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Airman Connor O'Riley never believed in love until he saw proof of it in the most unlikely place - a battlefield in the middle of the Syrian civil war. Now he's in hot water with the Air Force, and if he wants to clear his name he'll have to put his new-found belief in love to the test-by convincing his superior officer's daughter to marry him.
Sadie Reed is done with love. Her poor choices nearly got her sisters killed when she fell for a man entrenched in the drug trade. She's ready to leave Chance Creek - just as soon as her sister returns from her honeymoon. So when a handsome airman shows up at Two Willows, with orders from her father to help Sadie build a legacy project, she gives Connor one month to get it done.
Connor never thought he'd fall for Sadie, but when he learns she means to leave, he knows far more than his mission - and his future - is at stake. Can he convince her to stay?
Or will love remain out of his reach for good?
Contains mature themes.
©2017 Cora Seton (P)2017 Tantor
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By GH on 01-06-18

Great installment

Saddie, the gardener of the sisters, has lost her connection to the land. That is, until Connor Reid shows up. I like this novel because Seton did a nice job giving Connor some flaws and character issues he must overcome. Her characterization of the sisters is a strong point for this series. I am not particularly fond of "The General". A little more color on him would be good.

This story has a touch of mysticism, but is far from paranormal. King is a great narrator. I am awaiting the third book.

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