Review of Dalton: Heaven Hill Shorts #9 by Laramie Briscoe

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Tragedy struck and now they may never find their way back to each other. How can Dalton convince his wife that they are better and stronger together when she won’t talk to him or be near him. She blames herself and can’t see past her pain to let Dalton help her.

Dalton and Mandy had a tough start, but things were going well until tragedy struck. Now Dalton is afraid of losing his family, but more importantly, he’s afraid that Mandy won’t ever find her way back to him or her family

This story was short, tragic, tear inducing, and written so well. For the subject matter of this book, Ms. Briscoe did a great job of conveying the tragic events as well as the real heart break that Mandy and Dalton are facing. The family are trying to help Mandy cope with the tragedy, but she is shutting everyone out. Ms. Briscoe did a great job with the reality of how a family must cope with the loss of a loved one and the mental anguish that comes along with it at times. The struggle to ask for help, lean on others, or find our way out of the depression that can hit after a tragedy is so real and so heartbreaking. I loved Dalton’s story and I give it 5-star review. I recommend all of Ms. Briscoe’s Heaven Hill Short stories, but only after you’ve read the Heaven Hill Next Generation. If you like MC stories, you will love this series.

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