Only half the man he used to be—but maybe that’s enough
The Taliban may have taken both Chris’s legs, but he came back from Afghanistan with his sense of humour and his lust for life firmly intact. The one thing that can shake his confidence is meeting Josh, the one-night stand from before his tour of duty he hasn’t been able to forget.
It turns out Josh hasn’t forgotten Chris, either. But with Chris such a changed man, can they still have a future?
One of the reasons I love this author so much is because she writes wonderful characters…a lovely story about second chances at love and life, but most of all about healing – Brie, Romance Around the Corner
I adored both characters although Chris stole a little piece of my heart…I highly recommend you read this one - Beverley, The Romance Studio.
Josh… is one of those gorgeous men who lacks self confidence. He’s a very sweet character. I loved his innocence; it complemented Chris’s jokester personality perfectly… It was written so brilliantly, as if I were just sitting down with the gentleman at the table eavesdropping on their conversation. – 4.5 stars, Coreopsis, Long and Short Reviews.
I loved Chris’ voice throughout this story… I loved his attitude and his frankness and he cracked me up multiple times. - rated 4.5, JayHJay, Joyfully Jay.
It really is quite impossible not to like Chris… Through his cheerful narrative we get his perspective on what life is like for a disabled person… before a conclusion which was both very sexy and full of tender emotion. B+ – Jenre, Brief Encounters.
it was a pleasure to read this short story - Elisa Rolle
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