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The Barman and the SEALA Navy SEAL with PTSD, a Barman starting a new life. Maybe they can find love in Ellery. Travis Baranski, Navy SEAL, is the first veteran to attend the Ellery Mountain Veteran's Center. He is having a hard time coming to terms with what he had seen and what he has done. When he has a very public meltdown in Ellery's store, it is Avery Gideon who stepThe Barman and the SEALA Navy SEAL with PTSD, a Barman starting a new life. Maybe they can find love in Ellery. Travis Baranski, Navy SEAL, is the first veteran to attend the Ellery Mountain Veteran's Center. He is having a hard time coming to terms with what he had seen and what he has done. When he has a very public meltdown in Ellery's store, it is Avery Gideon who steps up to the plate and helps him. Avery Gideon, a man cut off from his family for being gay, runs the only bar in town-The Alibi-and listens to many a person's problems whilst trying to forget his own. He sees something in the wounded warrior who needs a friend and very soon finds himself falling in love with Travis. Nothing will deter him from helping Travis, or from making Travis see he's still capable of loving Avery in return. The Agent and the Model Michael comes home to Ellery to face his past, only his present keeps intruding in the form of his agent Alex Casey, who won't take no for an answer. Michael Hardin is back in Ellery to face his past. The victim of a hate crime, he has memories that lie just out of his reach and nightmares that won't leave him alone. Alex Casey loves Michael but he completely ruined everything by treating Michael like someone who needed to be wrapped in cotton wool. Can Michael discover more about his past and find love with Alex?...

Title : Ellery Mountain: Volume Three
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ISBN : 34069109
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 389 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Ellery Mountain: Volume Three Reviews

  • Tiferet
    2018-08-23 07:21

    This one is a bit of a mixed bag for me - the barman/SEAL one is probably my favourite of the series so far, with all its gentle PTSD related H/C and characters easing into sex very carefully, while the model/agent one would be the least favourite, partially because I’m not particularly into second chances trope, partially because it abandoned the suspense element completely, even though Michael’s backstory could have lent itself to it perfectly. We also got a several years long time skip between those books, and while it was nice to see all the past couples happy together I really counted on more soldiers’ stories before we got to Mickey.