A Marriage of Majors [NOOK Book]

Overview


Can he be a hero again?

Major Kristen Clark shows a brave face when her husband, Major Anthony Garitano, returns from Afghanistan. Her proud warrior husband would hate to be on the receiving end of pity. But Anthony is nothing like the strong, carefree man she married. In fact, he's as much of a stranger to her as he is to eighteen-month-old Amy, the daughter he's never met.

Kristen is determined to save their marriage, even though Anthony ...

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A Marriage of Majors

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Overview


Can he be a hero again?

Major Kristen Clark shows a brave face when her husband, Major Anthony Garitano, returns from Afghanistan. Her proud warrior husband would hate to be on the receiving end of pity. But Anthony is nothing like the strong, carefree man she married. In fact, he's as much of a stranger to her as he is to eighteen-month-old Amy, the daughter he's never met.

Kristen is determined to save their marriage, even though Anthony seems ready to give up. Until a terrorist out for revenge threatens his home and his family. Then Kristen notices that it's not just the soldier in Anthony that responds. It's the father and husband.

He'll do anything to protect the people he loves.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459232228
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 2/15/2012
  • Series: In Uniform Series , #1216
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 689,460
  • File size: 622 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A super romance

    Major Kristen Clark looks forward to the return of her husband Ranger Major Anthony Gariatano who has been in Afghanistan for about eighteen months. Anthony has not even met his daughter Amy born after he left. While capturing enemy combatants, a terrorist Taaouen warns Anthony that he will kill him and his family one day before fleeing into the caves. Not long afterward, an explosion rocks Anthony¿s unit killing several and severely wounding Anthony. He physically recovers in a hospital but the scars on his face go deeper as he mentally has not recovered from the trauma and expects to d.ivorce Kristen....................................... Kristen realizes that her beloved is not the same man. She offers comfort, but he rejects her and frightens their daughter who looked forward to seeing daddy. As he pushes Kristen towards divorce, fulfilling his prophesy, Anthony realizes that Taaouen¿s threat was not idle and now he must protect the two females he loves so much that he plans to still give up both of them because they deserve better............................... Though why the hero was not evacuated to Germany for better care is not fully explained, fans will enjoy this fine military romance. The tale salutes the soldiers and family members for their sacrifices. The exciting story line is filled with angst as a somewhat broken Anthony feels he is no longer suitable for the two females who desperately want him in their lives and behaves accordingly in a Pygmalion Effect way. Fans will appreciate this solid relationship drama with the terrorist serving as either a widowmaker or matchmaker depending on who triumphs....................... Harriet Klausner

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