Saturday, March 9, 2013

Tamara Hoffa's HEART OF A SOLDIER reviewed by Pat Sheppard


Soldier Jameson Hunter faces the battle of his life: winning the heart of Charlotte Mackenzie, widowed mother of a young recruit.

Uncle Sam wants you.  Well he really wanted Evan MacKenzie,  but not if Charlie MacKenzie had anything to do with it.  Charlie was determined to not let the military get the only man left in her life.  Her baby, her one and only child.  Well they had another thing coming.  She was standing her ground.  Until she landed in the sinkhole called Chief Warrant Officer Jameson Hunter.  All thoughts of fighting just seemed to vanish when she looked at the broad shoulders, those absolutely tuned biceps, and  listened to that voice.  In the end how does the slogan go?  "Be All you Can Be".  Well Charlie was the best he had in a long time.  CWO Hunter did not get her son but he got something even more important, he got her heart.

I thought it was a great novella to entice someone with.  I went looking for her on Amazon to see what else she had written.  In the short story category I would give it a four. Only a because she put several months onto seventy four pages. Good read overall!


4 Stars (Brilliant)

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