After the War by Jessica Scott

After the War

byJessica Scott

Kobo ebook | May 5, 2015

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A terrible loss…

Captain Sarah Anders lost her husband to the war and has nearly lost the career she loves. Sent to Fort Hood, she only wants to do her job and take care of the daughter she’s raising on her own. She never counted on running straight into a memory she’d tried to forget.

A love he never forgot...

Captain Sean Nichols never got over Sarah. He simply tried to forget her amidst the war and the chaos of combat. But when she’s assigned to investigate his unit, he comes face to face with the woman no war or any amount of time could make him forget.

Title:After the WarFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 5, 2015Publisher:Jessica ScottLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1942102089

ISBN - 13:9781942102083

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good read Enjoyed the reading this brings. Very emotional, poignant. Happy she finally told the old bitty off. Love the romance and relationships with all the those intriguing characters.
Date published: 2015-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing WOW! This one touched me in so many ways I don't know where to start. There are several stories going on in this one, each one special and unique. It's a touching reunion story between the H-h, Sarah and Sean, but the rekindling of their feelings for each other brings along feelings of guilt and great loss. This series sheds light on what our soldiers face once they return from war, and how difficult it can be dealing with day to day life while serving in the military. This is a fantastic story and I highly recommend everyone have it on their must read list.
Date published: 2015-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love second chance romances!!! Sean Nichols didn't want Sarah Delaney to be a soldier. When he proposed she said no because a soldier was all she wanted to be. She didn't want kids and didn't want to be a wife, so they broke up. Eight years later, she'd been married, widowed and shortly after found out she was pregnant and now has a five-year-old daughter. Sean's grown up a lot since then. They both hold different positions in the military. Amongst all the chaos of investigations and interviews, can these two find their way back to each other or has too many years passed? Jessica Scott has done it again. She writes military romance so true to life you feel like you're watching someone's life unfold before your very eyes. I hate that Sarah lost her husband to the war. I am happy that a second chance romance was a possibility for her and Sean. I can't imagine being a single mom in the military. The push and pull of the job seems to be exhausting. Thank you Jessica Scott for another fabulous read in the new Homefront series. I can't wait to read more. Received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
Date published: 2015-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another wonderful book by Jessica Scott I have loved every one of Jessica Scott’s books and I’ve read all of them except her non-fiction ones (I’ll get to them eventually). In her Author’s Note she states that she thinks this is the darkest book she’s ever written. Personally, I didn’t feel like the book was a dark one. I suspect that part of the reason why is that I’ve never been a soldier, or ever even talked to one intimately enough to have any idea of the things they go through. My only knowledge comes from reading her books, and while they are works of fiction, I have to believe that the fact that she is still in the army gives them credibility. So perhaps I can’t really understand what might make this a “dark” story. All I know is that I loved reading it even though it tore my heart out in places. Sean and Sarah’s story is one of second chances – one of my favorite tropes – but it’s also much more. Sarah is a single mother in the Army, not an easy thing under the best of circumstances, and her XO’s (Major Wilson), attitude towards mothers in the military makes it that much more difficult. Sean realizes he made a huge mistake years ago when he couldn’t cope with Sarah having a military career. Now he has a second chance with her but he’s having trouble coming to terms with the fact that she’s the widow of one of his buddies who was KIA. He also has secrets that are tearing him apart inside. How Sean and Sarah find their way back to each other was a very compelling story for me. If you like romance books with a military theme no one does them any better than Jessica Scott. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Date published: 2015-05-05