heal one another. The pain of the past is the only thing standing in their way, but they both have been given a gift, something they thought was gone forever... hope.
A Christmas story
Finding Hope is so heart wrenching that I was already crying in the first few chapters. Cy and Rosie are two broken people. Cy a war veteran with severe PTSD. Rosie suffered years of abuse. Together they make each other whole again. I thought this was the best book of the Colorado Veterans series. As with the other books in this series, Finding Hope can be read as a stand-alone.
Review copy was received for a honest opinion.
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- Category: Contemporary
- Published: Nov 19, 2018
- Publisher: Tiffani Lynn
- Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC
- Print Length: 122 Pages
- Language: English
- Series: #5, Colorado Veterans