Jill Brandon left the WPGA tour to devote
her time to help her Army Ranger husband, Tyler, heal and
learn to cope from his injuries. It's been a year and Jill
has come to the conclusion that maybe she canít be the one to
help him. The only place they seem to communicate is in bed.
When her last ditch effort seems to backfire, Jill and Tyler
separate and Jill decides to maybe join the tour again. When
Jillís house is broken into and she immediately calls Tyler,
will this be the catalyst that will show them both that their
marriage can get back into full swing again? Or has too much
pain and hurt pride been exposed to go forward?
Full Swing discusses some
of the side effects that married military couples have to go
through. Tyler has been hurt to the point of almost dying and
his recovery has been slow, painful and left him bitter about
his future. Jill left her successful career with the WPGA to
help, but discovered that Tyler will have to work through this
himself. When an act of violence brings them back together,
Tyler is determined to not only get Jill back, but to make
their marriage better than ever. Having a lot of experience
with military life, I could feel for both Jill and Tyler and
understand the hurtles that they had to get passed somehow. I
cheered for them when they passed the last one. Full
Swing is kind of bittersweet in the beginning and
middle, but it is hot when Jill and Tyler come together.
Tyler and Jill both discovered that sometimes you have to lose
what you love to discover just how much it means to you. Ms.
Jordan has delivered a story that is very much in the current
times and I believe all readers will find something to connect