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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Save the Hero: Hannah's Story by R. H. Krämer is the story of Hanna, legal aid for the state of Wyoming as she navigates life and overcomes challenges. Hannah was a selfless woman. She found pleasure in giving back and helping people. She was happy with her life and what she had. Being married to Owen Sparks was the highlight of her life and his bear hugs were her favorite. Things were perfect in their lives until they weren’t. Hannah, the hero of so many women, became a victim too soon and before she knew it, things went out of her hands. When her life became a web of lies and deceit, Hannah started to look for anything to show her that her marriage was worth the effort and that she was safe with her husband. But when push came to shove, Hannah had to decide, was she going to remain a victim or would she become her own hero?
Save the Hero: Hannah's Story R. H. Krämer is a short and very powerful story. Hannah was a brilliant character. She was extraordinary yet her circumstances made her very ordinary. Hannah was no different than the women in real life who had to go through a similar situation without fail every day. She looked for reasons and arguments, anything that would make it easier for her to forgive what was happening in her life and get that blissful state of marriage she had before. Her emotions and struggles felt real. Her progress and her development were great too. I was cheering for her and hoping she would open her eyes soon. The story was very easy to read, the narrative was smooth, and the pace was fast; it had everything that made this story perfect.