Her Soldier Boy

  • by Kathleen Hope
  • Narrated by Theresa Stephens
  • 5 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"There's that guy again, Regan. Look."
I looked up to see the guy Shaquanna was referring to. He was the same guy who'd been coming into the coffee shop where I worked as a waitress every day. I didn't think anything of it. He was probably new in town or just passing through.
He shuffled in and sat down in a booth near the window. He carried a green duffel bag that he dropped on the booth seat next to him. I figured he must be military because his green looked Army issue. I took a moment to study him. His medium brown hair was thick and in need of a haircut. Dark stubble marred his jaw, and from this far away, I couldn't tell what color his eyes were.
"He's sitting in your section, Regan. As usual." Shaquanna grinned suddenly. "Why, I think you got yourself a secret admirer," she said in a fake southern drawl. She gave the man a closer look. "Your mystery man could seriously use a shower, shave, and a haircut..."

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Customer Reviews

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Worth the read.

 “I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author.

This genre of book is outside of my usual comfort zone but being a military spouse I was intrigued by the title of this book and felt the need to 'read' it.

I found that the story doesn't have much of a plot however regardless of that it was certainly a good listen.
It follows the lives of a waitress/art student and a marine.

It was a feel good story and I enjoyed it.

As for the narrator, I was slightly disappointed. It was clear that the narrator was reading a book as opposed to telling a story.

Overall though, it was quite enjoyable.

I would definitely read more from this author :)
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- Karen

Good premise but with some flaws

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Regan falls for a soldier, Daniel, who returns from war damaged. Regan is a kind and practical person who tries to help Daniel work through his problems. The problem I have with the story is that it feels disjointed. At the start of the book we learn about Regan’s passion for boating, but nothing about it after that. Also there were times when the writer used the term “again”, so I thought I’d missed something earlier, but it was the first time the situation was happening. Also the narration is not that strong so it added to a less than ideal audiobook.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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- Kathleen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-12-2017
  • Publisher: Kathleen Hope