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Embattled Minds

Narrated by: Eric G. Dove
Series: Lost and Found Series, Book 2
Length: 4 hrs and 10 mins
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Zeke Foster has little to no experience with women over the past couple of years, after being injured in Afghanistan. Brutally scarred, he has no expectation that he'll ever find a woman capable of accepting him the way he is. But he can't help but be enamored of Ember, the waitress of a local watering hole.

Ember Norton's life has turned into one devastating catastrophe after another. When the scarred soldier with the kind eyes brings some security to her life, she's afraid to trust her luck. She's been self-sufficient for a long time. But his wounded soul calls to her, and she finds herself falling for him in spite of the secrets he continues to keep.

©2013 J.M. Madden (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • Pat Whitesell
  • 17-11-2018

Love is blind to scars

Zeus is dealing with facial scars and shuddering due to a traumatic brain injury received when he served in the Marines. He feels women could not be interested in him because his girl walked out on him while he was in the hospital after seeing his injuries. Amber is working in the bar she runs with her father and has problems of her own. She is a single mother that has to move out of her father's home. Zeke helps her and they become close. It takes a while for him to realize that Amber really is not bothered by his scars. She sees him for the man he is. It is a love story that also shows the issues our wounded warriors deal with. It shows how remarkable they are and how protective and caring them are for their friends and family.

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  • JigsawGirl
  • 09-03-2020

It is Ok

I like the narration. I like the characters. The subject matter is interesting. I feel like the stories are not completely developed. This is the third book I have read in this series and once again, I got this really abrupt ending. Ember hung out with Zeke's friends and seemed to have a real connection with Shannon. But, that connection was never explored any further. Zeke did something that would have a MAJOR effect on his life and didn't let Ember know about it. I thought there would be a whole thing written about it that would give us more insight into the characters, their relationship, what was going on with Ember's dad, some explanations to her son, etc. None of that occurred. It is almost like a thread of the story is picked up, it starts to develop, then it is dropped. Over, ended, finito! What happened after they went home? Did Ember and Drew move in with Zeke, or vice versa? Did her father's counseling help him out? Did they decide because they have known each other such a short time that they were going to slow it down? I feel like I'm left hanging, wanting more story each time. I want to read Chad's story, and Duncan's. After that, I will decide if it's time to let this series go.

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  • julie
  • 01-07-2018

Marvellous flawed hero

Zeke has always been my favourite character but, listening to the wonderful narration of Eric G Dove brought Zeke to life in such a way that I fell in love with him all over again. Ember was a remarkable heroine . It was also nice to meet again the marvellous characters from this amazing series. Between JM Madden's extraordinary writing and Eric G Doves powerful narration this is a series you can listen to again and again

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 19-05-2018

Short But Sweet

Ember and Zeke are perfect together. I love strong women who know what they want and go after it! There are so many good men that are bypassed because their looks aren't perfect. It was great to read about one woman who could see beyond superficial.