Published by Penguin on 2014-10-21
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, Military, Romance
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The eternal bachelor finally finds his match—if he can get her attention... After her fiancé dies in her arms in Afghanistan, combat nurse Kim Torres decides to get as far away from men and the war as she can. Now a nanny to a little girl, she’s trying to date again, but her heart just isn’t in it. Not even for a man as sexy as Owen Kent... When Major Owen Kent returns from his deployment with the Marines in Afghanistan, he discovers how much things have really changed. The billionaire CIO’s friends are settling down and having families—things a serial dater like Owen doesn’t expect to do. But he’s also not expecting his friend Harper’s new nanny to be the woman who stole his heart half a world away. Kim may want nothing to do with Owen, but he’s not about to surrender without a fight. Praise for the Forever Love Stories “Jeannie Moon writes a sweet, sexy escape.”—New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis “An emotionally engaging and sexy story of lost love and new beginnings.” —New York Times bestselling author JoAnn Ross
I knew I’d love this book from the moment I read the Dedication page. Be sure to have some Kleenex handy, the first chapter is a gut wrenching. I liked Kim in the last book and was really looking forward to reading her story with Owen and it didn’t disappoint. I thought the story was really touching, I liked the characters and their intensity toward each other. Even though I don’t have a military background I identified with their issues and maybe because of personal things in my own life, I identified with a lot of Kim’s feelings. Owen is super sexy, though at times he was very arrogant (like how he treated Harper) but overall he is one hunky hero. I love how sure he is of his feelings for Kim. There is a lot of heart and a lot of growth in the story and I really enjoyed it. I also enjoyed catching up with the characters from the earlier books and meeting a bunch of new ones. You can’t go wrong with a Jeannie Moon book.