Return to Ala Moana Beach Ty Carter s an expert bomb disposal technician who doesn t take anything lying down But a bullet to the back cuts short his tour in Iraq returning him to a wife who he believes deserves than half a m

  • Title: Return to Ala Moana Beach
  • Author: Toni Kenyon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 200
  • Format: ebook
  • Ty Carter s an expert bomb disposal technician who doesn t take anything lying down But a bullet to the back cuts short his tour in Iraq, returning him to a wife who he believes deserves than half a man as a husband.Lulu Carter wants nothing than the man she married to come home Instead, an injured and disturbed stranger turns life upside down for her and theTy Carter s an expert bomb disposal technician who doesn t take anything lying down But a bullet to the back cuts short his tour in Iraq, returning him to a wife who he believes deserves than half a man as a husband.Lulu Carter wants nothing than the man she married to come home Instead, an injured and disturbed stranger turns life upside down for her and their children.Only Ty and Lulu can decide if the love they shared is worth fighting for and whether they should stay married after such a traumatic event.

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      Published :2019-03-05T11:26:55+00:00

    One thought on “Return to Ala Moana Beach”

    1. A beautiful and moving story about what happens after a soldier comes home. The characters and the gorgeous setting illustrate a realistic and lovely world. Hawaii is a character by itself. Not only does the author portray the returning soldier well, but she does an excellent job describing the feelings and thoughts of his family. The story revolves around the veteran's trauma, but also everyone who cares about him. I love it Member Giveaways

    2. amazing book, couldn't put it down. their separation was heartbreakingbut it's a lovely story and shows the reality that many soldiers went through

    3. This is a story of an Iraqi vet soldier who returns to his wife having survived a bomb blast. He returns handicapped with limited mobility, a fierce case of PTSD and a load of guilt. I had trouble with the both husband and wife. I found their responses to each other to be immature and fake. Some of the sentiments expressed in the dialogue did not ring true to life for me. It is, however, a tale that need to be told. My thanks to the author and LibraryThing for a complimentary copy.

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