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Endearing inspirational romance
on November 6, 2012
Carter Wallace has come home to be with his family and deliver a message to a fallen comrade's widow, Savannah. Her reaction to his message is not what he expected. Having been left by the man who claimed to love her, she doesn't know what to make of her estranged husband's last words. She especially doesn't know what to make of the handsome soldier's offer of help. However, with no one else to turn to she accepts his help and so begins Savannah and Carter's journey to find where duty ends and love begins.
I really liked Carter's character. He's loyal and compassionate and takes his duty seriously, whether to his country or to his friends or to his family. He's sort of in an interesting situation among his family. He's the only one among his siblings that isn't a twin and that sort of makes him feel like the odd one out. He tries to keep himself detached from feeling anything but it really doesn't work when it comes to Savannah. Savannah is wary at first, but considering the fact that the person she trusted the most let her down you can understand her reluctance to trust again especially someone as handsome and charming as Carter.
In the background, the "family" plot continues. This is the second to the last book in the texas twins series so if you haven't read the other ones before it you will be a little lost in regards to the family issues.
All in all, I thought it was a very sweet story.