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This is like a modern day 'BEAUTY And The BEAST' HEA
Marine Grady Williams is an angry soldier who is suffering from PTSD who not only did an amazing or stupid act to keep his Marine Mates from injury but at the same time saw the one person he wanted to keep safe, he watched the complete opposite.
But AFTER ALL this he decides to go to a fancy dress frat party, which is near his & this is where he meets ex professional dancer Isa (Bella) Cuesta & you can say things went belly up or where fate stood in as Isa wouldn't let him go.
So here the feeling & DEEP emotion we see is so true to the core from BOTH of the characters.
It's a beautiful love story with such emotions
This was my first by this author, but I enjoy the narrator, so gave this one a listen.
What an interesting take on the classic tale of Beauty and the Beast as it is set to the life and aftermath of Grady, a military hero who suffers from PTSD and facial mutilation. His life is not fulfilling as he copes with low self-esteem, despair and depression. Not only because of his looks, but because of the tragedies that fell upon him and his unit.
By chance, he meets Isa at a party in hopes of easing his loneliness, even if for a night. That one night turns into more that neither expect. Isa, has her own demons and hers and his collide in this tale.
What I liked about this story was that it told about things we often think about but don't grasp. PTSD affects millions of veterans, and we brush it under the rug. We give them medals, and thank them for their service, but would never be able to understand the troubles they face on a daily basis. This gave me an opportunity to take that into account and provided a deeper appreciation, love and respect for our heroes.
Aaron Shedlock and Sonja Field deliver a fantastic duet narration that flowed perfectly. Great chemistry and great portrayal of both Grady and Isa.
This book is listed as A Bad Boy Marine Romance, but there wasn't anything I'd consider "Bad". He wasn't a total a-hole, well he had traits, but that was due to other factors. I'm looking forward to Albertson's next books.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This audiobook is about a disfigured wounded veteran Marine who meets a beautiful dancing reality star at a party. He's pretty jaded, thinking no woman could want him for himself and she's just wanting a real live relationship. It's kind of a beauty and the beast take-off. Overall, it was good. The only thing that bothered me was sometimes the male narrator seemed a little monotone.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful