Dr. Ashlee Logan’s world changed forever on a snowy December night in Boston. She has spent the last two years on the road, trying to escape the memory of that fateful night. With only her Great Dane, Drake, as her companion, she has worked her way across country from the Atlantic to the Pacific, working as an ER physician along the way.
While serving her country, former Navy doctor Dale Parker had her life shattered in a single moment on a hot, windswept desert roadside. Now, three years later, although her physical wounds have healed, Dale is forever changed by the experience. Struggling with her self-image, she has dedicated her second chance at life to helping other wounded veterans.
LA Metropolitan Hospital brings the two women together. Drawn together as kindred spirits, neither wants to face the stirring of emotions the other woman invokes.
Together can Dale and Logan move past the horrific events of their pasts, or are they forever destined to be… Wounded Souls?
This is a difficult book for me to review — Did I enjoy the story? Yes. Did I like the characters? Yes. Would I read more from this author in the future? Yes.
But there was just something that felt missing for me. It felt, at times, that the story dragged on a bit.
I did love how Dale and Logan are so opposite of each other and they are both hiding from their pasts. Afraid to allow them to come into their “real world”. It was great to be able to follow along as they both opened up, and even more as Logan was able to come to terms with what happened in her past.
I don’t want to say too much about that because I don’t want to give away any spoilers, (and that is a super big spoiler).
Overall, I would say that I would recommend this book if you are looking for a story about over-coming your past, and accepting your present and realizing that good things can happen to people.