Maxwell Tate fights against a psychotic dream world, until he no longer knows what’s real. Lacey Adams knows she can’t save all of her cases, but can she salvage the unbreakable SEAL?
There are many reasons to love Lost and Found series, one of them for me is the fact that the heroes are true, broken, battle weary men who are fighting to get back on their feet and live again, despite the damage the war has done, both physical and mental.
In the very first book of the series we met Lacey, the nurse in the VA hospital. How delightful that she also got her HEA, and a hero on her side!
Max is truly broken, the medicine he has been given to fight his PTSD has robbed the rest of his life away. Added alcohol, and he is lost.
From the first time Max and Lacey meet, they have a connection, chemistry, and attraction. How they work, so that Max could get back on his feet is admirable.
The reunion, and building a life together is not only adorable, but steaming hot, and captivating. I rejoiced with the new possibilities and plans they had, and I'm looking forward to meet them again in the future Lost and Found stories.
~ Four spoons with a teaspoon on a side
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