Title :

Ember Skies

Author :

Nicky Crawford

Series :


Rating :

5 Stars

Blurb :

Ember strives to keep up her personae as the perfect military wife, nurse, and mother. She hosts cookouts, attends military events, and keeps an infectious smile on her face whenever she is around others. The secrets she keeps lie between the walls of her home, where her husband, Austin, drinks away his problems and asserts his dominance over Ember, physically. When Dalton Bates transfers to Austin’s unit, he wants nothing more than to rid Ember of her pain and to be with her. Dalton’s charm, compassion, and the undeniable way he makes Ember feel, sends her into a cloud of confliction. Dalton relentlessly pursues Ember, desperate to take her pain away and to make her happy, but when tragedy threatens to destroy Ember’s fragile heart even more, she is faced with an endless amount of uncertainty.Can Ember’s heart survive the overwhelming situations that consistently knock her down or will the pain send her crashing to the ground? All she wants is to feel again, to be whole, loved; but is a happily ever after written in the skies or will the dark clouds destroy her?

Review : T

his book is an eye-opener! Talking about your feelings after just finishing this book is not easy. Thanks to the awesome writing-style by Nicky Crawford, building up a connection to the story itself but also to its characters is surprisingly easy. The key to it? Definelty all these emotions that make this story so special. For me the most important thing about reading a book is when after finishing the book, I still can’t stop thinking about it. Thinking about what the characters might do thinking about what could have been different if the characters would have made different decisions. This was definetly the case with this book! In my opinion this is not only a “book”, it’s this special kind of book that you will remember even after reading a lot of other awesome books. Because there is still a difference between an awesome book and a book like this one. Thanks for giving us the chance to read the ARC, Nicky Crawford.

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