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by Rachel Lee

  • ISBN: 0373483473
  • Category: United States
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Rachel Lee
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Silhouette (June 1, 1997)
  • ePub book: 1479 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1716 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 137


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A former military helicopter pilot, Vietnam veteran Billy Joe Yuma struggles to cope with his chilling memories of the war, until emergency flight nurse Wendy Tate sets out to bring solace and passion to the stubborn soldier. Reprint.


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FROM THE BACK COVER: Vietnam vet Billy Joe Yuma had come home from the war fighting for his sanity--and barely winning. Now he was a rescue pilot in need of a savior himself. And once emergency flight nurse Wendy Tate saw the dark memories lurking in his gorgeous eyes, she longed to help the rugged loner smile again. But Billy was sure no woman could breathe hope into a heart that had never made it home. He had nothing left to give--no love to match the powerful passions Wendy made him feel. But this stubborn soldier was about to learn just how wrong he could be.

REVIEW: Reading this book made me step back into my own past. Having friends and family members in the Vietnam conflict, I can assure you that the problems that Billy Joe Yuma and his mountain companions faced are very, very real. Rachel Lee approached these problems with honesty and grace, and through the characters of Billy Joe and Wendy, we get a glimpse of the real hell that war can be--and of the home front casualties as well. This was an exceptionally good book--one that I read over and over. It is tender and it is hard, and it's treatment of war veterans in a fictional setting is one of the best I have ever had the pleasure of reading.
Welen Welen
I read many, many books and I must say that this book was so outstanding I don't believe I will ever forget it. I am old enough to remember vividly the Vietnam War, and for that matter, the 2nd WW. It nearly broke my heart to think of the pain these men of that era endured during and long after the conflicts were over. Several times as a young woman I visited the Long Beach Naval Hospital and tried to comfort/entertain the injured. I really had no idea of the pain these men were in and would be in the rest of their lives. Anyone who reads this book will feel the things I've felt while reading it and be so happy for the characters in the story as well as extremely sad for the other men and their pain.
Gavinranadar Gavinranadar
Although I've yet to find a complete list,this book set me to trying to collect the entire series. I'm surprised no one has come up with a "listmania" list. I just ordrered "Destination Conard County" in hopes it may be the last so I can get a list of what I'm still missing.
My only complaint with this book was that it hinted at problems between Nate and Marge Tate who seem to be recurring characters throughout the series, but never gives any explanation or resolution. Since the heroine of this book was their eldest daughter, and it appears another daughter will star in "Destination",perhaps that plot line will get picked back up. If so, then I hope it is'nt the last book. I'd love to see more featuring "Cowboy" and some of Yuma's other friends and lost warriors from this book.
Oh yeah, it was pretty cool having a tough guy hero named Billie Joe.
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Fenrikree Fenrikree
This is an enjoyable read for anyone. As a wounded warrior myself, I read this while going through physical therapy just months after leaving the battle field in 2005. It is insightful and romantic. Set in the post-Vietnam era, the emotions, romance and struggles of this book can be related to any era. This is just a romance novel, but it helped me through my path for healing from PTSD and for helping and understanding my friend and fellow warrior (now husband) through his struggles. Every warrior has her or his own inner nightmares, and this book tells how patience, love, and understanding the un-understandable breaks through the emotional fortresses we put up. It's a beautiful romance that shows the heroism it takes to love a warrior.
Bukelv Bukelv
You go into this book for the romance and come out with more understanding and compassion for those who fight our wars and continue to suffer for it. For a relatively short book, it had a big impact.
This book stands tall on its own, separate from other Silhouette Intimate Moments Books I've read. Without losing the key elements that defines a romance novel, that is, it has the fallen hero who is saved by the love of a special woman. It has conflicts and sexual tension, and all the insecurities that comes with new love. The characters were so well developed that you feel you know them, and you want to be there in their little town, mixing with its interesting inhabitants.

What sets this book apart is the skilled, sensitive, and detailed way that Rachel Lee approached the suffering of those who has PTSD. She put a face, actually many faces, of what life is like for those who suffer from PTSD. I'm no expert on PTSD, and I don't know anyone who suffers from it, but if she is accurate in painting a picture of what PTSD can do to a person, I feel that I have new understanding I can take with me into life. Any book that changes the way you think has reached further than just a momentary escape.