He’s a sergeant used to giving the orders. She’s a female politician determined to call the shots. To cut through bureaucratic tape, they pretend they’re in a relationship...but they just might stay stuck together!
Ginger Dumasse loves the community that rallied around her after her wealthy father turned his back on her. She’s given back her whole life and now she plans to lead by winning the State Senate race. But she’ll need to gain more support with veterans and married couples if she hopes to rise in the polls. Having a man like Sergeant Colin Chase on her arm might get her ahead. Too bad the two are complete opposites who argue every time they’re in the same room.
Chase turned from his family’s empire to serve his country. Now back on home soil, he’s finding that those he served don’t want him recruiting the next generation into the Armed Forces. He’ll need help from the local school board to gain access to speak to the youth for his JROTC and Recruitment Center. He knows the perfect person to help him, but the problem is the last time he reached out a hand to Councilwoman Ginger Dumasse, she read him the riot act. Still hasn’t kept him from remembering what her beautiful face looked like, even when her mouth disparaged everything he stands for.
When the public believes the two are dating, Ginger’s numbers rise in the polls and Chase begins to get invitations to places where he was unwelcome just a day ago. With the decision made for them, the two pretend to be together. But the more time these two opposites spend with each other, the more they realize they have in common. Including that fact that they just might make a perfect union.
Find out if love can truly heal all wounds in this light-hearted, sweet romance of convenient arrangements that unfold into lasting love. In His Good Hands is the ninth in a continuing series of marriage of convenience tales featuring Wounded Warriors who are healed with the power of love.
This book was formerly titled The Sergeant and the Senator.