Homefront by Jessica Scott
He’s always loved her…
First Sergeant Gale Sorren waited a war and half a lifetime for a chance to get stationed near the ex-wife who left him years ago. When he finally musters the courage to see her, the life he imagined she was living was nothing close to the reality.
She’s never stopped loving him…
Melanie never stopped worrying about Gale each time he headed off to war. But he’s never been there when she needed him and she’s had fifteen years to steel her heart against him.
But when Gale moves to Fort Hood, he finally has a chance to make things right with Melanie and the daughter she raised without him.
Can Mel trust her heart to a man who has always let her down?
A reunion romance and the sacrifices of war.
I have heard many wonderful things about this book and finally got the chance to read it. It’s beautifully written. It’s easy to read and flows well. Real-life reactions and circumstances; totally believable. A broken family gets a second chance. There’s a great connection between the hero and heroine and also hero and the troubled daughter. I loved this book, and definitely recommend it. I look forward to future books in this series.