For Kiara Roberts, cancer was a b*tch. It took her teenage years, her shot at the Olympic team, and her leg. She was not letting it take her new job as the high school track coach and health educator. Sketchy test results put her patience on edge and made it a struggle to keep pushing forward. She needed a night of dancing, drinking, and fun with her friends to mark a new beginning, no matter what the future held.
Coming home was supposed to be a relief for Army Specialist David Easton. He served his country and after months of rehab, the PTSD remained unbearable. Drinking wasn't the answer, nor was co-owning the family bar with his brother. Getting the job at his old high school was manageable and put his family at ease giving the illusion that life was back to normal. It was anything but, and the moment he spotted Kiara across a crowded dance floor during the lowest point in his life everything changed.
Kiara wasn't attracted to jarheads. She didn't have room in her life for players no matter how sexy and sweet they seemed. So why was David Easton showing up everywhere? There was no escaping him, and her only option left might be surrender.
Book six in the Love By Design series of contemporary romantic comedies.
Mission For Love is written to be read as a standalone, but many readers prefer to read the series in order.
Love Under Construction (1)
Unlovely Things (2)
Love Actually (5)
Mission For Love (6)
Mine To Keep (7)
Love On Tap (8)
This was a good read and nice addition to the series.
This one is definitely a keeper on my book shelf, to people who have been thru the emotional ringer. David and Kiara fit so well together and show that you can fight your battles alone, but with someone who loves you is so much better. Love the protective nature of David and Kiara’s zest for life. A very fitting ending for this couple who have fought their own demons to find that reward when openIn your heart to trust.
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I read only the description of the book and will not read any of the rest of it.
If the author can’t do enough research to know that Army personnel are referred to as Soldiers and ONLY Marines are referred to as Jarheads (never refer to a Marine as a soldier) then there is no hope for the rest of the book. Details matter.