A Soldier for Christmas

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Steeple Hill, Nov 1, 2010 - Fiction - 224 pages
26 Reviews

When the tall soldier entered the Christian bookstore, Kelly Logan nearly fell over. Could it be Mitch Dalton, the classmate she'd once had a crush on? Skinny Mitch had matured into a heart-stoppingly handsome man. And he wanted her to help him find a present for his mother.

As they discovered the perfect gift, a friendship ignited. But friendship and a common faith was all it was. Mitch was leaving for the Middle East, and besides, after her tumultuous upbringing, Kelly felt relationships were hazardous. Yet, a lingering hope told her that perhaps God had special plans for them….

 

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Review: A Soldier for Christmas (The McKaslin Clan: Series 3 #1)

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It can't be easy to write a romance where the couple spends more than half the story on opposite sides of the planet, but Hart did a great job. Although I do feel the ending was a bit rushed, I still loved the story. It was so moving, making me teary eyed more than once. Read full review

Review: A Soldier for Christmas (The McKaslin Clan: Series 3 #1)

User Review  - Alison - Goodreads

It can't be easy to write a romance where the couple spends more than half the story on opposite sides of the planet, but Hart did a great job. Although I do feel the ending was a bit rushed, I still loved the story. It was so moving, making me teary eyed more than once. Read full review

Contents

Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Ten
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Fifteen
Chapter Sixteen
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION

Chapter Nine

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About the author (2010)

Jillian Hart grew up on the original homestead where her family still lives, went to high school where Twin Peaks was filmed, earned an English degree, and has travelled extensively. When Jillian’s not writing her stories, she reads, stops for café mochas, and hikes through the pine forests near her home in Washington State.

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