Coming To Terms When Aidan Sterling has been to hell and back doing his duty to his country who will help him come to terms with what happened Sometimes inevitably life hits a snag What if love turns up at the sam

  • Title: Coming To Terms
  • Author: A.R. Moler
  • ISBN: 1020130165
  • Page: 400
  • Format: ebook
  • When Aidan Sterling has been to hell and back doing his duty to his country, who will help him come to terms with what happened Sometimes, inevitably, life hits a snag What if love turns up at the same time Aidan Sterling s life has hit one of those moments the times when things might just change whether he wants it to or not Outside of the inherent paranoia of his actiWhen Aidan Sterling has been to hell and back doing his duty to his country, who will help him come to terms with what happened Sometimes, inevitably, life hits a snag What if love turns up at the same time Aidan Sterling s life has hit one of those moments the times when things might just change whether he wants it to or not Outside of the inherent paranoia of his active career in covert ops, he s recovering from some serious physical and emotional trauma from a mission gone disastrously wrong His bosses aren t sure if he s up to returning to active fieldwork and neither is he And Kris Jameson is the kind of guy who ll take the time to understand and care about Aiden He s a regular guy with a large heart Kris is a carpenter and a part time bouncer, easy going and hardworking But not all danger can be found overseas, and nice guys aren t always safe even here at home.

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    1. I am a huge fan of A.R Moler because she does such a good job writing hurt healing comfort stories a particular favorite genre of mine with characters who work in dangerous and exciting professions Professions like military, police officers and firefighters.Coming to Terms is the story of Department of Defense operative Aidan Sterling who is home on medical leave after suffering a huge physical and emotional tragedy He meets all around good Samaritan and every gay man s wet dream, Kris Jameson, [...]


    2. Based on the summary alone, it should have been a good set up for a hurt comfort story Unfortunately, for me, it falls short, and I can only think of it as an okay so so story instead I do wonder if it s probably due to the length it only has 17,000 words in my Kindle, it s translated into about 50 pages I think if it s expanded into at least novella length, it will be able to dig deeper into Aidan s journey to healing while building new relationship with Kris.Because it is short, it lacks that [...]


    3. This was my first book by A.R Moler, and it definitely won t be my last What a wonderful story this was about a special ops soldier home recovering and trying to deal with his PTSD issues I was right there with Kris hoping Aidan would feel comfortable enough to share details Kris was wonderful and so understanding, thanks, in part, to his brother, Wyatt, having to deal with similar PTSD issues I really wish this was a longer, in depth story because it felt like it just barely wet my whistle Wh [...]


    4. I do like this author s work a great deal and this story was no exception Anytime someone has PTSD or any kind of mental illness, it irks me to no end that they are either not treating it and magically cured by love, or once they meet someone, all the symptoms disappear and in this case it wasn t that The horrible things he experienced were still there, even though he met someone It helps but it doesn t cure If the shattered alpha who needs some TLC is your thing, this a good choice.


    5. I m becoming a fast fan of this author Great characters, wonderful, supportive relationship showing people dealing with real problems hurt comfort, yay , not some stupid big misunderstandings and other cliches Absolutely loved it and I know I may be the only one, but the length was perfect for me all was said and showed without it become repetetive and drawn out.Awesome short story



    6. This review can be found at The Blogger Girls review site.Aidan Sterling is struggling to get his life back to normal after being a prisoner of war when he meets Kris, the Good Samaritan who helps him jump his car and then just happens to be at the same party later that night Suspicious of Kris being a spy at first, it s not long before Kris charm and concern breaks down Aidan s wariness What starts out as a thank you beer turns into something much when the attraction between them becomes obvio [...]


    7. This was a short story, but it was full of great moments I loved how Kris could read Aidan so well from the beginning of their relationship He seemed to instinctively know exactly what the man needed and how to make him comfortable The two men forged a bond that won t soon be broken Hopefully the author will have pity on us and write a follow up because I would love to see where these two end up.Full Review


    8. another great read about hurt comfort, aiden has been on mission he has been tortured now sort of healing, but still has flashback on the road to recovery meets Kris Kris knows sort of the signs of Ptsd and would like to help him through These guys have a way to go before they both get to where they wanns be and i hope they get there.


    9. 3.5 stars Doing the emotional stuff well PTSD good Ending abrupt Aiden never said he loved Chris Felt codependent HFN not HEA.




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