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I did research various combat-related disorders for Leo, the main character. He suffers not only from PTSD, but from something called "Moral Injury," which is when someone suffers harm to their moral conscience. This condition isn't spoken about much, and it emphasizes the psychological, cultural, and spiritual aspects of trauma.
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My rating: 5 of 5 stars
There’s a small Island of the Coast of Florida. known as Palmira Island, where the handsome and sexy Leo Villeneue has returned from Afghanistan as a War Veteran, hoping to avoid the pain of his past.
There while Leo is enjoying the beautiful beach where the sun shines making the sand look like diamonds and the ocean like heaven; Leo runs into the one woman he’s never forgotten: Jessica Clarke.
Leo and Jessica manage to rekindle their love and it was as hot and as steamy as the warm Florida sun. The only problem being is that sexy tattooed hunk, has a secret he can’t afford to give up.
It’s not just dealing with his PTSD, but Leo doesn’t want to ruin what he finally has gotten back. And Jessica is tickled with the fact that Leo is not bothered with the fact that she has put on a little weight, thus proving her does see her for physical attributes. Together they see one another without their faults, but are afraid of making mistakes.
As I read this book, I could see the ties into her last book, “Hot Shade” because the books are both about the Florida coast and how the beach and sex just coincide.
However, “Into the Heat” seemed quite a bit more eccentric to me, because I felt like the couple were more lifelike. People today aren’t shaped perfectly, and do come with problems such as PTSD, and therefore this gave the book a little more umph and made it much more plausible. I truly adored this book, and give it five stars without question. I love looking at it with a Military outlook, and second chances. This book is a true heart throb meant to happen. I am glad I able to read and review it! I most definitely enjoyed it!
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