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Brandon McCollugh returns home after a road-side bomb ends his military career and takes his lower left leg. For him, learning to walk again is accompanied by trying to find a purpose in life. A job with the local landscaper, however, planting flowers and getting dirty, helps Bran rebuild his confidence, and meeting music teacher Donald Frost opens possibilities for a ...more
ebook, 92 pages
Published August 22nd 2010 by Amber Allure (first published August 19th 2010)
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Lily
Sep 13, 2010 Lily rated it really liked it
3.5 stars

After a roadside bomb ends his military career Brandon McCollugh returns to his hometown and the comfort of his mother's house. Accompanying her to church one Sunday he meets Don, the Pastor's handsome nephew. The two men quickly form a friendship that over time becomes much more.

Lift Your Voice is a well-written story with protagonists that were interesting and likable. I especially liked the character of Brandon. He's a career military man who suddenly faces an uncertain future but ne
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Vicktor Alexander
Nov 04, 2011 Vicktor Alexander rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: M/M Romance Group, Everyone
I really, REALLY loved this story. I think it's because I identified with both Brandon and Don. I was put in a wheelchair and given a cane after an accident with a weapon ended my military career and I understood Brandon's fight to return to a life as normal as he could make it. The desire to still be useful, to not be pitied, but to still have people show compassion, most of all, that desire, that NEED to find someone who will love you in spite of your physical limitations. As far as Don, I ...more
Ami
Jan 14, 2011 Ami rated it liked it
3.5 stars
While lacking of emotional conflict -- the relationship is pretty smooth due to accepting adults (a mother in Bran's case and an uncle in Don's) and seems welcoming townspeople; Bran and Don do not really show internal conflict as well, even if T.A. Chase clues in on Bran's PTSD or worry of his scar/stump or Don being a virgin and a bit shy. It doesn't really show, the boys are (in my opinion) going into their relationship pretty easy.

BUT, I think both characters are wonderful. I can ea
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Jess Candela
3.5 stars. This was a perfectly good story, and I liked it, but it somehow came across as more amateurish than I expect from TA Chase. I usually like her books, and I liked this one, but it wasn't up to the standard I've come to expect of her.

I can't point to exactly what gave me that impression, something to do with some of the word choices, I think. What was revealed, when, and how. Or something like that. That narrows it down, right? ;)

I just know that several times I found myself rolling my
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Alina
Oct 18, 2011 Alina rated it it was amazing
Very sweet and heartwarming story! I loved it :)
Both Brandon and Danald are really strong, brave and I loved how perfectly they fit together.
Elisa Rolle
Lift Your Voice is maybe a too optimistic novella, very much about good feelings and pink glasses perspective, but it’s also a nice and comfortable story that warms your heart.

It’s about two men, with different, tragic experiences in their past, but both of them managed to make a new life, and now they are ready to love. Brandon is a former soldier who had his leg amputated after he was involved in a bomb explosion in Iraq, and with the loss of his leg he lost also his plans for his future. Bra
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Wendy Ann
This story is heartwarming and pretty much conflict free. It’s the type of book to read when you need a pick-me-up or something that leaves you feeling warm and fuzzy. I love reading about characters who have struggled in life but ultimately find that someone who makes them feel special and cherished no matter what. You won’t go wrong reading about Don and Brandon’s story!
Brenda (b)
The first word that pops into my mind after reading this book is nice. It was a nice story and the characters were nice. I liked it but I felt as if there was just a little something missing. There were also a couple of places where it seemed like the scene skipped a bit. Otherwise, it was a sweet story, no big conflicts or controversies involved.
Mandy*reads obsessively*
This story has 2 MC's with quite a bit of baggage. Bran is recovering from a roadside bomb taking his leg and PTSD, and Don was kicked out of his family for being gay.
I really wanted to love this story, because hey,I love baggage! :)
I liked it, but didn't love it!
It was just a bit too good to be true!
Snowtulip
Dec 29, 2011 Snowtulip rated it really liked it
Shelves: m-m
Sometimes I love to read stories in which two characters that have difficulties in life actually find love and happiness. This is one of those times that it just made me feel like I cuddled into a warm blanket. Short, sweet, happy read.
Anna
Aug 11, 2012 Anna rated it liked it
Bran comes home fron the war with one leg less, when he follows his mother to church he hears a beautiful voice, Dons voice.
Cherie Noel
Nov 09, 2010 Cherie Noel rated it it was amazing
I am so thankful that TA Chase chose to become a writer. Books like this one, sweet and sexy, smart and strong--they just need to be written. Bravo TA.
Brenda Maldonado
Feb 21, 2011 Brenda Maldonado rated it really liked it
A short"ish" story that was sweet, hot and satisfying. The perfect read before bedtime.

There was some insta-love going on, but I kind of liked it!
Marsha Spence
Jan 20, 2011 Marsha Spence rated it it was amazing
This was the first TA Chase story I read and loved it. It was well written and I love how the relationship was handled.
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Birte
Apr 07, 2013 Birte rated it liked it
This was just too sweet and schmaltzy for my taste. Sure this is a romance novel, but a little more depth would have been nice
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Oct 25, 2014 Jayded rated it liked it
Shelves: m-m-read
Overall I enjoyed this book, I think really, my only issue with it was it was too short to deal properly with the issues introduced.
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