An Everyday Hero by Laura Trentham🙂🙂👍👍
An Everyday Hero by Laura Trentham is a contemporary romance. The book deals with current issues
around soldiers and their return home. The real focus of the book and characters is on how to start over and figure out what is important. After I finished reading the book, I realized that I had read the second book in a series. I did not feel I had
missed anything reading just this book, so it can be read as a stand alone.
Greer Hadley had every intention of taking Nashville by storm with her music, only to come home broke and
totally discouraged. Beating up the jukebox with a chair over her cheating boyfriend was the final straw. Her punishment was community service hours at a nonprofit organization having to do with music and soldiers. She didn’t even have her
own guitar any more. Now she has two difficult, complicated clients to figure out and she doesn’t even really know herself.
One of Greer’s first clients is Ally Martinez.
She is angry and confused. Her father was killed in Afghanistan and her mother has been medicating herself over their situation. Ally is struggling with school and life. Greer is feeling overwhelmed, but understands an angry teen, having been one herself.
Emmett Lawson is Ally’s second client. He is a soldier who came home missing a leg and suffering from PTSD. When Greer first tried to connect with him, he shoots his gun to scare her off.
Too bad, that doesn’t work!
I have to admit, I stayed up way too late wanting to finish the book before bed. I enjoyed the characters and liked how Greer’s sass was able to help others and
how helping them, helped her. An Everyday Hero by Laura Trentham is a good read.