By Honor Bound
Jenna has always followed her army colonel father and now she lives in a battlefield in Spain with four other officers. All four officers are like family to her, but she is particulary fond of the eldest, Major Garrett. One day, her father is killed in combat! Now Jenna has no choice but to move out of Spain and live with her relative in England. One of the officers suggests that Jenna should marry one of them so that she can stay with them. While Jenna is startled by the officers' proposal, even Garrett asks her to marry him...!
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- army nurse 4
- JAB 06/24/2016
I found this book to be really cool, because the heroine and the hero met on the battlefield because the hero is a soldier and the heroine is the general's daughter but also an army nurse because she bandages up wounded soldiers and clothes. The heroine is a jack of trades and a lot of the men like and respect her....well all, except for one. The hero is respectful. The heroine is on the battlefield because that is the only life that she has ever known because her father is a general, while the hero ran away to battle in order to deal with the pain that his beloved chose a rich man over him for having no title because he is a second son. It's a bitter pill to swallow for the second born kids. I like how the heroine keeps surprising the hero with her practical sense and strength to persevere. I also give major brownie point to the hero for defending the heroine's honor against the bad apple in their group. Unfortunately, the heroine's father, the herbal dies in battle and now the men are tying to figure out how to help the heroine and one of them mentions that one of the four should marry her, so she can stay. The next thing that happens is funny because when the group finds out that the heroine has a fortune, one of the men say, "How is an inheritance going to let the heroine stay in the army?", I was laughing my head off because he didn't get it. Then one thing leads to the next and suddenly, the hero and heroine are engaged. After that, the bad apple tries to corner the heroine in order to make her marry him and pay his debts. I love how the heroine handled him "sharply" as she put it. It was brilliant and impressed the hero too. The ending was cute and a book to consider reading.
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