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The Barman and the SEAL

The Barman and the SEAL A Navy SEAL with PTSD a Barman starting a new life Maybe they can find love in Ellery Travis Baranski Navy SEAL is the first veteran to attend the Ellery Mountain Veteran Center He is having a hard

  • Title: The Barman and the SEAL
  • Author: R.J. Scott
  • ISBN: 9781781844618
  • Page: 374
  • Format: ebook
  • A Navy SEAL with PTSD, a Barman starting a new life Maybe they can find love in Ellery.Travis Baranski, Navy SEAL, is the first veteran to attend the Ellery Mountain Veteran Center He is having a hard time coming to terms with what he had seen and what he has done When he has a very public meltdown in Ellery stores it is Avery Gideon who steps up to the plate and helpsA Navy SEAL with PTSD, a Barman starting a new life Maybe they can find love in Ellery.Travis Baranski, Navy SEAL, is the first veteran to attend the Ellery Mountain Veteran Center He is having a hard time coming to terms with what he had seen and what he has done When he has a very public meltdown in Ellery stores it is Avery Gideon who steps up to the plate and helps him.Avery Gideon, a man cut off from his family for being gay, runs the only bar in town The Alibi and listens to many a person s problems whilst trying to forget his own.He sees something in the wounded warrior who needs a friend and very soon finds himself falling in love with Travis Nothing will deter him from helping Travis, or from making Travis see he s still capable of loving Avery in return.

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    1. So far, my favorite of the series. Could be my deep love of SEALS, and damaged guys, and the great chemistry between the SEAL and awesome Barman.It was also great to see all the other guys again. I want to show up at one their Friday night BBQs :-)

    2. **** Three thousand meters high in the winter Afghan Mountains, Lt. Travis Baranski, was in a metal and wood cage, a wounded prisoner in the freezing temps. *** Now stateside, our Navy SEAL, Travis about 30, is at Daniel's Veteran sanctuary so he can mend his mind and body. Avery, 34, owns the local pub, Alibi, and he's hiding from his politician, homophobic father.He does secretly keep in touch with his younger brother. Mikey, who was beaten unconscious previously in a gay bashing, works for Av [...]

    3. 4.5 starsWhat a wonderful, sad, realist story, I loved it.It was heartbroken to read about Travis suffering from PTSD, Avery was the perfect man to helping with his recovery.This is a very slow build up relationship, so for those readers who don't like insta love or falling in love very quickly they are going to love this story.I was looking forward to read about Travis story and the author didn't disappoint me, it was my favorite from the series.Now, I'm looking forward to read more about Mikey [...]

    4. Ellery is becoming a gay mecca but there are homophobes lurking. The sweet story of love and understanding was well written and beautifully paced. Travis suffered from severe PTSD and though he will never be cured, he and Avery made a good life together and the disorder lessened. It's sad that so many of our young men and women come back from these unnecessary wars maimed both physically and mentally. With Avery's love, understanding and time Travis was able to integrate back into society. This [...]

    5. 4.5THANKS RJ!!I've enjoy all the books in this series for the fiction romance they were set out to be. But this one really touched my heart. When a main character is a SEAL, ex or not people expect certain things. But when said SEAL was a POW and comes home with physical wounds and PTSD it takes a bold person to write a romance around that. RJ deals with some of the very hard aspects of PTSD. The story also deals with how many people are treating our veterans. People seem to forget we send child [...]

    6. This is my favourite in the series so far. I really loved Travis, he was the kind of broken character that I love in books. I felt sorry for him because of his struggles, but he wasn't an ass either. His character was kinda lovable in a lot of ways. And he and Avery were really good together. Especially after their "I love you's".This book had a family feel to it. Avery's family sounded dysfunctional to say the least. But Travis' family was supportive, so that was a good thing, plus Avery had hi [...]

    7. Barman and the Seal, the latest installment in RJ Scott’s Ellery Mountain series is I feel, by far, her best. The compassionate writing, the slow and realistic emotional build between her characters and the reminders that no one ever really “recovers” from PTSD but rather learns how to cope and live beyond it were absolutely spot on! I thoroughly enjoyed this novella from beginning to end. While it is best to read this complete series in order to get a feel for continuity and a sense of ho [...]

    8. I like a little darkness in my HEA. All of RJ Scott's men have pasts; all of them are broken somehow, but Ellery - it seems to heal them every one. Ellery has always felt (as I always point out) a little too "Mayberry RFD" for mea rural mountain town in Tennessee that is welcoming and a haven for gay men? Really? But I let it slide, assuming that RJ Scott has some secret kink about Tennessee that I just don't get(and I've been to Tennessee more than once, and have been treated well there as an o [...]

    9. Original Blog Post: headouttheoven/20Total-E-Bound was offering this on special, so of course, I could not resist. I wanted to know what happens next, especially as the work of Daniel is finally going full out, helping those warriors back to sane life and civilization. Avery has been mentioned time and again in the Ellery Mountain Series but no one really knew who he was. Apparently, he has his own set of personal angsts, no thanks to a bigotted father whose political practices were questionable [...]

