Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Her Soldier (That Girl #3) by H.J. Bellus

Her Soldier is the 3rd book in the That Girl series by H.J. Bellus. It can be read as a stand-alone but I recommend reading as part of the series to get the full effect as you get glimpses of the other characters. 

I read That Girl months ago and didn’t know there was more to the series until recently but I was super excited to see that The Game and Her Soldier had been released so I moved them up on my priority reading list. 

I really loved this book because it was different than the typical New Adult plot. There was mystery and intrigue as it kept me wanting to read to find out exactly what was going on with Jeremiah/Beau and how that was going to affect his relationship with Jenni. Jeremiah/Beau is totally swoon-worthy in this book and you get to see a fair amount of the girls from That Girl and The Game in this book so it’s definitely worth a read if you liked the other books. 


Sergeant Jeremiah Abbner died in the line of duty serving his country. Or at least that's what the newspapers said...

The US Government handed him a new identity, and strict orders not to make contact with anyone from his past. As far as society was concerned Sergeant Jeremiah Abbner was dead, and buried six feet under.

Not having contact with his ex-wife would be easy. She was a manipulator and a cheater.

Not seeing his daughter on the other hand would devastate him...

Beau Morgan, aka Jeremiah, settles down in a town far away from everything he's ever known. Coping with the trauma he's experienced and discovering a new life Beau finds himself the most aggressive he's ever been. His blood simmers with rage while his fists are thirsty to let it all out .

In the middle of his own living hell he never expected to run into an old familiar face. And to top it off, one who recognized him as Jeremiah.

He's vowed never to love again, but as circumstances land him in the arms of a woman, Jenni Lee, this time he may not have a choice, as she rarely takes no for an answer.

Can Beau Morgan control his temper long enough to settle into his new life? Or will resentment taint him forever?

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