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But when Sabine’s PTSD reappears worse than before she’s left struggling with her own guiltThere’s no doubt that both Sabine and Rebecca want the same thing But how do you help the most important person in your life when they don’t want to need your helpGenre Lesbian General FictionEditor Cath WalkerCover Designer Sandy Knowl. I have never been in the military let alone in a war zone and I won t pretend I understand what Sabine is going through with PTSD following the incident from Ask Tell I have however been trying to convince myself for years that I do not suffer from my own PTSD my wife will be very proud of me for acknowledging this since a car bomb exploded outside my high school when I was eleven or was I twelve Add burnout and anxiety with sometimes similar symptoms So while the experience is different I can relate to parts of it I knew listening to this book would be hard but hey I survived reading and listening to Lise Gold s Living RightDon t Ask Don t Tell has just been repealed Sabine and Rebecca can live their relationship openly They re still very much in love and everything should be peachy except Sabine is struggling with PTSD and trying to fight it on her own Both because she s having trouble seeing it as anything other than weakness and because she s forever trying to protect Bec Who in turn is so focused on taking care of Sabine that she s oblivious to her own pain She too is to some extent suffering from PTSD while at the same time dealing with the toll mental illness also takes on loved onesE J Noyes is one of the most talented authors right now While it is definitely a love story Ask Me Again is certainly not a romance It is not light and witty and heartwarming It is intelligent and intense and heartbreaking It is so good and true and terrifying and beautiful at the same time It is also wonderfully written as are all E J Noyes books and so well narrated by Abby Craden that I am in total denial that Sabine and Rebecca are not real people If you re like me this book will break you Right now I m choosing to believe it is for the better Ask me again in a couple of months

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Icle attack in Afghanistan Sabine is finding the things she’s tried so hard to push aside aren’t as easy to ignore as she’d hopedSabine’s girlfriend and ex commanding officer Rebecca Keane is happily settled into her new job running a trauma department in a civilian hospital Life with Sabine is everything Rebecca ever wanted. Well done This second book is much darker than Ask Tell and it needs to be I know I know the first book in the series had lots of angst built into it and you don t want to cry again If you have not read AskTell stop reading this review If you have then you need to pick up this book to see what happens to Sabine and Rebecca You will be rewarded with an awesome read I loved reading this book from the perspective of both women It cemented my understanding of the love each had for the other and fears each had that they would screw things up and ruin their relationship I don t know when I have read a better study of PTSD than what we see Sabine dealing with when she returns Stateside I found this the most powerful aspect of the whole novel and I was impressed with the author s ability to show us her mental state and inner turmoil Watching her unravel and shun assistance from loved ones and professionals felt all too real The reader feels as helpless as Rebecca and Sabine s sister in trying to support her recovery Terrific read

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What do you do when the source of all your problems is the one thing you don’t know how to fixWith Don’t Ask Don’t Tell nothing than an unpleasant memory US Army surgeon Sabine Fleischer is ready to move on with her life―if she can just figure out how to move past her PTSD Fresh from her first deployment since surviving a veh. I liked Ask Me Again even than its really good predecessor Ask Tell I am not much for military romances in war zones so it is not surprising Ask Me Again is a greatly done romantic drama showing us two strong women sharing the one true love along with struggling with PTSD guilt and self recrimination Noyes makes them struggle hard but never breaks them not for a moment and I really appreciate thatThe story is written in first person past tense from the point of view of both protagonists Sabine 37 and Rebecca 45 The POV switches for each chapter from one narrator to another with indication who is telling the story for the moment It is done really well and unlike Ask Tell first person present tense only Sabine s POV it allowed us to get to know the main characters from both perspectives I really appreciate that tooAsk Me Again is an excellent book but not a light read It deals with unpleasant events with a protagonist fighting intrusive thoughts severe anxiety pain and hurt that is inside and tries to controls her but it is essentially positive and motivating and that is another thing for me to appreciateI strongly suggest reading Ask Tell prior to this seuel because some important nuances may be lost on you otherwiseEJ Noyes has become one of my trusted authors and I cannot wait to read her next book Alone which is slated for May next year475 starsNovember 17 2018A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • Ask Me Again
  • E.J. Noyes
  • English
  • 24 August 2018
  • 9781594936128

About the Author: E.J. Noyes

E J Noyes lives in Australia with her wife a needy cat aloof chickens and too many horses When not indulging in her love of reading and writing E J argues with her hair and pretends to be good at things



10 thoughts on “Ask Me Again

  1. says:

    Ask Me Again is another excellent book by Noyes This is the seuel to the book Ask Tell I highly highly recommend reading Ask Tell first This book is powerful and I just don’t think it would have the same effect on a reader who doesn’t know the backstory Ask Tell is one of my all time favorite romance books so it’s no hardship to have to

  2. says:

    Incredible readno let down just a riveting series with some intricate storytellingA highly recommended series to everyone

  3. says:

    I liked Ask Me Again even than its really good predecessor Ask Tell I am not much for military romances in war zones so i

  4. says:

    Well done This second book is much darker than Ask Tell and it needs to be I know I know the first book in the series had lots of angst built

  5. says:

    Oh Miss Noyes I salute you Since there are so many reviews on this one I’m not going to write what the story is about Sabine you beautiful

  6. says:

    First off I want to preface this review by mentioning that Noyes' first book 'Ask Tell' is one of my favorite reads of all time I really don't say that lightly either out of the thousands of books I've read in my life it's one of the very top rated novels on my shelf With that being said if you haven't read 'Ask Tell' yet

  7. says:

    This is my third novel from EJ Noyes and it's the third I rated with five stars She's definitely one of my favorites authors now«Ask Me Again» is the seuel to «Ask Tell» and I would say it's entirely necessary to read them in order This book starts about one year after «Ask Tell» ended Sabine is coming home again from another tour in

  8. says:

    I have never been in the military let alone in a war zone and I won’t pretend I understand what Sabine is going through with PTSD following “the incident” from Ask Tell I have however been trying to convin

  9. says:

    I will not summarize the plot of the book for that you can read the synopsis I'm just going to say that this book is a powerful story about the conseuences of suffering a shock that changes your life It is a detailed description of the syndrome of post traumatic disorder but not only for the person who suffers the accident but for those around such as the partner family or friendsAnd the feelings that are described are very detailed and st

  10. says:

    Audiobook reviewThis was the highly anticipated seuel to Noyes’ debut novel ‘Ask Tell’ Although technically not necessary to read the first installment to enjoy this one I highly recommend doing so in order to fully grasp the

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