About The Book:
Could his biggest fear
be what he needs to heal?
After a traumatic brain injury, military vet Behr Delgado refuses the one thing that could help him—a service dog. But Ellery Watson is sure the perfect pup will change Behr’s life and offers to work with him one-on-one. As Behr sets about overcoming his fears, Ellery’s surprised to find herself opening up about her troubled nephew. Will family obligations force them to deny what’s in their hearts?
From Love Inspired: Uplifting stories of faith, forgiveness and hope.
Book 1: Their Unbreakable Bond by Deb Kastner
Book 2: Finding Her Way Back by Lisa Carter
Book 3: The Veteran’s Vow by Jill Lynn
Book 4: Her Easter Prayer by Lee Tobin McClain
Book 5: Earning Her Trust by Brenda Minton
The premise for this book is wonderful. My family has a strong military presence and with my own husband being a veteran, I was very interested in reading the book. I know that many veterans are paired with service dogs and they are of great value to them. So, I was all in from the beginning with this plot.
Jill Lynn has crafted a great story of how dogs are matched with veterans and their individual needs. I loved how well trained and sensitive a dog Margo was. And it’s a good story to boot!
My thanks to the publisher and author for a copy of this book.
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This looks like an excellent read!