Wednesday, March 9, 2016

A Soldier's Valentine

A Soldier's Valentine
Jenna Mindel
Because of budget cuts Zach is retired from the Army. While in the military he fell in love with glass blowing. So he purchases a building with two shops in it from an elderly lady. The shop that is next to him is leased by a young woman, Ginger, who owns a tea shop. Ginger is struggling with fiances, but can't shut down the shop. It's the only thing she's succeeded at. But when Zach raises the rent, she's put into a real bind. His offer to work in his shop in conjunction with her own is an answer to prayer. Now if she can just control the feelings that she has for her boss and landlord, everything would be great.

This was a sweet, simple story of romance, faith, and letting go. There weren't a whole lot of secondary characters so the story was mainly about the two main people. The plot was emotion driven and dealt with a lot of feelings and emotional baggage that the two had to deal with. Overall, this was a clean story that will be enjoyed by romance lovers who like a touch of faith and a happy ending.

I received this book free of charge from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

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