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A Reason To Live (Reason Series Book 3) by [Smith, CP]
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WARNING: Author believes in soul mates and insta-love, proceed with caution if you're not a romantic at heart.

Love's greatest cure is salvation of one’s soul.

Shane Sherman has a problem. Well, two, actually. One has auburn hair and pale-green eyes, and the other? . . . Is a secret. One he doesn't want to talk about. But all that changes when Sage comes to town.

Sage Sloan is being stalked. So she runs to Trails End and the bravest man her sister said she'd ever met. Sergeant Shane Sherman.

Sparks fly, tempers flare, and bears misbehave as Shane and Sage find a way to coexist in Trails End. That is, until a killer comes to call. Then all bets are off. Shane isn't about to lose his saving grace.

This is the third and final book in the Reason Series. I highly recommend you read books one and two before "A Reason To Live."

Rated R for sexual content, language, and M for Maxine.

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  • Print Length: 268 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #153,412 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I have been along this amazing journey with CP Smith since she was writing her first book, A Reason To Breathe. And each and every book has gotten better.

A Reason To Live is no different.

Shane and Sage are connected in a way the nobody would want. Both emotionally broken, they have found their way to each other through horrible circumstances.

And what should be the worst thing for each of them could be their salvation.

Oh, my heart broke over and over for Shane. The things he has seen. The guilt he feels. I could physically feel the weight he was carrying as I read. It felt like a rock had been placed on my chest at times.

Sage is amazing. After what she has been through, after what she is going through she is strong and willful and just plain amazing. And just there for Shane, whether he wants her there or not.

I adored that, being set in Trails End, we got lots more of characters I have grown to love. Max and Mia and her bears. Maxine and her antics - Passion Party Poker anyone?

We also get more where it all began, in Gunnison with Jack and Jenn. Good to see things are still as crazy with them!

There is also a good dose of suspense that will have your heart racing, before you fall completely and utterly in love with anothe wonderful couple.

It is sad to see the Reasons series, come to an end, but I am looking forward to whatever Ms Smith brings us next.

I hope it is not too long before she brings us our next heartwarming story.
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I really enjoyed A Reason to Live. This series has a serious undertone, but the most memorable parts are the laugh out loud, crazy antics of the women and their dealings with the Queen of Trail Bend, Maxine. We’re meeting a hero that is dealing with guilt, PTSD and self-loathing, and a heroine who is recovering from the death of a loved one, childhood mental and physical abuse and her own guilt. But when it came to writing this review, all I could think about is Maxine and her glow in the dark dildos, cookies and cream cock-a-late suckers and her ability to trick three grown men into finding and believing in love. I suppose she’s just reinforcing a fact that I have learnt and acknowledged myself (way too many years too late mind you), MUM KNOWS BEST. I think that now I’m a mum myself, and my mum’s little bits of wisdom and advice are starting to pop out of my own mouth, that it’s finally sinking in. Let's hope my kids learn from my wisdom (wink, wink).

In A Reason to Live, we are introduced to Shane who is finishing up his stint in the army where he is serving in Afghanistan. With days left on his tour, a very bad bombing sees his own team lose lives. As the team leader, he wears their deaths on his very broad shoulders. He returns home burdened with the knowledge that his dreams of setting up his house, meeting, falling in love and living happily ever after with kids, maybe not be in his future if he can’t get past the guilt. To distract himself from his thoughts and nightmares, he works himself to exhaustion helping the people of his town and taking very little payment. He gives the outward appearance of a happy go lucky man, but only the ones who look deep in his eyes can see his true pain. At this stage, he’s just breathing…not living.

Sage’s life is under threat.
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