Back to You (Coming Home, #2) by Jessica ScottIve been anxiously awaiting this story since I read the first book in the series. Trent fascinated and frustrated me in the previous books and I wanted to explore the mystery of him.
While this is a romance about a husband and wife falling in love with each other again, its also a hard-to-put-down look at the troubles our military heroes face when coming home from war. Scott did an excellent job of balancing the romance with the realities. It was hard to read at times, and I straight bawled at one point, but I thoroughly enjoyed this.
Soldier returns home to find that his son is now a girl
Expect The Unexpected Arrival When Your Soldier Comes Home
Laura anxiously anticipates the return of her husband Dan. What will it be like and what should she do? After all, he is not returning from a successful business trip or golf weekend. He is coming back from war. Should she arrange a romantic just-for-the-two-of-us event or a family reunion? This is the first homecoming experience in their young marriage.
What we all experience, combat or none, is a very, very long period of extended absence from comfort, security, our families, and breaks. The Marines spend seven months on deployment. Army is about twice that, but they don't go as often. That means months where you deal with the same people day, after day, after day. There is no change and no break.
Transition is by far the biggest battle. I struggled with transition like anyone else. After many years, I have learned to know my place.
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Military Deployment Topics
When a soldier comes home, he finds it hard……to listen to his son whine about being bored…. No one has been able to explain to me why young men and women serve in the U. While Politicians hold their political positions in the safe confines of the capital, protected by these same men and women, and can receive full pensions after serving just five years. It just does not make any sense. The origin of the contents of the post are unknown. This was shared with us via email and we felt compelled to share it here.