Sergeant Rick Week's career ended in a hail of bullets and the death of a friend. After months of recuperation, he's finally able to fulfill a promise he made to that friend. All he has to do is find a girl and deliver a letter. Simple. Maybe…
Hattie Jameson lost the man she loved. KIA. A year and a half later, she's trying to move on but a letter for a charity calendar shoot addressed to her late fiance, Billy, rocks her. Not as much as the sexy as hell british soldier who turns up on her doorstep. The man who was with Billy when he died. She shouldn't find him attractive. Not at all…
Meanwhile fate, and Billy himself, have plans to bring the reluctant lovers together.
Can Rick and Hattie get past their grief and let love in?
NB - Previously published as 'The Letter' and has not been extended or revised.
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About the Author
Mina Carter was born and raised in Middle Earth (otherwise known as the Midlands, England). After a slew of careers ranging from logistics to land-surveying she can now be found in the wilds of Leicestershire with her husband, daughter and a cat who moved in and never left.
Suffering the curse of eternal curiosity, Mina never tires of learning new skills which has led to Aromatherapy, Corsetry, Chain-maille making, Welding, Canoeing, Shooting, and pole-dancing to name but a few.
A full-time author and cover artist, Mina can usually be found hunched over a keyboard or graphics tablet, frantically trying to get the images and words in her head out and onto the screen before they drive her mad. She's addicted to coffee and Dairy-lea cheese triangles.
55 nook pages of a SF solider delievering a letter to a widow of a fallen fellow solider. It was a very touching, sweet, heartwarming, a bit steamy and just a must read. Mina Carter did a great job on this one. I like a lot of her work.****
The Right Angel What a wonderful surprise this book turned out to be. For such a short story it was powerful in the telling. If you have ever had someone you love not return after their service this book nailed the emotional cost. Hattie and Rick make this story real. The emotions the story pulled from me make me write this review. The book was too good not to praise it.