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Wounded Souls by RJ Nolan

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Book Six in The L.A. Metro Series

Author: RJ Nolan

Description

Dr. Ashlee Logan’s world changed forever on a snowy December night in Boston. She has spent the last two years on the road, trying to escape the memory of that fateful night. With only her Great Dane, Drake, as her companion, she has worked her way across country from the Atlantic to the Pacific, working as an ER physician along the way.

While serving her country, former Navy doctor Dale Parker had her life shattered in a single moment on a hot, windswept desert roadside. Now, three years later, although her physical wounds have healed, Dale is forever changed by the experience. Struggling with her self-image, she has dedicated her second chance at life to helping other wounded veterans.

LA Metropolitan Hospital brings the two women together. Drawn together as kindred spirits, neither wants to face the stirring of emotions the other woman invokes.

Together can Dale and Logan move past the horrific events of their pasts, or are they forever destined to be…Wounded Souls?

 

Additional information

Publication Date

March 2016

Formats

epub, mobi, and pdf

Edition

1st

Length

87,000 words

Language

English

ISBNs

978-3-95533-586-1 (mobi), 978-3-95533-587-8 (epub), 978-3-95533-588-5 (pdf)

Publisher

Ylva Publishing

3 reviews for Wounded Souls by RJ Nolan

  1. Kalabash
    Rated 4 out of 5

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    Good story. It was difficult to put the book down before reading the end… R.J. Nolan makes me want to read more of her books.

  2. Jude
    Rated 4 out of 5

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    And another 4*!

    I’ve said it before, I love the way R. J. Nolan doesn’t shy away from sensitive issues and how delicately she deals with them. Some of the issues she decides to write about should make her books difficult to read but they don’t, they just make the characters stronger. Very empowering.

  3. Betty Harmon
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    I actually felt a little sad as I finished reading Wounded Souls (L.A. Metro 3) by R.J. Nolan. I’m sad because I’ve become invested in the characters and the stories in this series, and I know that this is the last in from this series. These characters have become like good friends that I’m afraid I may not see again.

    In Wounded Souls we are again at L.A. Metropolitan Hospital where we meet two doctors who work in Emergency. Former Navy doctor Dale Parker has worked the night shift in the ER since she’s physically recovered from wounds she sustained in the desert of Afghanistan. Ashlee Logan is hired as a temporary ER doctor to cover a doctor who is forced to go on an early maternity leave. Logan has worked her way from Boston to L.A. over the past two years with only her Great Dane Drake as her companion. Both women are still recovering from traumas that have changed their lives completely in many ways, both physically and emotionally. Both are also dealing with insecurities that could affect a budding attraction and possible relationship between the two.

    I really enjoyed reading their story. It is a heartwarming tale that will leave you smiling and possibly shedding tears at the same time. Ms. Nolan did a superb job developing these characters with their back stories and the effects those pasts have on their present. I loved how the secondary characters, their friends, co-workers, and even Drake the Great Dane helped the two overcome their pasts and come together as a couple. It’s just a beautiful story and is going into my favorites folder.
    I always believe that if you are going to read a book from a series, you should start at the beginning of the series and work your way through. I encourage you to do that with the L.A. Metro series. They are all great stories. However, I will mention that this book actually could be read as a standalone story. The characters from the other books do show up here as secondary characters, but it is not necessary to know their stories to read this book. I am very glad that I read the books and stories in order, and I encourage you to do the same.

    I received this book as an ARC from Ylva Publishing for an honest review.

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