à A Soldier For Keeps (The McKaslin Clan: Series 3, #9; Granger Family Ranch, #1)☆ Author ✓ Jillian Hart books about books – groundhogwalking.co.uk

A Soldier For Keeps (The McKaslin Clan: Series 3, #9; Granger Family Ranch, #1) Lexie Evans is not looking for a relationship with Pierce Granger And that s just fine by the handsome soldier Neither one has time for romance, but they can both commit to friendship, right Then, after months as pen pals, Pierce visits Lexie s family ranch in Wyoming Face to face with her friend, Lexie realizes her feelings toward him have changed She s finally ready for love but is Pierce ready to be hers for keeps New Download A Soldier For Keeps (The McKaslin Clan: Series 3, #9; Granger Family Ranch, #1) [ Author ] Jillian Hart [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

    12 thoughts on “Ã A Soldier For Keeps (The McKaslin Clan: Series 3, #9; Granger Family Ranch, #1)☆ Author ✓ Jillian Hart books about books – groundhogwalking.co.uk

  1. As usual, this series delivers.

  2. I loved this book

  3. Pierce and Lexie have both decided they do not want to love anyone again because you just get hurt.They decide they can be friends, and e mail each other during Pierce s military deployment Both recognize they have feelings that arethan friendship, but are determined not to let them grow or share these with the other The happy ending came very abruptly and maybe a little far fetched for me But I loved their time together at the college, and Pierces time with his family to swing me to Pierce and Lexie have both decided they do not want to love anyone again because you just get hurt.They decide they can be friends, and e mail each other during Pierce s military deployment Both recognize they have feelings that arethan friendship, but are determined not to let them grow or share these with the other The happy ending came very abruptly and maybe a little far fetched for me But I loved their time t...

  4. I found this book at a library sale and I m very glad for that It is one of the best stories I ve ever read Jillian Hart has created a series revolving around the McKaslin clan A Soldier For Keeps tells the stor...

  5. great emotion a little slow but a lovely story

  6. Sacchrine Love Inspired story that just held NO surprises The only reason I picked it up was because I LOVE correspondence literature, and this is a letter writing book.Lexie is THE most boring character ever written into a novel She s a grad student who loves horses and skis, sure, but it s completely incongruous to her personality She s a drag a bookworm except that she has no passion for it or horses, or skiing, or anything else The way Lexie acts toward Pierce from moment one Sacchrine Love Inspired story that just held NO surprises The only reason I picked it up was because I LOVE correspondence literature, and this is a letter writing book.Lexie is THE most boring character ever written into a novel She s a grad student who loves horses and skis, sure, but it s completely incongruous to her personality She s a drag a bookworm except that she has no passion for it or horses, or skiing, or anything else The way Lexie acts toward Pierce from moment one is forced by the author.Pierce is a daredevil Special Forces guy who is gung ho and no fear, of course But it s completely incongr...

  7. I love books with military heroes heroines, so this was an easy choice to pick up I really like Harlequin s new line of books that don t have all the sex, just the romance This was a good book with a great start and two great main characters I started out thinking I would give it 4 stars, but toward the end the whole angst thing between the two was starting to get old, as the author had started it quite near the beginning And then the end I felt she just sort of threw on because she was ti I love books with military heroes heroines, so this was an easy choice to pick up I really like Harlequin s new line of books that don t have all the sex, just the romance This was a good book with a great start and two great main characters I started out thinking I would give it 4 stars, but toward the end the whol...

  8. I loved this story, and enjoyed the viewpoints and lifestyle of a soldier that were woven into the plot The characters of Lexie and Pierce were presented in such a clear way that I truly felt like I knew them, and it kept me very interested in what was going to happen It did seem like the ending went a little too quickly from one extreme of feelings to the opposite extreme, and that made it slightly less believable A littletime might have made it seemplausible For that reason onl I loved this story, and enjoyed the viewpoints and lifestyle of a soldier that were woven into the plot The characters of Lexie and Pierce were presented in such a clear way that I truly felt like I knew them, and it kept me very interested in what was going to happen It did seem like the ending went a little too quickly from one extreme of feelings to the opposite extreme, and that made it slight...

  9. Not bad overall, but kind of predictable I kind of like books like this to have a littledrama or something to really pull you in The characters also jumped back and forth between actually admitting to themselves that they l...

  10. A Christian Romance Lexie is looking, but not very hard, for Mr Right She isn t haveing much luck in finding someone to meet her criteria Peirce isn t looking at all because he is an Army Ranger and feels this is where he is needed to help protect his country Trite but has some good redeeming humor.

  11. Good gravy I really enjoy reading Jillian Hart novelsshe has such a gentle, peaceful way of writing But with this one, she left me hanging almost until the very end Seriously, when you want to drop kick the hero because he s being a doofus well into the last chapterThankful...

  12. The stories in the McKaslin series are cute and entertaining, but all of them have the same basic theme one person of a would be relationship doesn t want a relationship with the opposite sex for fear he she will be hurt again Of course, that is not the final word in the relationship