Swing Vote Safe Harbors 3 PDF ¸ Vote Safe Harbors

An IED blew up than Marc North's career as a Cobra pilot—it shattered his plans for marriage After being dumped by his girlfriend and spending than a year in rehab all he wants is to fly again He jumps at the chance to partner with a combat buddy in a helicopter sightseeing business Now in a boomtown in southern Utah Marc gets caught up with local politics And the local election official At work McKenzie Terkildsen struggles to keep control of a dangerously contentious election At home she shares the challenge of raising younger half brothers with her older step brother He complicates things by inviting a Marine buddy to stay with them while the two build a business together As a council member takes liberty with facts and stirs the already caustic election brew the last thing McKenzie needs is one guy messing up her life—or her heart


10 thoughts on “Swing Vote Safe Harbors 3

  1. says:

    I'm biased I know it I love these characters and I hope readers will too


  2. says:

    This heart warming book handles a numbers of topics that give the reader something to chew on Firstly the issue of wounded veterans and their struggles when they return from war There is only so much family can do for these men and women as ultimately they have to reach a point where they need to make new life choices and it’s never easy Mark finds a reprieve from stewing over the incident that almost destroyed his leg in the desert when his friend Ike persuades him to join him in starting up a venture Moving to the small town Mark realises that adjusting to a new life with Ike his sister Mackenzie and two younger brothers Caleb and Noah is not as simple as he at first thought On arrival he is confronted with prejudice and denigrated before he even has a chance to make his mark in the new town The attraction between Mark and Mackenzie is immediate but both parties are cautious about moving forward having had their fingers burnt The second contentious subject being dealt with is that of prejudice in a small town It never fails to amaze me that people will use anything as an excuse for prejudice whether it is religion race or in this case being a Newcomer or an Old timer of the town The tension between the two groups of people was palpable and led to disaster On an inspirational note the third area covered in this book is family and that one’s family doesn't have to be made up of blood relatives Marc’s family has already formed a nucleus of friends who are closer than blood relatives and Mackenzie finds herself being drawn into their midst together with her three brothers Donna Weavers brings out once again that it isn't necessary to have bedroom scenes as a filler in a book making this story one that can be read by most age groups I loved the main characters in this story and the addition of the two young rascals kept it light with hilarious moments Although this book is part of a series it is a standalone and ends on a very positive note I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review


  3. says:

    Oh my This book is full of so many good feelings make sure you have time to finish it once you pick it up because you won't want to put it down once you start The characters are very well written and you will be cheering them along the entire way It is thought provoking and as the mother of a veteran it brought me to tears at times but it was well worth all of them This is definitely a standalone since I have not read any of the others in this series and was not lost at all I'm not going to give anything away other than to say I definitely recommend this oneI have now had the pleasure of enjoying the previous books in this series and still deem this could be read or listened to as a standalone This time through was enjoyed by me as an audible and the narrator was perfection and still brought me to tears with all the emotion I enjoyed the first time through I still recommend itReceived this ARC for an honest review