SAFE DISTANCE, SOLIDER'S HEART, and SOLID GROUND
Release: June 22, 2015, March 29, 2016, and November 17, 2016
All three titles are available in Kindle Unlimited
Reviewed by: Jaime
Hello. . . Hey. . . Are you ready?
Here it goes.
The first review, from me.
This series is new to me: Wounded Love series by Megan Green. It’s a military romance. They are inter-connected standalones. These books delve into some pretty profound issues, but Megan Green approaches them with the care and justice they deserve.
The series starts off with SAFE DISTANCE. You meet Ryan, a soldier, gearing up to ship out again. Haylee, a marketing exec, has a traumatic past and it still affects her. They continue battling demons from their past yet when they find each other, they build a solid foundation of friendship. I think that Megan Green did a wonderful job of switching between the dual POV’s so we could understand Ryan and Haylee. She weaves the past into these stories without fanfare. You can’t help but root for these characters.
Next is SOLIDER'S HEART. Isaiah, a Green Beret, was discharged six months prior and he’s on the precipice of depression. Isaiah’s suffers from PTSD. Emma, owns a kennel where she trains dogs as service animals for veterans, Isaiah scoffs at the suggestion of a therapy dog. Once again, Megan Green writes about these broken characters you just want to scoop up and hug. Isaiah and Emma have such a bond, it was like watching two friends finally get what they deserve.
Last, but not least, SOLID GROUND, a second-chance romance. Joey, another Army veteran, and his ex-girlfriend, Nichole. Joey moves back to his hometown and is a police officer. He stumbles upon Nichole, opening up old wounds and the past. Nichole isn’t in a good situation at home. She’s protecting her son and whatever cost to her. Joey and Nichole know from the past that never really got their chance at happiness. Maybe it’s time for them to shine brightly.
This series was poignant and refreshing, Megan Green doesn’t shy away from tough topics but she talks about them with such grace. At the end of every book, you are rooting for these characters. I sure was.
Dive in, soak them up and enjoy.