I liked how the author portrayed Ellen as a sympathetic yet accountable character. The novel starts out with a bang-Ellen's husband has suddenly died. The military is rather unceremonious after his death and Ellen doesn't have long to collect herself and move on.
I liked how the book had flashbacks that helped me to understand Ellen's character more. I felt like I was a witness to her growth and maturity. The reader will see how Ellen suffered while her husband was repeatedly gone on duty and had to get used to PTSD and a bit of a dictatorship of her life. I felt bad for Ellen, but still thought of her as a strong character. I felt horrible for her when she thought that a certain secret she kept may have contributed to her husband's demise. This book is recommended for adult readers.
3 1/2 Stars
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