More Big Surprises
The differences between men and women is a hot topic and emotions have inspired the creation of many books.
There have been many comments on Chapters 14 &15. I wrote at the beginning of Chapter 14 this note. She and her new husband are experiencing what new married couples do in the first two years compounded by her pregnancy.
And, at the beginning of Chapter 15 this note. Keep in mind that this saga began with the younger street Ranger and the younger and more naïve Stephanie. Neither had as much baggage and he is not so embroiled with the special ops in my story. They are kind of growing together in this.
In the story, Stephanie and Ranger are newly wed and they are expecting. They are both going through the pains together. He gave up much for her and marriage and made compromises with his men in choosing marriage and business over the military life. Does it make this Ranger softer and weaker? What should he do to resolve this? How would you think that his life would affect a married life? How would his married status effect Rangeman as a business? Do you think that you would feel the same during a pregnancy even if you liked the business and the men? Is Stephanie being mostly immature? Let’s talk…