The Key to My Heart (Surrender to Love #1)

The Key to My Heart (Surrender to Love #1)

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For Katherine, the end came slowly. Her husband Brad, a spec ops airmen, hasn’t been well for some time now. At first, she thought it would pass, but his PTSD has only been getting worse. And so has his drinking.

With tensions at an all-time high, Kat threatens to take their two kids and leave if Brad doesn’t seek help. Brad begs her to at least wait until he returns from his deployment. At first, Kat agrees, but when she receives a picture of Brad with another woman, she decides enough is enough. It’s time to go.

But no one said building a new life would be easy. Working two jobs and living out of a small one-bedroom apartment in Seattle, Katherine still rebukes the charity of Charles Hamilton, a high-flying city lawyer who visits her diner one night. But Brad’s deployment has ended, and with his final whispered threat— “If you take my kids away from me, I will kill you”—at the forefront of her mind, Kat finds she might need Charles more than she ever expected…

The Key to My Heart is the exciting and touching tale of one woman’s triumph over adversity and is a must for fans of thrillers and romance alike.

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    The Key to My Heart (Surrender to Love #1) Reviews

  • Anne OK

    Great potential and storyline, but it read more like a novella. The depth was missing and was without all the details that go along with a marriage ending and a new relationship beginning, two kids mi...

  • Heather

    I must say I really didn’t think I would enjoy this book. Cat comes from an abusive marriage and her husband is a drunk. Brad is currently serving in the military and stationed in Guam. After many b...

  • Kelly Tyree

    The Key to My Heart is a book the really highlights PTSD in the military and how it negatively effects all people it touches. Katherine, "Kat", and Brad were a married military couple with two childre...

  • Sharon Grow

    A wonderful, emotional story that touches on our military families and the way their worlds are upended for both the military personnel and those that wait at home. Katherine is doing her best to rais...

  • Shellie Halfhill

    I feel many people could probably relate to this book through ones own experience or another from the first love, lost love, new love, both physical and mental abuse, divorce, unexpectd friends/suppor...

  • R

    The author takes you on an emotional journey, through the life of Kat and her children. Brad her husband is suffering from his time served with the military, he needs help but refuses to accept help. ...

  • Cynthia

    Loved ItI won a copy of this book from Goodreads giveaways, I was not required to give a favorable review. This story touches so many different things. Katherine was a military wife trying to raise he...

  • Suzette

    This is a well written book. It is poignant and touching. It shows the fierce strength of a mother trying to protect her children. It also teaches the power of forgiveness and letting go in order to h...

  • Elizabeth

    3.5I really think this book should’ve been longer. It just didn’t feel fully fleshed out. Everything seemed to get resolved far too quickly and the supposed drama fell short. The writing and story...

  • Cindy

    Leaves a bit to be desiredI enjoy a good romance when it's well written. This one misses the mark. Goes too quickly from a married woman to being in love with someone else. Forgets to bring all the ch...