Special forces soldier Ben McKaslin returned home with a bum leg, a bad attitude and his career in tatters. Then, in one defining moment, an emergency had him leaping instinctively to the rescue -- and locking eyes with the captivating woman he'd left behind. Could this have been God's plan all along?
After her own crushing setback, Cadence Chapman had learned to embrace life to the fullest. But she'd also learned how to safeguard her heart. Yet as sparks reignited between her and Ben while he rehabilitated, she realized she still loved him to the depths of her soul. Dare she pin all her dreams on this embittered military man who had no idea how blessed he truly was?
The McKaslin Clan: Ensconced in a quaint mountain town overlooking the vast Montana plains, the McKaslins rejoice in the powerful bonds of faith, family...and forever love.
reissued as Harlequin Heartwarming - What Matters Most
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I was shocked at the reviews for this book. Reading this book just bored me to tears. I found myself skimming the last hundred pages or so. There was just no chemistry there for me! I think part of the problem was lack of dialogue. I know it was that way in the previous book as well, but it worked there. There was just too much thinking about the same thing over and over and over...There wasn't much of a plot or any action. It seemed the author had trouble. She had to stoop to the characters swimming in the water with Weston (Amy's little boy) and trouble occurring again...
The beginning was pretty good with the action, and the last few pages was good until the sudden drowning. I just felt like the story was forced and the author was just making it up as she went, trying to fill up 250 pages...
I would not have even finished it, but I really did want to know how it all turned out...dull...that's how!