On Solid Ground (On Solid Ground #1)
When Jacob "Dax" Daxton returns home from war, he has to fight a new battle – the one to find his place in the world. The man who normally has a clear path to victory surrounded by brothers in combat is suddenly lost and alone. After meeting Beckett Ridge, a bearded tattoo artist, Dax’s journey... show more
When Jacob "Dax" Daxton returns home from war, he has to fight a new battle – the one to find his place in the world. The man who normally has a clear path to victory surrounded by brothers in combat is suddenly lost and alone. After meeting Beckett Ridge, a bearded tattoo artist, Dax’s journey begins winding down an unexpected path.
Still reeling from events that shook his foundation, Beck has never been part of anything meaningful. Now faced with responsibilities foreign and daunting, Dax’s broken spirit mends Beck in ways he never even knew he was destroyed.
As both struggle to find balance, they are healed by the comfort they find in one other. On the other side of chaos, they hope to find themselves On Solid Ground.
Publish date: 2015-01-13
Publisher: M Collins Author LLC
Pages no: 253
Edition language: English
Series: On Solid Ground (#1)
On Solid Ground is the first book in the On Solid Ground series. In this story, we meet Dax, a veteran suffering from PTSD, and Beck, a tattoo artist with his own history to contend with. When these two meet, the attraction is off the charts, but both of them have issues to deal with.I loved this st...
Good effort3.5 stars Was a good effort. I liked the portrayal of Dax's PTSD, I thought it was handled well, I just didn't feel the connection between the two MCs. They came across like best friends not lovers. The miscommunications were numerous and at times frustrating. They both had so much going ...
Unfortunately it became repetitive and sappy in the end. The two characters were interesting enough. I found the PTSD was handled very well in this book and not only as an "accessoire" to make a character more interesting. I liked how the two MCs slowly came closer to each other. Unfortunately...
See my joint review with the lovely Mark at Sinfully Addicted To All Male Romance . 4.5 Stars!Mark: Oh my goodness, now did I love this book or what? Loved the MCs Dax and Beck. Two men dealing with traumatic pasts and trying to overcome their experiences. Loved the dynamics between them. The typi...