Protecting Parker

Physically wounded and emotionally haunted by a harrowing overseas deployment for the Air Force, First Sergeant Parker Cotton returns home to face even trouble While she was overseas, her estranged husband, Alex Hamlin, has filed for divorce He has gone from being remote and uncaring to violently paranoid and Parker is now the target of all his rage Master SergeaPhysically wounded and emotionally haunted by a harrowing overseas deployment for the Air Force, First Sergeant Parker Cotton returns home to face even trouble While she was overseas, her estranged husband, Alex Hamlin, has filed for divorce He has gone from being remote and uncaring to violently paranoid and Parker is now the target of all his rage Master Sergeant Gray Townsend is fighting his own demons from the deployment Gray feels he failed to protect Parker in the field, and he is determined not to fail her again Awesome Ms Scott nailed it She has obviously been there done that1 D Danitz MSgt R USAF Security Forces 83 04
Protecting Parker Physically wounded and emotionally haunted by a harrowing overseas deployment for the Air Force First Sergeant Parker Cotton returns home to face even trouble While she was overseas her estranged hu

  • Title: Protecting Parker
  • Author: Lynne Scott
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 277
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Protecting Parker”

    1. So, my problem here is that this novel turned into something I wasn’t expecting. I like Parker. She’s tough, smart, no nonsense and funny. She’s been through hell and she’s not sure how to process it all, let alone how to support the people around her. I like some of Scott’s turns of phrase, too, particularly when she was writing Parker’s character. What I didn’t like was the way all the guys got together and chatted about her, figuring out how to protect Parker, from herself, from [...]

    2. Having served in the military some years ago, it is refreshing to see the relationships that women form with men while in serious situations be so well-written. A lot of times, women are branded as harlots if they have a lot of male friends and close relationships. The action is well-paced and edge of your seat and the romance is real. I love the bromance between the team, because you can truly see how much they care about each other and that's integral in the military during special ops. Lynne [...]

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