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Tattered Wings

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Some scars can't be seen. And some can't be hidden.

Layla Trent's life is pretty much perfect, except for the little matter of a dog of her ownand maybe a brother. So why does a random nightmare of a princess dress, a hospital, and a stranger who's definitely not her daddy feel more like an aching wound? And can a broken, glassy-eyed puppy somehow help her release the pain
Published February 28th 2020

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Oh my word....this book hurt. I was in tears quite a few times and it just pained me to see first hand what these brave men and women go through daily. Kassie, being an Army-kid, writes this beautiful story that grabs your heart from the first page and keeps it. I loved everything about this book.

Andrew and Layla had such different but oh so alike in some ways. Andrew....poor Andrew, my heart ached for him so many times. I loved epilogue though and it made me so happy. There are men and women
Okay. So um. That hurt.


When I say I jumped at the chance to read and review this book, know that I mean that in the strongest sense possible without meaning that I actually physically jumped on something.

I mean, c'mon. A girl with dreams of a painful memory she can't place. A soldier who loses all that gives his life meaning. Dozens of little instances that just made me smile. And there's a doga darling Golden Retriever. Does this book have my name written all over it or what? (Again, not
Kaitlyn S.
I was blessed to be able to beta read this last year, and I waited eagerly for the last few chapters of the book to be written . . . and now it has.
And boy, was it ever worth the wait!
This book was so good, and so well written, that I fell in love with it -- in it's not-yet-finished, still-needing-edits form. And now, completed, almost published, and all gussied up, it was amazing!

This story is about a young lady, Layla Trent, and her desire for a dog, and the Lord's provision in the least
Angie Thompson
*eyes book* *eyes review space* *throws up hands helplessly*

How, how, how do you review a book like this? A book that just about drowned me in puddles of my own tears but that I still love with a passion? A book that deals with hard situations that I've never experienced even indirectly but that's gotten me so protective of "my Army guys" that I just want to salute them and hug on them all at the same time? A book with characters that are so strong and so broken and so utterly real that I'm
Penny Wood
Jan 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Tattered Wings is the story of Layla, a young girl with a half-remembered past, and the three-legged dog who helps her to discover her heroes. Our characters in this story are, of course, Layla Trent, who's sixteen years old and troubled by memories she gained as a toddler. Then there's her dog, Ranger, who lost a leg in an accident and is now learning to live again. And finally, there's Andrew Reynes, a young airborne ranger struggling with both mental and physical pain. Of course, there's a ...more
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