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Scarred Horizon

☆ Scarred Horizon ☆ Jackie Williams - Scarred Horizon, Scarred Horizon This is an alternate cover edition for B IJF CQ Paul s story To be blind was bad enough to question his sanity was a kick in the teeth to give him a babysitter to monitor his every move was beyond h

  • Title: Scarred Horizon
  • Author: Jackie Williams
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Kindle Edition

☆ Scarred Horizon ☆ Jackie Williams, Scarred Horizon, Jackie Williams, Scarred Horizon This is an alternate cover edition for B IJF CQ Paul s story To be blind was bad enough to question his sanity was a kick in the teeth to give him a babysitter to monitor his every move was beyond his hard pressed endurance Kicked out of the army and queuing at the dreaded job centre unable to even search for employment himself had been humiliating enough Having toThis is an alt ☆ Scarred Horizon ☆ Jackie Williams - Scarred Horizon, Scarred Horizon This is an alternate cover edition for B IJF CQ Paul s story To be blind was bad enough to question his sanity was a kick in the teeth to give him a babysitter to monitor his every move was beyond h

  • ☆ Scarred Horizon ☆ Jackie Williams
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Scarred Horizon

About "Jackie Williams"

  1. Jackie Williams

    I was born in Essex England during the mid sixties but I missed all the fun Being only young I assumed that all Beatles were six legged creatures and Flower Power was something to do with the vigorous way my mother kneaded the bread dough.My wonderful parents brought me up with a huge love of books We read anything and everything Bedtime stories were a treasured time of adventure and mystery My sister and I sat wide eyed in wonder and to this day I worry about Dinah and Dorinda being pricked with pins because they grew so fat, and I never pull faces at the a waning moon or was it a waxing one just in case my chops stay that way The Wind On The Moon I began reading romance while still at school The fuel for many a teenage fantasy leapt from between the covers of wildly romantic books and my passion still lingers now for all those dark haired heroes.My own beautiful teenage daughter persuaded me to write my first romance She was only fourteen at the time and between books for children and adults She couldn t find anything that ticked all her numerous and particular boxes and so she asked me to write a book, with all the exact ingredients just for her Though not just a book for teens, she enjoyed the resulting tale so much that she shared it with her friends and I eventually published A Perfect Summer as an ebook on .But I have discovered that writing is not easily stopped once you start It has turned into a grand passion that I just cannot hold back The fingertips start tapping the keys and ideas suddenly come flooding, far too many for just one book and so I began another and then another Nine books later I am still nowhere near done Book ten is on its way and only just the other night I woke from a wild and wonderful dream with book eleven fully formed in my head.Romance will always be my first love but recently I was so influenced by a tiny polished plaque on a sea wall that I gave paranormal romance a try Echo Beach Mixing the two genres was a real challenge for me but I was delighted with the result Historical romance is going to be my next genre All those fabulously titled and passionate men are impossibly hard to resist.All of my books are Easy Reading Romance, intended only to while away a few hours with some light entertainment They are not meant to teach you anything or to stay with you for years after reading Please do not read or review them if you are expecting anything deeper or meaningful.I hope you enjoy all of my efforts and I look forward to your comments and reviews.

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  1. Scarred Horizon by Jackie Williams is yet another excellent novel in her Scarred series This book is about the life of Paul, an injured soldier after his return to the Uk from Afghanistan It explores with great empathy, sensitivity and insight the complex emotional scars and the impact of the acquired disability on an individual.Paul s background is heart breaking and the turn his life has taken is sad However, the book does not just dwell on war heroics, injustice, pity and misery but in an upb [...]



  2. I very much enjoyed the book s story, a social worker designated by a judge to report to the Court the ability of a blind war hero to conduct his life effectively and responsibly So she is forced to accompany him on a trip where he coordinates the reconstruction of a castle to be a resort for rehabilitation of war veterans.Their initial contacts are engaging, but from then on both became boring, the hero got bitter and thick, the heroine lost strength and fade into an excessive succession of act [...]


  3. Having read the first in the Scarred series, I was eagerly looking forward to this next installment I was not disappointed Already with a bit part in the last book, this tells of Paul and how the establishment and society have turned their back on him The intervention of Patrick and Paul s long suffering probation officer takes the story to the Chateau in France Here the story develops and a true page turner is in your hands It was good to be reacquainted with the characters from books one and t [...]


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