My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I wasn’t too sure I was going to enjoy Josiah’s book. His ADHD made him seem flighty in the earlier books. But he grew up a lot in this one. And he really is the perfect match for Ryan, an injured SEAL who’s learning how to walk with prosthetic legs and learning how to trust and ask for help.
The both do a lot of growing up.
I like this series a lot and admire the author for tackling issues having to do with religion, politics, and disabilities in her books.