I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Anything for You by Jessica Scott
Series: Coming Home #2.5
Published by Self Published on February 1st 2013
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Sergeant First Class Shane Garrison has spent a year recovering from his combat injuries. A year spent in the arms of the woman of his dreams. But loving Jen comes with a price: every time he touches her, he faces the uncertain fear that loving her might mean losing her forever. Jen is a breast cancer survivor and with Shane, she’s found a man who loves her despite her scars. But her scars may be too much for their love to survive. As their love grows, so does the risk to Jen’s life. And Shane must make the toughest decision any man can make to save the woman he loves.
I love any excuse to revisit Shane and Jen and while this story is short, it satisfied my appetite. It was wonderful to see how they are as a couple since they transitioned from nurse and patient roles. It’s been a year and they have to face the reality of Jen’s cancer history and how it impacts their future. Shane’s no longer hesitant to express his love for her (and he does this in a big way) but he’s still the guy that has a tough time-sharing his fears. Jen’s need to live her life without cancer being the big shadow over it gets in the way of reality but they find their way together. It’s a short and lovely story, a nice interlude until the next book is released later this year.
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