Even Heroes Cry (Fords of Nashville #1)


MILITARY:  Tesha, widowed by the war in the Middle East, is trying to rebuild her life and overcome the grief of losing her husband. After two years surrounded by the memories of the life she had built with him, she decides to open a bed and breakfast in small town Tennessee to provide a quiet place for war widows like herself to come to grieve and heal. Her new neighbor, Adam, is a military veteran suffering from the loss of his best friend, and severe PTSD caused by his time serving overseas. From the moment they meet the attraction is instant and intense. Working together to renovate Tesha’s new home, they open up about their pasts and it isn’t long before they are falling for one another.

Ms. McQueen writes an emotionally charged story of two people, devastated by the same war, trying to get their lives back together. She writes of her characters’ grief and loss in a way that has readers feeling the depth of their pain and sorrow while compassionately portraying the cost of war on those who serve and the loved ones they leave behind. Readers will find themselves rooting for Tesha and Adam as they both heal and overcome the traumas of their past and struggle to build their happily ever after.

Molly S. Daniels