Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Book Review: The Wounded warrior's Wife

Whitleigh Cromwell was looking forward to her husband coming home from deployment. She was not foreseeing the changes that this would bring into her life. she had to deal with the return of her husband, the memories that he has of the war, and how to deal with forgiveness. There are also war wounds to help with, those that can and cannot be seen.

Having a young husband and father in my family who serves in the military, I know from his wife and family the feelings that his deployment and his return brings to everyone in the family.

This story is a touching one that I think all families, whether they have a member of the military in their family or not, should read this book and think of those that do serve. 

I was given this book by the author and by in exchange for my honest review. 

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