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Soldier's Promise (Love Inspired Series)

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    This is the perfect book for romance lovers. The story is sweet and charming with the characters just the type you can't wait to see fall in love. You have the heroic macho guy with a sensitive side and the faithful teacher with a cute kid thrown in for good measure. It's a great story that's really touching and will make for a enjoyable read. It's a great way to spend an afternoon curled up in your chair. The scene where Amber fries her hair is hilarious because it's a situation that could happen to anyone. I enjoyed learning about parachute jumping. I really admire the guys who jump out of planes to rescue people. There is no way you could have gotten me to do what Amber did when she jumped out of the plane with Joel. I don't care how much I liked the guy, I prefer having my feet planted firmly on the ground, thank you very much! And wow, I really did not like Bradley's foster mother. I cannot believe that someone would just let a kid die while under their care. Why would you even apply to become a foster parent and why on earth was she still even considered to house kids? It just makes you even more sadder for the kids that are put in the foster care system. Overall I really enjoyed reading this book. It's a wonderful debut from a promising author. I'm looking forward to her next book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2008

    A touching story by a new voice

    Neither wanted a relationship at this point in their lives. Teacher Amber Stanton, still reeling from a romantic disappointment, fears another hurtful entanglement. U.S. Air Force pararescue jumper Joel Montgomery fears failing at a romantic relationship. He has convinced himself that being a parent in his line of work would be unfair to a child. Nor does he want to return to Refuge, his hometown, a town that holds too many painful memories of his unhappy childhood. When Amber¿s student, an eight-year-old suffering from leukemia, writes to request meeting a Special Forces Soldier, specifically requesting the one who grew up in his hometown of Refuge, Dream Corp forwards the letter to Joel, setting both teacher and PJ on a collision course. The two become attracted to one another but both must overcome their fears. And knowing that Joel wants no children to complicate her life, where does that leave Bradley, whom Amber hopes to adopt? With tender humor, Cheryl Wyatt has weaved an engaging romance demonstrating that God has a plan in all things. When we surrender our fears, live can take unexpected turns sure to bring blessings that we never thought possible. This is the author¿s first book, and we look forward to the March release of its sequel.

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