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Publisher Description

He’ll do whatever it takes

To protect his family

When a plane crash leaves special ops soldier Hawk Jacobson with amnesia, all he knows is that the plane was sabotaged and he has a target on his back. His survival depends on letting everyone—including his wife, Jillian Wade—believe he’s dead. Until gunmen come after Jillian and the daughter he never knew existed. Can Jillian help him regain his memory in time to expose a killer?

Justice Seekers

November 1
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation

Customer Reviews

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Soldier's Christmas Secrets

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it.

This was a book that starts the intrigue right from the beginning and drew me in. Hawk comes home just in time to save his next door neighbor, Jillian and her daughter Lizzy, from two intruders. Come to find out Hawk is really James Wade, Jillian's deceased husband. How could this be? He has been dead for 5 years? The day she discovered that she is pregnant, is the day she also is told that she was a widow. Apparently James was the only survivor from the plane crash that killed his team. He had amnesia from the crash and over the years, was able to piece together some facts in his "swiss cheese memory".

The trials that this family of three, along with a few good friends, go through over the next few days is one that will keep you guessing. The person that is ultimately behind all of the nefarious happenings was one that took me by surprise. I was glued to me e-reader to discover the truth behind everything. The plot was a well written one that flowed nicely.

I appreciated having a duel POV format here. Getting in the mind of Hawk (James) was such an interesting one. The poor man went through a great deal and was willing to sacrifice all for his family. Jillian on the other hand has to overcome the thought of being married to Hawk, who used to be James. Yes, this one really was enchanting.

This was a clean romance that I would highly recommend to anyone.

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