Series: Men of Honor #3
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Also in this series: Fighting With Honor
Keith is a soldier with a wounded heart. Torie’s secrets haunt her. Can they trust love enough to mend what’s broken?
Torie Walker is a police officer with a past she’d like to stay hidden from. Staying at her best friend’s cabin in the mountains over Christmas is just what she needs. However, when a handsome cowboy saunters into her life, she takes the risk and trusts him with her secrets.
Keith Scott is a United States Marine. Home for the holidays, he intends to spend a quiet Christmas with his family. What he doesn’t plan on is Torie Walker, a woman who mends his heart and makes him want to love again.
Lara Van Hulzen
Sweet, clean romance! I thought this book was like some of the romance novels I used to read: Low drama/angst, characters don’t jump into bed after their 1st meeting, and they handle problems like adults (GASP!). If you enjoy New Adult, this isn’t a book for you. If you enjoy contemporary romance but don’t like the poor moral decision, excessive sex, and general unlikability of the characters, you will enjoy this book! The characters are well written, mature, and deal with issues and struggles like adults. It was a refreshing change from some of the current trends in romance novels (NOTE: I don’t dislike NA or contemporary romance with all the angst and drama and sex; Just look at the books I have read! I just enjoy a change of pace once in awhile so you might enjoy it as well!)
Hope Ramsey, Debbie Macomber…then you will probably like Rescue Me!
Lara Van Hulzen received her BA in Journalism from Point Loma Nazarene University in 1994. Her first published article was when she was a senior in high school. She has worked as a book reviewer for the past 18 years with various organizations such as Crossings Doubleday, YouthWorker Journal, and Radian Lit. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America, Inspired Christian Writers, and American Christian Fiction Writers. She lives with her husband three children in Northern California.