It is no secret that Jill Lynn is one of my “go-to” authors. I don’t even read the blurb, I just know I’m gonna love it. So here is my review of her latest.
The Veteran’s Vow was a refreshing read for me because I got to see a glimpse of what service dogs really do. Margo almost stole the show….in a good way, almost. I mean Behr only just bested him in stealing the spotlight, but it was close in my book.
Ellery and Behr’s story was compelling and I pretty much could not put the book down until I knew what was going to happen with them and their dogs. Along with Fletcher, her nephew, there is much character growth in this story, and Jill packs in her signature humor – which I love.
Pick up a Jill Lynn book today, anyone will do, but if you love dogs, get this one today. You won’t regret it.
The book was provided by the publisher. My opinion is my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Could his biggest fear be what he needs to heal?
After a traumatic brain injury, military vet Behr Delgado refuses the one thing that could help him—a service dog. But Ellery Watson is sure the perfect pup will change Behr’s life and offers to work with him one-on-one. As Behr sets about overcoming his fears, Ellery’s surprised to find herself opening up about her troubled nephew. Will family obligations force them to deny what’s in their hearts?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Melony Teague writes contemporary romance with a dash of humor, she loves to inspire and motivate others through her written words, and she believes everyone has a story to tell. Melony is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and The Word Guild. She is the co-author of As the Ink Flows, a devotional for authors. Her fiction debut, A Promise to Keep released, Jan 21, 2020. Melony was born in South Africa and now lives in Toronto with her handsome husband, their two teenagers, and does the bidding of her two adorable cats.
“A delightful romance sure to please anyone looking for a story about second chances, grace, and hope. This one has all the right ingredients!”
—Catherine West, award-winning author of Where Hope Begins