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The Return of the King's Ranger (Hearts at War) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07WGWR5CC
- Publisher : White Rose Publishing (August 23, 2019)
- Publication date : August 23, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 1183 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 212 pages
- Lending : Enabled
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#1,603,826 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #1,476,025 in Kindle eBooks
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Myles is a complicated hero. I love that Couch walks a thin line with this character. He is broody and stands on the wrong side of history, but his inner struggle with ghosts from his past elicit sympathy from the reader and make you root for him to overcome his demons with Nora’s steadfast kindness and understanding.
The romantic tension between Myles and Nora is palpable. Couch really upped the ante in this installment of the series. My gut twisted wondering how she would bring these two protagonists together when so many obstacles stand in their way.
One of my favorite things about Couch’s writing is her beautifully descriptive prose. She has a gift for transporting the reader back in time. Infused with historical details, The Return of the King’s Ranger has settings so real you can not only see the Reid farm but smell the musty hay and hear the horses hooves clop on the dusty roads.
Forgiveness is the major theme that stands out to me in The Return of the King’s Ranger. Anger rages in Myles over the war and its effects on him and his family. His inability to make peace with the past leads to terrible unrest and nightmares and nearly costs him the woman he loves. His journey to find peace reminds us that unchecked resentment hardens the heart and makes the soul bitter. No matter how wrong one has been treated, Christ calls us to forgive as He has forgiven us.
The Return of the King’s Ranger is a strong finale to this amazing Revolutionary War series that I strongly recommend.
This fourth book has a surprise twist. Did this book meet my expectations? Yes! Nora Reid’s life just became more interesting when Myles Cunningham came to town.
Choosing which book from the series is my favorite is hard because I loved them all for different reasons. One thing is for sure the reader will need tissues close by. I do recommend this series to fans of historical fiction.
Nora Reid is the middle daughter of a farmer. Her father was injured years ago and he relies heavily on her help on the farm. Her two older sisters have married and her younger sister has two men chasing her so will marry soon. Nora has just about given up on romance for herself. Along comes a stranger, it is obvious that he fought in the war. She fakes a fall in the river and a sprained ankle. He gives her a ride to her home. She talks him into staying the night and talks her brother into hiring him. Could he be her happily ever after?
Miles Cunningham returned to the valley to see if he can find out what happened to his family. At sixteen raiders came and burned his family home and took him and his brother to force them into the Continental Army. He had escaped and joined the King's Rangers. It was told to all he had been executed. Miles is filled with hate and bitterness. He tells Nora that his name is Mathew Crawford. He has no plans on staying in the valley but he overhears Nora talking to her sister about his brother. He must find him and find out what has happened to his sister.
A desperate journey of hate, bitterness, and unforgiveness. How can two people from two different sides come together. God has a plan for these two, a plan for a hope and a future. God has a plan for you too. a good plan and not for evil.