Love can make you strong enough, if you let it.
About the Book:
Charlotte Saunders has a full life—a rewarding career as a nurse, meaningful volunteer work at a dog shelter, family and friends and pets she adores. But no matter how hard she tries, she can’t forget the horrible event that’s haunted her for the last ten years.
A survivor of child sexual abuse, Damon Greyson now helps others who have suffered trauma. His experience and intuition alerts him to trouble in Charlotte’s past, and he wants to help her, if only she’ll let him.
As they work together to help veterans suffering from PTSD and neglected dogs needing loving homes, their feelings for each other deepen. But when the trauma from Charlotte’s past roars back to life, both are forced to confront their painful histories or die trying.
Just when we
thought this author couldn’t get any better, she comes back with a gem like Strong
Enough. Richards’ ability to weave issues of long-term effects of PTSD, acquaintance
rape, child sexual abuse, and alcoholism into a story that features lasting family
ties, enduring friendship and boundless love is enviable. This one’s a beauty—and
we are better for it.
Based on a scale of 1-5, Strong Enough deserves a 7.
Kat Henry Doran, Wild Women Reviews