Danny Flynn has returned home from three tours of duty. He suffers with
severe PTSD. He's not sure he can be a part of society ever again. He's
afraid he might hurt someone when flashbacks occur. Alex Dugan served
along side Danny and wants to help him. He encourages him to join a
veterans' group from Whitcomb University, where Danny plans to be a
student in the fall. Will he become part of the group or continue in his
I have read the other two books in the
series (Battlefield of the Heart and Trust of the Heart) and loved both
stories, so when I saw Wounds of the Heart, I knew I wanted to read it.
After reading it however, I really feel like this should have been a
prologue to Battlefield of the heart or a free introduction to the
series. I'm sorry to say there's not really much content except an
introduction to the folks you find in Battlefield of the Heart. In my
opinion you don't need to read this to enjoy the rest of the series. I
didn't think it added anything extra. I do however love the cover.
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