Review: Twins For The Soldier
TWINS FOR THE SOLDIER - Rochelle Alers
Harlequin Special Editione
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January 2019
Category Romance
REVIEWER:  Jennifer Copeland | RATING:  B+
REVIEW: TWINS FOR THE SOLDIER by Rochelle Alers is the next installment of The Wickham Falls Wedding Series. This book brings to life the love story of Army Ranger Lee Remington and Angela Mitchell. TWINS FOR THE SOLDIER begins when Lee comes back to Wickham Falls to save his sister Viviana and the family home after her boyfriend steals her identity. He is also back in town to get the love of his life who is Angela Mitchell. Lee has been in love with Angela since they were in high school together, but she married their friend Justin first.

Angela Mitchell is widowed with a set of twins. She has been living with her mother-in-law since the death of her Marine husband Justin. When Angela clashes with her mother-in-law over how she is raising her children, she decides she’s had enough and calls Lee to help her. Lee lets Angela stay with him where he tells Angela one of the reasons why he is back in town.  Needless to say, the chemistry between them is spontaneous.

In
TWINS FOR THE SOLDIER, we get a chance to catch with some of the residents in Wickham Falls. It was great catching up with them all. The reader also gets a chance to follow the journey of Lee and Angela’s budding romance. Both of them have often wondered what would have happened if they had fellen in love with each other first instead of Angela marrying Justin.

Ms. Alers shows us in
TWINS FOR THE SOLDIER that you can come home and find a love of all time. Lee had been in love with Angela since she offered him a seat at lunch when he was a new student at school. Do Lee and Angela finally get their everlasting love? You will have to read the book to find out!

I enjoyed reading
TWINS FOR THE SOLDIER. It started out slow but once I got into it, I couldn’t put my kindle down! The book has everything that I love to read as an avid romance reader. It has a great storyline, romance, some love scenes, and some conflict. Ms. Alers is one of my favorite authors, so I was so happy to read this book!

1st February 2019 | romcol@caribsurf.com
(B+)