His duty was to deliver heartbreaking news, but when he heard her song it brought him back to life.
Corporal Brandon Lucas has one goal, tell the family of his brother in arms that their son won’t be coming home. Survivor’s guilt has been keeping him up all day and night, but he hopes shedding his burden and getting some R&R on the Purple Heart Ranch, a rehabilitation retreat for veterans, will get him back in fighting shape so he can re-enlist. Love was not in the plan… until he heard the voice of an angel.
Reegan Cartwright loves her small town life, especially singing each week in her church choir. It’s been lonely with her parents gone and her twin brother serving overseas, but she still feels deeply connected to him. So when a handsome soldier tells her that her brother is missing and presumed dead, Reegan refuses to believe it. She’s determined to convince Brandon to think with his heart more than his head.
When tragedy strikes again and the Cartwright family home burns to the ground, Brandon proposes a marriage of convenience to keep Reegan from having to move away from the town she loves. Reegan can’t deny the connection she feels between her and the dutiful corporal. She also can’t help but wonder if his proposal is only due to his guilt? Can the two forge a real relationship or will she be forever singing solo?
Find out if love can truly heal all wounds in this light-hearted, sweet romance of convenient arrangements that unfold into lasting love. The Corporal and the Choir Girl is the first in a continuing series of marriage of convenience tales featuring Wounded Warriors who are healed with the power of love.