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  • An Everyday Hero #ARC Review


    From award-winning author Laura Trentham comes An Everyday Hero, an emotionally layered novel about redemption, second chances and discovering that life is worth fighting for.
    At thirty, Greer Hadley never expected to be forced home to Madison, Tennessee with her life and dreams of being a songwriter up in flames. To make matters worse, a series of bad decisions and even crappier luck lands her community service hours at a nonprofit organization that aids veterans and their families. Greer cannot fathom how she’s supposed to use music to help anyone deal with their trauma and loss when the one thing that brought her joy has failed her.
    When Greer meets fifteen-year-old Ally Martinez, her plans to stay detached and do as little as possible get thrown away. New to town and dealing with the death of her father in action, she hides her emotions behind a mask of bitterness and sarcasm, but Greer is able to see past it and recognizes pieces of who she once was in Ally. The raw and obvious talent she possesses could take her to the top and Greer vows to make sure life’s negativities don’t derail Ally’s potential.
    After Greer is assigned a veteran to help, she’s not surprised Emmett Lawson, the town’s golden boy, followed his family’s legacy. What leaves her shocked is the shell of a man who believes he doesn’t deserve anyone’s help. A breakthrough with Ally reminds Greer that no one is worth giving up on. So she shows up one day with his old guitar, and meets Emmett’s rage head on with her stubbornness. When a situation with Ally becomes dire, the two of them must become a team to save her—and along the way they might just save themselves too.


    Review


    Greer is disillusioned with her choices, Ally does not accept her father's death and Emmett does not want contact with the world because he does not feel like a hero.

    Three lives and a beautiful story about new beginnings, about second chances, about love.
    Exciting, simple and sweet. I fell in love with each of the main and secondary characters. They give real life lessons on how we should empathize with each other's pain and anguish. How we should love without judging, help the person to rise.

    With light touches of humor, Laura Trentham transports you into the book and it is impossible not to be touched by the story of Greer, Ally and Emmett.
    5/5 stars

    Resenha

    Greer está desiludida com suas escolhas, Ally não aceita a morte do pai e Emmett não quer contato com o mundo por não se sentir um herói.

    Três vidas e uma linda história sobre recomeços, sobre segundas chances, sobre amor.
    Emocionante, singelo e doce. Me apaixonei por cada um dos personagens principais e secundários. Eles dão verdadeiras lições de vida de como devemos ter empatia pela dor e angústia do outro. De como devemos amar sem julgar, ajudar a pessoa a se reerguer.

    Com leves toques de humor, Laura Trentham transporta você para dentro do livro e é impossível não se sensibilizar com  a história de Greer, Ally e Emmett.
    5/5 estrelas

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