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Homefront Holiday (Homecoming Heroes #6)

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A heart full of love for the orphaned boy he saved from a war-torn country? Check. Adoption forms filled out? Check. Yet M.A.S.H. surgeon Mike Montgomery is barely back on U.S. soil when his plans are squashed.
Someone else has already petitioned to adopt little Ali: Sarah Alpert, the boy's foster mother — and Mike's former fiancée. Sarah broke his heart, but he won't brea
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Paperback, 216 pages
Published December 1st 2008 by Steeple Hill (first published July 1st 2006)
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Jessica Krall
Sweet little story about a soldier/surgeon who experiences the heartbreak of war, but his soul his saved by the sweetness of one of his surgical patients in the war torn area. Little Ali loses his whole family in the war, but his life is saved by his journey to the states where he will need additional surgery. He finds a whole new family as his foster mom and Dr. Mike find their way back together. Nice read, but a little disjointed in spots...not Ms. Hart's best writing IMHO.
Glenda
Another book on the Homecoming Heroes series that talked about a military doctor and how the effect of fixing soldiers in action affected him. Saving lives among soldiers may never be easy. It makes me think and be grateful for them somehow. A good read!
Maryann
While I liked it, it wasn't the best of the series.
Michele
Another excellent book in this series



A heart full of love for the orphaned boy he saved from a war-torn country? Check. Adoption forms filled out? Check. Yet M.A.S.H. surgeon Mike Montgomery is barely back on U.S. soil when his plans are squashed. Someone else has already petitioned to adopt little Ali: Sarah Alpert, the boy's foster mother—and Mike's former fiancée. Sarah broke his heart, but he won't break hers by sticking around. Until a little boy puts his holiday wish—for the mom and dad of
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A heart full of love for the orphaned boy he saved from a war-torn country? Check. Adoption forms filled out? Check. Yet M.A.S.H. surgeon Mike Montgomery is barely back on U.S. soil when his plans are squashed. Someone else has already petitioned to adopt little Ali: Sarah Alpert, the boy's foster mother—and Mike's former fiancée. Sarah broke his heart, but he won't break hers by sticking around. Until a little boy puts his holiday wish—for the mom and dad of his dreams—into adorable action.
joyce lynn
a quick and easy read.

not quite the wind-up i would have liked, for a series finale, ESPECIALLY since it felt like paragraphs, if not pages, were missing in parts thru-out the book, but ...

i think some of that was due to the fact that each book was written by a different author? anyway ...

not sure, but think i'm now done w/ the "mushy stuff" again for a while, and am ready to get back to some twisted thrillers. we'll see ...
Barbara
Endearing, and at times poignant, I enjoyed this delightful holiday story. It is the conclusion of a cooperative series with several authors involved, and is the only one I have read. Emotional attachment, post-traumatic stress, romantic second chances, and foster care/adoption are all touched on, and handled extremely well.
Sonja
It was a sweet bool.
Dakota
loved it
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Jillian Hart grew up on her family's homestead in Washington state, where she raised cattle, rode horses and scribbled stories in her spare time.
After earning her English degree from Whitman College, she worked in travel and advertising before selling her first novel.
When Jillian isn't working on her next story, she can be found puttering around her rose garden, curled up with a good book and sp
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