It’s been ten years since he set foot on home soil. Five, since he left family and friends grieving for a death that never occurred.
Theo Lowell isn’t a hero but merely the shell of a broken man; a soldier for his country who saw too much bloodshed and atrocity.
Now that he’s back in Jacksonville, it’s time to make a life for himself.
He wants it all but he doesn’t agree with his therapist’s assessment that he’s as deserving as the next guy.
Instead of rebuilding himself into a man ready for a family, friendship and happiness, he sets forth to do some rebuilding of another kind. After all, if one deems himself helpless, why not be helpful?
When he knocks on Morgan Smyth’s door, he never expects that rebuilding what is currently before him would prove to be such a daunting task.
Two hearts—emotional baggage—multiple wars are waged as a home takes shape.
Funny how redemption can be found at the tip of a screwdriver, the head of a hammer or better yet, when hit by a two-by-four.