    10. If you have never known anyone with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, count yourself lucky. It's a living hell. At any time you can be thrust out of reality and back into the nightmare with which your mind can't deal. Travis Baranski of 'The Barman and the SEAL' by R.J. Scott, is a man trying to overcome unimaginable horrors, coping the best he can. Thankfully, Travis has a place to go which provides physical therapy for his body and counseling for his mind. Even with all that, most of the healing [...]

    11. 4 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book ReviewsThis story is part of a series and must be read in order. Travis is the first veteran at Ellery Mountain Veteran Center. Travis was a SEAL and after a mission gone wrong has several scars inside and out, trying to recover mentally is much harder than he hoped but the Veteran Center is slowly helping. When Travis has a meltdown in the grocery store Avery is the man who steps in and helps. Avery runs The Alibi, he listens to peoples problems as he ser [...]

    12. Please leave comments on Lady McNeill's 4 1/2 sweet pea review at mrsconditreadsbooks/index. “I like you a lot. I think about you all the time. I’m thirty-one and you are the first man that I’ve ever really connected with, and that is weird because we’ve seen each other twice. I’d like to kiss you and lie on the floor with my head on your stomach. But at the moment things aren’t so hot with me. I’ve come a long way, but there’s still things I have to get my head around before I c [...]

    13. 2.5 starsReclaiming oneself in the aftermath of trauma. Ellery, a bucolic town set in the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee, is an idyllic location for a recovery center specializing in reacclimating returning military personnel. Travis comes for physical therapy and counseling for his PTSD. I found the treatment of Travis compelling and while I can't say I enjoyed it, I did appreciate the careful attention paid to PTSD. He is very easy to become invested in. How he struggles and perseveres is both [...]

    14. The Ellery Mountain series is dear to my heart and this addition to the series didn't let me down!I was totally drawn into the story from the very first pages and found the beginning very emotional. It was so descriptive that I could feel the pain being experienced by Travis. This introduction to Travis provided insight into the experiences that had impacted Travis and resulted in him coming to Ellery Mountain to heal. It was great to see the Veteran Center, that had been mentioned so much throu [...]

    15. Arghhhh why was this one not twice as long! This is in the running for my favourite one yet in this series. I loved that Travis wasn't "cured", that the author understood that those who suffer from PTSD don't get cured, instead they hopefully learn to manage it.Travis was wonderful, scared and disconnected after his experiences as a Navy SEAL. Avery was the perfect man for him, someone used to just being quiet and listening.The steam rating on this one might be lower but it raised the roof when [...]

    16. I need a new dictionaryAnother wonderful story from Ellery Mountains.This time is the story of the gentle Barman AveryWe know a little about him from before, as he have had a crush on the Doc.But his story is so much more. He too has issues, a family and a background story.When he first meets one of the residents from Daniels Veteran Centre, ex-Seal Travis, they met in the gentelest waybut make an impression on each otherTravis is a veteran from Afghanistan, scarred on body and soul, and with a [...]

    17. This one was probably my favorite one so far. I loved Travis and Avery, I loved how perfectly imperfect Avery was and how troubled Travis was. They were both so patient and understanding while Travis worked out his problems from PTSD and survivors guilt. I loved how Daniels dream was finally up and running and everyone was so great about it. Well, almost everyone but that gets dealt with pretty quickly. I just loved the whole story. I wasn't impressed with the last one so I was glad this one mor [...]

    18. This was book #6 in a series and I have not read the first 5. This was not a problem at all!!! Travis was a character that was so easy to love. I really loved his vulnerability in that he wasn't an "oh poor pitiful me" type of broken. He and Avery were a great couple. I will have to now start the series from the beginning, although this story was straight forward and I don't think I missed anything by not reading the first 5 books.I would have given this 5 stars but there just wasn't enough of t [...]

    19. 4.5 stars. I did love this book. Love Avery and Travis (first live in for the Veteran's PTSD home) This one was a touching book about Avery falling for Travis and all his baggage. Avery shows love and patience for Travis and it is very endearing. There is some ongoing issues with Avery's past and his brother, Jon comes into the picture from California (i think). Quick read and a great addition to the Ellery Mountain series

    20. 3.5 stars. I enjoyed this one much more than the previous few books in this series. Lot's of character development for Travis, in particular, although Avery was nicely rounded as well. Mikey was a great character, too. Very sweet, slow build up, though I would have liked to see a little more of that unfold rather than skipping ahead.

    21. I think this might be my favorite book in the series. I just loved Travis. I love his journey from broken ex-SEAL to a brave and more confident man. Avery was the perfect guy for him. This story was super romantic, very sweet, and I just really enjoyed it. As always, I like how previous couples are so involved in the next story. I loved this one and can't wait for more!

    22. I really enjoy this series. This is probably the most angst of all the books and I simply like this one the best.

    23. More great residence for Ellery. Travis is recovering from so much and the center is there to help. But Avery has his own way to lend a hand along with his heart.

    24. This is the sixth book in Ellery Mountain series and so far a good one, too. I liked both MC's, Avery and Travis. Their story is easy and develops fast.

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