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    More Than a Soldier

    I liked this story from Irene. I like the way she puts her characters with her story line. It pulled me right to my heart. I felt so sad for Cindy. She gets fired and uses this time to find her adopted brother, Edward. He is in the service. She meets Hank who has been working on being injured from a grenade that killed the ones on a mission. He is deaf in one ear and a false eye or a patch, depending on his mood. Cindy keeps trying to get a job but her ex fiancee Eric stops her. He is ex as he slept with her sister and got her pregnant. There is a Spoiler here! After he has gone and annoyed Hank and scaring Cindy they go to get him in prison, working with one of Cindy's last co-workers. This is a deep story. I would recommend this book to you to read. Tissues might be needed. I liked this book . I am now waiting for the next book! Check this out and don't let it get away! You won't regret it! I volunteered to read and review this book.
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    A great addition to the series!

    More Than a Soldier is the second installment of the Veterans Heart series, an inspirational romance with a touch of suspense in the tale. The mix of the character's growth in their faith in God, their struggles and triumphs in life, and the developing romantic relationship are all well mixed together in an intriguing storyline. Former Special Forces soldier Hank Fleming is easy to like. He is kind, considerate, fun, protective, a good man, who doesn't seem to take himself too seriously, likes to be active and laugh. He is an attentive son, a good brother, and a friend you can count on. The events in the army that caused his disability are hunting his sleep. He is struggling to find his place, and worth, after the military life, and grow in his faith in God. Cindy Giordano is a sassy daredevil who loves to be challenged physically. But currently, it is her life that is challenging her to the max. She is heartbroken and devastated for the reasons of her broken engagement. She lost her job, she is fighting with her family, and she seems to have a violent stalker after her. Cindy and Hank have a great connection. They click, they got each other, understand each other, there is a lot of fun and laughter, 'non-dates' where they get to know each other. I liked the chemistry between them, how their friendship was founded first until the deeper feelings took a hold of their hearts. When the danger Cindy is in escalates, and the fear intensifies, the story starts to move at a rapid pace. With all the stress Cindy is in, it is no wonder that she is a bit of a mess, and acts out of character that causes a conflict between her and Hank. It was effortless for me to connected with characters, understand their struggles, feel their pain, hope, and joy. All the different aspects of the story, Cindy finding her brother, the developing relationship with Hank, the suspense, and danger from the stalker, the character development, both as a person and in their faith made an alluring story that was easy to get lost in and enjoy immensely. I wish there would have been more to the ending, it seemed abrupt to me and left some questions in my mind. A poignant, encouraging, and touching story about trust, faith, and love that touches the emotions, entertains and inspires. ~ Four Spoons

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