Dont Call Me Hero Don’t Call Me Hero #1 PDF ✓

Dont Call Me Hero Don’t Call Me Hero #1 It’s been over a year since Cassidy Miller retired from the United States Marine Corps but try telling that to her nightmares She knew that coming back after eight years in a war zone wouldn’t be easy but she’d underestimated the real difficulties of transitioning back to civilian life War is hell but the aftermath is endless Looking for a fresh start she’s left her friends and career in Minneapolis to be a police officer in northern Minnesota It’s in the tiny town of Embarrass where she learns about Julia Desjardin The city prosecutor is cool professional and untouchable But she and Cassidy have history and Cassidy isn’t going to let her easily forget that For all their surface differences Cassidy and Julia have in common than they first realized—both are reluctant to hand over their pasts to be judged and studied But it might take someone just as damaged as the other to help each cope with the skeletons in their respective closets

10 thoughts on “Dont Call Me Hero Don’t Call Me Hero #1

  1. says:

    I am uite familiar with MsLentzski's standalones and always developed a crush on her leads' love interests For someone who hates love triangle I don't mind being the other woman Fragmented Raleigh Bittersweet Homecoming Charlotte Sunscreen and Coconuts KateLatest addition Don't Call Me A Hero Julia The author has another ta

  2. says:

    This was my first Eliza Lentzski book and it hit all the right notes Brilliant story compelling characters enough zigs and zags to keep you guessing even though you know it's going to be a HEA At least I hoped it was I went into this not expecting to be blown away but I was wrong There aren't many lesfic books that come alon

  3. says:

    Review of ‘Don’t Call me Hero’ by Eliza Lentzski Audiobook narrated by Lori PrinceI’ve read this book years ago and liked it so I decided to listen to the audiobook narrated by Lori Prince This is a very enjoyable story that balances action police investigation courtroom drama family conflict opposites attraction and

  4. says:

    I can't believe I just got around to reading this book So glad I finally did Great read that is relatively face paced and was a great book to escape intoCassidy Miller is a Marine Corps veteran After serving two tours in Afghanistan she heads home and enrolls in the Minneapolis police academy After a year on the job the horror

  5. says:

    Two ladies with broken pasts One with PTSD from Marine duty one from family lossesdrama They find each other due to strange rather awkwardly conjured up circumstances find out they have a helluva lot of chemistry together yet the fractures of their past make for tenuous reading because the story just isn't pieced together well

  6. says:

    I almost ALMOST gave it 5 stars but decided on 4 for just a few reasonsGod Eliza Lentzski is such a talented writer Her books are always beautiful they're so easy to read the writing flows and the dialogues feel real Cassidy is so lovely I fell in love with her the minute I read about her She's the perfect paradoxical mix of str

  7. says:

    On the one hand I was pretty sucked in It's a first person narrative and I liked the main character I thought the break up was brilliant so much delicious angst But the reconciliation and the ending were a bit too fast for me I guess I'm still feeling angry and betrayed by Julia Oh and Julia is a classic ice ueen if you like that

  8. says:

    Loved this book I read it in one shot so well written with perfect pacing I couldn't put it downWhen I first read the synopsis I thought the characters sounded much like an SVU fanfic with Olivia a cop with emotional baggage and Alex Cabot the city prosecutor a rich ice princess in stiletto heels designer suits I was right about t

  9. says:

    Not the best romance or PTSD themed book I've ever read but well written and still definitely worth the read I had trouble caring about either of the MC's especially Julia but it still worked for the most part35 stars rounded down to 3

  10. says:

    There's the thing Many authors like to write in first POV Some of them or a lot of them suck at that to put it nicely Then there are those who know what they're doing And that's Eliza Lentzski case All her books are in first POV And while I'm not a fan of that with her I wouldn't want it any other wayThis was an amazing book Eliza d

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