Crossing the Line by Caitlyn Armistead

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The romance is a gradual one that progresses in stops and starts but given the main characters and their backgrounds, this makes sense. By the end, I believe that both Nathan and Megan have begun healing of the past and are looking forward to a future life together.
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Sergeant Nathan Thompson lost his leg in Afghanistan. Megan hides a secret. When they are assigned as a paramedic team, tensions flare—Nathan thinks Megan is a condescending know it all, and Megan resents a partner who might not be able to offer 100%.
As they respond to calls their mutual respect grows. Then Nathan notices bruises on Megan’s arms, and her excuses don’t add up. The next life Nathan must save may be that of his own partner—if only she’ll let him.
 

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Published March 4, 2016 by Flashover Press. 293 pages
Genres: Romance, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jayne on Mar 04 2016

The romance is a gradual one that progresses in stops and starts but given the main characters and their backgrounds, this makes sense. By the end, I believe that both Nathan and Megan have begun healing of the past and are looking forward to a future life together.

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