New 5 Star Review for Courage that Counts

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A tear jerker for sure

Roy faces loosing his best friend and he is not ready to face this challenge when it seems like everything is falling on him to be strong. He starts to run only to come face to face with Lana. Lana is a nurse and is use to dealing with death and illness. She is full of hope and full of life sometimes she feels like she herself doesn’t always add up. She hopes she can bring joy to her patients and most of all Roy and his friends.
OMG where do I even begin with the book. When the author puts in the description grab tissues you know its going to be a good book. In this case this book is excellent. It really tugs at your heart and it gets to the heart of the matter while dealing with some deep issues. It deals with loss, love and finding hope. The chemistry will pop out of the book and storyline is well and amazingly written. I really give books five stars but if I could I would give this book so much more. This book does have adult situations in it and I would not recommend for anyone under 18. This is a powerful short love story that is amazing and you will find yourself having a hard time putting it down.

Disclosure: I received this book free of charge from the publisher, but this review consists of my honest opinions, not influenced in any way by the author or publisher.


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