Love Released (Women of Courage, #1)

Love Released (Women of Courage, book 1) free ebook download

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Kindle Edition, Pages: 186

Genres: Romance, Historical

Language: English

Reads: 8

Downloads: 1442

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Love Released (Women of Courage, book 1)
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Book Summary

Best if books are read in order.

EMOTIONALLY GRIPPING!

She’s running from a past, he’s duty-bound to protect her.

He stands on the other side of sorrow and despair with a love so vast and strong it reaches into her soul and sparks the courage to become the woman she dares.

Cora Williams is an ex-con with no place to go but Gibbs City, Missouri. A small mid-western town where she hopes to remain undisturbed and unobtrusive. With her nephew Jack, her wants are simple, to hide from the horrors of her past.

Sheriff Virgil Carter is a WW2 veteran with demons of his own, but Parker County is his to protect. That includes a young, beautiful woman newly released from prison who longs to be left alone.

Love often comes like sleep, softly, quietly and unexpectedly. You just have to close your eyes and dream.

Reader Reviews
  •    Moshicage Kobelnick
    2020
    I was ready to give the book 3 (even 4) stars because I very much enjoyed the story, the setting, and the characters. But that that was before it abruptly ended and I learned - from other reviews - that the story isn't completed until book 8. That is something that should have been made crystal clear from the very beginning. I would have gladly invested the money and time had I been forewarned, but not now. I don't like to be cheated.
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  •    Kazrabar Hollow
    2020
    This was a great start to a series. I downloaded this as a free book on my Kobo and just finished the first installment. Wow! I really enjoyed it it was a quiet and unassuming read but very heartwarming.

    I’ve read a few reviews and I have seen some comments about people being ticked off that they have to pay for the next installment to read. I don’t think that’s a terrible thing, authors have to make a living after all this is their craft they work at it just like we work at our own crafts. The book was actually about three hours long in reading so I thought it was a good amount of time and the next installments aren’t that expensive and actually quite cheap to my mind so I don’t mind paying. They’re quite good so I will keep reading.
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