A Time to Serve

A Time to Serve

by Jennifer Widemire Smith
A Time to Serve

A Time to Serve

by Jennifer Widemire Smith



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Never Lie
"Which stories were true?"

Jefferies watched the new guy survey the battlefield. "What makes you think they weren't all true? This is SEAL Team Three. Alpha Platoon. Never doubt us. Never cause us to doubt you. Every man's life depends on the trust between his brothers. If we catch you even in a white lie, we'll make hazing look like a ten-year old's birthday party. You feel me?"

Never Settle
"You don't want me. Not really. You see the car, the bike, the leather, the long hair. You see a projection. To love and be loved is the most selfless act a person can do for another. Life is too short to settle for the broken pieces of a shattered heart."

Never Quit
"I'll ask you again, Evie. Are you quitting?"

"I didn't come this far to quit."

"Good. I'm going to make you cry. I am going to cuss like a sailor, because I am one. I'm going to push you hard and demand nothing but your very best. You'll want to quit, but if you quit, ever, we're done—do not ring the bell Ms.Sinclaire."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162918677
Publisher: Clovercroft Publishing
Publication date: 04/03/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Jennifer Widemire Smith is a writer with a long name who’s not on anyone’s best selling lists—yet. And it’s pronounced wide-mire. She can trace her writing skills to The Academy of Art University when she enrolled in Narrative Storytelling—an intriguing course that stuck. Unlike your average English 101. She got married, grew tiny humans, and began turning her family adventures into fabulous stories parked at, "The D Word, Diary of a Dyslexic” blog. A writing exercise on empathy turned into a story that her husband found, liked, and demanded to know what came next. His insistence turned into the book you’re thinking of purchasing. Take it for a test drive. See if you like what’s under the cover. Why write a story about SEALs? Because they taught her to be “Unbreakable” and to never give up on a little idea that keeps her up at night.
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