Friday, March 6, 2015

Review: Enforcer by Ryleigh Rhodes


Publication Date: July 4, 2014
Rating: 4.5 Stars 


Official Blurb: 

After surviving Iraq, Claire finally has her life on track. The nightmares have stopped along with her need for physical therapy. She has friends and a husband she wouldn't trade for the world. Nearing the end of her residency, tragedy strikes with the loss of her husband in Afghanistan. Friends rally around her, but will her heart ever fully recover? Left to pick up the pieces and raise her twins alone, Claire, struggles to rebuild herself.



This was my first book by Ryleigh and I really enjoyed it. There were parts in this book that I laughed out loud and also parts that literally hard me in tears. This book hit close to home for me. Being a military wife is very hard and the struggle Claire went through broke my heart.

When the book starts, Claire is very pregnant with twins. Her husband is deployed and she is with her friends waiting for the babies to come. When Claire got the news about her husband my heart was in pieces. I could not image the pain and struggle she had to go through. Not only that she then had to bring her two children into the world without a father. But one thing I loved about Claire is she was a fighter and never gave up.

One of my favorite things about this book is that Claire’s friends played a huge part of her life and also a pretty big part in the book. They were always there to help her and actually brought Clay into her life. I really liked Clay from the beginning. I was pulling for these two to get it together.


I am not one for spoilers so if you are looking for a quick read this is the one for you. Be prepared for a little laughing, crying, and lots of wonderful friendships. I look forward to more from this author. 

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