Cole (For the Love of a Good Woman, #2). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Cole (For The Love Of A Good Woman #2)

Cole by Giulia Lagomarsino

My rating: 4 of 5 stars.

Cole 

After leaving the military as a Marine Scout Sniper, he suffered from PTSD and was barely functioning most days. Nightmares plagued him most nights and it took him three years to be a functioning part of society. While out running off a nightmare, he finds a woman stumbling out of the woods, barely alive. She looks to him for protection. She looks to him to save her. Can he overcome his own demons to keep the woman he is falling in love with out of the hands of a killer? 

Alex 

She has suffered through her parents being murdered in front of her. She spent years in foster care, shuffled from one unloving home to the next. Now she’s been kidnapped and if she doesn’t figure out how to escape, she will die at the hands of the man who killed her parents. She needs someone to protect her and love her. Can Cole be that man or will her kidnapper find her and take her from the man she has come to love?

Cole

Dark and twisty.

Almost like a soap opera, sometimes you wonder just how many awful things can happen to one person in a lifetime Cole finds Alex running in the woods after escaping a serial killer who had held her and tortured her for five months, the same one who had killed her parents in front of her when she was a small child.

He is not finished without her yet, though as she is safe with Cole, the killer is out there searching for her. Planning his next game and never letting her go. The story is about two people overcoming tremendous odds and obstacles to be together. PTSD plays a major part in both of their stories. There is a lot of angst and drama as well as nightmares and actual scares.

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