The Army Ranger's Return (Heroes Come Home #2)
A soldier's second chance
As nervous as a teenager about to go on her first date, Jessica Mitchell waits for Special Forces Ranger Ryan McAdamsher best friend for the past year whom she's never met! They've been pen pals while Ryan was away fighting for their country and Jessica was secretly fighting her own demons back home.
She knows widower Ryan's fears of returning to...more
No stranger to heartache, Ryan has seen many lives taken by war and had to live through the heartbreaking task of watching his wife die from cancer. Jessica has been writing him for a while and now he is able to meet her face to face, but can he handle life back in civilization as just a normal man when he's had to be a hero for so long?
Jessica has a secret she...more
Jessica joins a pen pal program and starts writing to a soldier, while she is undergoing cancer treatment in hospital.
Ryan’s letters give her strength. As he is unaware of her treatment, on paper at least he treats her as a normal girl.
And Jessica’s letters give Ryan the strength to face coming home and being a dad to his grieving motherless son.
Meeting at last, they realize they had a stronger bond between them.
The first time I read one of Ms. Lane’s books, I decided to choose the one with the cheating hero. Surprisingly, things turned out well and I ended up enjoying the book. So for my second book I decided to once again step out of my comfort zone and go for the one with the widower.
Jessica and Ryan have been pen pals for over a year now. Both of them relied on those letters to survive; Ryan because he was in the middle of the war, and Jessica because s...more
Can there be ‘love before first sight?’ Jessica Mitchell has spent a year exchanging letters with US Army ranger Ryan McAdams. Their first meeting – predictably – gives her a lot of anxiety. There aren’t just doubts about him – but she is full of self-doubt, as well as concealing a secret.
The wonderful thing is, each of them, through their letters, gave the other something to look forward to. The letters are cleverly shared, revealin...more
I would recommend this one. Such a good read. Soraya is...more