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Storm
Storm | Janie Crouch
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Marilyn Ellis is finally putting her life back together. The domestic abuse she suffered may be labeled textbook by therapists, but it's the parts she's never told anyone that haunt her. She refuses to get rapped in that hell ever again. Former Special Forces soldier turned rancher Noah Dempsey is more than capable of training the delicate single mom in moves and tactics that will help her feel safe. But his own tortured past makes him decidedly less qualified for anything more. No matter how much her big eyes--and even bigger heart--draw him in. However, when unexpected danger arrives in their small town, Noah knows this is a woman worth fighting for. Worth fighting beside. And he's going to be the one to do it. She needs a hero. He'll have to remember how to be one.
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kremi
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Storm Can't help but admire - that's how it's designed. A book about the grief, pain, humiliation and the whole range of mental traumas that women victims of domestic violence will bear for the rest of their lives. When / and if / they get out of the nightmare, it will be difficult for them to continue their life without looking over their shoulder and without shrinking from any louder sound.And not every woman is lucky enough for Marilyn.

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BayouGirl85
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My heart broke for Marliyn and Noah for most of the book. Their personal demons followed them like shadows, a ever constant presence. I cheered for them when they caught glimpses of sunlight and happiness. Their healing was a mutual, gradual, and comforting thing to watch. It forged a bond that allowed love to bloom. Two broken people who found in the other unconditional support and love that made them whole again.

February Book 6/25 #LitsyLove