Dawn’s Early Light

James Patterson s BookShots Short, fast paced, high impact entertainment I m not a hero Cam Warren is back from duty in Iraq He s haunted by what he s seen, and the only thing he wants is to be normal again especially when he sees Hayley Arsenault, the girl he left behind when he went off to war But how does a scarred soldier learn to let in love
Dawn s Early Light James Patterson s BookShots Short fast paced high impact entertainment I m not a hero Cam Warren is back from duty in Iraq He s haunted by what he s seen and the only thing he wants is to be normal

  • Title: Dawn’s Early Light
  • Author: Jessica Scott James Patterson
  • ISBN: 9781786531926
  • Page: 356
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Dawn’s Early Light”

    1. A battle scarred veteran wonders if he can go home again. He hates being called a hero, and depends on drugs and alcohol to accept the praise and honors from his family and friends. The one person who should run at the sight of him, is slowly trying to pull him back to the world, outside of war. A beautiful love story of recovery and strength.

    2. Dawn's Early LightCam and Haley were childhood sweethearts til war took Cam away. Ten years later he comes home a broken man. The one good thing Haley the one he left behind is still there for him. Both have ghost but can they work together and make it work and bury the past and live again?Good intense book. Haley had staying power that not all possess let's hope it's enough for both of them.

    3. What can I say?It's Jessica Scott and I'm a big fan. I would give print versions of her books to every soldier and his/her family just for the information she imparts on experiencing war.

    4. Thought provokingA good story detailing a person's reactions to leaving the army and learning to live with the aftermathearly explains the feelings and torments of dealing with life.

    5. This is a short and good story. Cam is having some sleep issues. After serving his country. With the help of Hayley she is tryingto help him.

    6. This was somber, a little drama but surprisingly sort of poignant? About what comes after the fighting is done and a soldier's struggle to acclimate to civilian life.

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