Steadfast Soldier (Google eBook)

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Steeple Hill, Jun 1, 2010 - Fiction - 224 pages
6 Reviews


Rescuing people is his job...

But the one person pararescue jumper Chance Garrison can't seem to help is his own ailing father, who refuses his much-needed physical rehabilitation. That is, until Chance hires unconventional occupational therapist Chloe Callet. To his surprise, Chloe and her sweet black Lab, Midnight, work wonders. And not only on the elder Garrison. Chance just may have met the woman who can get through his own toughened exterior. Can he persuade the lovely Chloe to take a chance--on him?

  

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Review: Steadfast Soldier (Wings of Refuge #7)

User Review  - Alyssa - Goodreads

A fun read about a great physical therapist who helps out the ailing father of a para rescue jumper. Fun read by a well-written author. Read full review

Review: Steadfast Soldier (Wings of Refuge #7)

User Review  - Fedora - Goodreads

Chance falls for Chloe, the perky and determined physical therapist hired to help his dad recover after a stroke. Read full review

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Contents

Chapter Ten
106
Chapter Eleven
114
Chapter Twelve
126
Chapter Thirteen
134
Chapter Fourteen
142
Chapter Fifteen
151
Chapter Sixteen
165
Chapter Seventeen
179

Chapter Four
41
Chapter Five
53
Chapter Six
65
Chapter Seven
75
Chapter Eight
82
Chapter Nine
95
Chapter Eighteen
191
Chapter Nineteen
198
Chapter Twenty
211
Questions for Discussion
219
Copyright Page
221
Copyright

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About the author (2010)



Cheryl Wyatt's closest friends would never dream of the mayhem she plots during announcements at church. A Registered Nurse-turned-Stay-at-Home-Mom, joyful chaos rules her home and she delights in the stealth moments God gives her to write. She stays active in her church and in her laundry room. She's convinced that having been born on a naval base on Valentine's Day destined her to write military romance.

Her debut novels, A Soldier's Promise and A Soldier's Family release from Steeple Hill publishers in January and March 2008. Prior to publication, Cheryl was published in non-fiction and had six manuscripts place in twelve RWA contests.

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