Review of Cain’s Salvation

March 6, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★

Review of Cain’s SalvationCain's Salvation by Sarah O'Rourke
on 1/2/14
Genres: Erotica, Military, Romance
Pages: 169
Format: eARC
When Dr. Cain Turner's life was literally blown apart in a small province of Afghanistan, it was only the hope and memories of one woman that propelled him forward. But there were more demons to face.

In the small country hamlet of Paradise, Tennessee...Faith waits. Surrounded by her loving sisters, Faith McKinnon had faced her own demons, having thought that the love of her life had deserted her.

But fate...and a few meddling McKinnon sisters...conspired to bring the two star-crossed lovers together again.
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Tana’s Review:

I thoroughly enjoyed every second of this book, and I know for a lot of men and women that have served this country they can relate to the side effects of war that Cain had to face. Sarah O’Rourke did a beautiful job of telling the story of Cain and Faith. Often times when you think of war or what is happening in the Middle East we don’t think of how the families or even of the soldiers are effected when they return home. I thought that Cain’s Salvation showed that no matter how bad you think this war is that it is so much worse than you could ever imagine.
Cain is a sexy doctor (que McDreamy sequence) who is called to war to serve 15 months away from the woman he loves. Cain doesn’t think of this as a bad thing he just thinks of this as a slight detour to spending every day of the rest of his life with the love of his life. He couldn’t have been more wrong. During his time in the Desert he changed, he saw and did things that scarred him both physically and mentally. Not knowing how to handle everything he’s endured he does something that he thought at the time was what he had to do, he broke Faith’s heart.
Faith is a woman after my own heart she is a no nonsense, don’t take crap from no one kinda woman. She has had great losses in her short life, but none cut her deeper than losing Cain. She had her sister’s: Patience, Harmony, and Honor to ground her and be her rock to hold her up even when she didn’t want to go on, but no one could ever fill the void that Cain left with one single badly written letter. **Spoiler Alert** Cain does make it back to his home town but he is a shell of the man that he used to be; time and war has changed him. One thing that didn’t and would never change is the love he has for Faith. His mission is to right his wrongs and be the man that Faith loves and deserves. The million dollar question here though is; will Cain get his Salvation?





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