Josh Teague is still haunted by memories from his time in Iraq. He's
worked through a lot of things and is able to be a stable influence to
his friends who are also vets. His desire is to find the girl God meant
for him so he can love and share his life as well as the memories with
her. He thinks Leann Robak just might be that person. But if he's honest
with her about his moods and memories, will she stay with him? Leann
Robak has abandonment issues because her father left when she was young
and now her mother announced that she will be in Europe for Christmas.
Josh invites Leann to spend Christmas with his family. She's excited but
can tell he's holding something back. Can Josh trust Leann with his
memories and can Leann trust Josh not to abandon her?
loved this story. We met Josh Teague in Battlefield of the Heart and I
thoroughly enjoyed getting to know him better. What a great guy! You
couldn't help but love him. Leann was such a loving person despite her
insecurities. The author does a great job of allowing the reader to
listen to each of their thoughts without taking away from their personal
interaction and dialog together. I absolutely loved the Teague family.
What loving folks they are, who just enjoy being together. It was fun to
spend Christmas with them. The message that the Lord is always with us
and working all things together for good was encouraging. Though I liked the ending, I
really would have liked an Epilogue. I love relationship-driven stories
and especially like lots of interaction between the lead couple.
Battlefield of the Heart and Trust of the Heart both have that. I have
really come to love the folks in these stories and am hoping that the author
will have more in this series. I would love to see it continue!
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