Beneath The Surface 

SIGY GEORGE for Reedsy

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A kaleidoscope of human emotions that will have you crying, laughing and angry. A beautiful journey of love and self-discovery.

Over the years I have read many books. It's a rarity that a book takes me through varied emotions leaving me exhausted yet happy at the end. This is one of those books that leave you sad that it finished. I wanted the story to go on and on.

 

'Beneath The Surface', is aptly titled since what lies beneath the surface of the book is a riveting story about a mystery that gets entangled with a love story and an adorable dog. This book will have you in its grip from page one. Even though I have not read the first book of the series, this book can be read as a standalone too. Each page holds you captive and you find it impossible to put the book down.

Scars of the Past

Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

 

 

Scars of the Past is part of the Wounded Warrior series of novels penned by author B. K. Stubblefield. 

It is a work of fiction in the military genre and is aimed at older readers due to the presence of sensitive content such as themes of suicide. The book tells the tale of a wounded veteran who still carries the emotional toll of losing a leg and two of his fellow soldiers in an explosion.

During a cross-country walk in aid of veteran support, he meets a feisty young woman with emotional wounds of her own, and together the two tentatively explore whether they can overcome their scars and

come together.

Author B. K. Stubblefield has crafted a highly engaging and heartwrenching work of military fiction which encompasses plenty of romance and interpersonal drama to boot. Both Reid and Keira are well-crafted characters who are fully realized as individuals, and in

bringing them together the author is able to weave a wonderful tapestry in which we get to know them both inside and out. The close narrative style aids this, and there is a clear flair for realistic dialogue that adds to the emotionally raw quality of the tale. The novel also raises important questions about trauma, healing, and how relationships and mutual support can help in this touching journey.

I would highly recommend Scars of the Past for fans of realistic drama and romance with mind, heart, and soul well-considered as part of its structure.