No one has ever felt sorry for Genevieve Beaumont. After all, she has everything money can buy. That is, until she discovers her fiance has been two-timing her and she's left with two choices: marry the philanderer to please her controlling father or be disinherited and find a means to support herself. Read more...
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No one has ever felt sorry for Genevieve Beaumont. After all, she has everything money can buy. That is, until she discovers her fiance has been two-timing her and she's left with two choices: marry the philanderer to please her controlling father or be disinherited and find a means to support herself.
Genevieve's salvation appears in the most unlikely of prospects: Dylan Caine, a sexy, wounded war vet whose life is as messy as hers. Dylan's struggling to adjust after his time in Afghanistan, and the last thing he needs is a spoiled socialite learning about the real world for the first time. True, she may have unexpected depths and beauty to match. But he knows he could never be the man she needs...and she knows he could never be the man she "thinks" she wants. So why are they each hoping that a Christmas miracle willl prove them both wrong?
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2013-09-30
- Reviewer: Staff
Thayne’s sixth Hope’s Crossing contemporary (after Willowleaf Lane) is a sometimes heartbreaking tale of love and relationships in a small Colorado town. Former Army Ranger Dylan Caine returns to his tiny hometown minus an eye, part of an arm, and a lot of confidence. Genevieve Beaumont is the woman he remembers as the spoiled-rotten daughter of the town’s pompous mayor. After a bar fight, the two are thrown together in court-ordered community service at A Warrior’s Hope, the facility Dylan’s sister Charlotte has founded for injured members of the armed forces. Dylan and Genevieve soon realize that stereotypes can often be misleading. As Genevieve tries hard to prove that she’s not the brat she once was—an uphill battle, considering the short tempers and long memories of some of the town’s residents—Dylan falls hard for the plucky hometown girl. But will he admit it to her, or reject her because he feels damaged and unworthy? Poignant and sweet, this tale of second chances will appeal to fans of military-flavored sweet romance. (Nov.)