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Nursing the Soldier's Heart

Loving the SoldierNurse Kirsten Bailey places her family above all else She refuses to give former army medic Brady Hewitt any leeway for being weeks late in visiting his ill grandmother But Brady has a good exc. Nursing a Soldier s Heart is the second in the Village of Hope series It can be read as part of the series or a stand alone Because this is about Eat It (Harder, of Hope series It can be read as part The Fever King (Feverwake, of the series The Neighbors Son 2 (Forbidden Love, or a stand alone Because this is about

review ¿ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Õ Merrillee Whren

Use and he's eager to show the pretty nurse that first impressions aren't always right While working with Brady to care for his grandmother and two orphaned boys Kirsten realizes that his charm and kindness aren. It s an easy heartwarming tale with no twists

Merrillee Whren Õ 8 Free read

't an act But Kirsten plans on doing missionary work abroad and she's determined not to fall for the engaging Nursing the eBook #8608 soldier Could the man she once dismissed be the one to make her stay forever.. I enjoyed revisiting the Village of Hope especially Cora She talked about her grandson Brady in the first book and how she worries over him In thi

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  • 224
  • Nursing the Soldier's Heart
  • Merrillee Whren
  • en
  • 22 June 2019
  • 9780373879779

10 thoughts on “Nursing the Soldier's Heart

  1. says:

    Not so greatI ended up starting to speed read a little over half way through because the story just seemed to drag it wasn't keeping my attention Oh and some of the dialogue felt really fake

  2. says:

    Nursing a Soldier's Heart is the second in the Village of Hope series It can be read as part of the series or a stand alone Because this is about a village there are many recurring characters between the books and reading the whole series does help you understand the back storiesI really loved Kristen and Brady's story The parts that happened in the nursing home were realistic I got a sense of who the character

  3. says:

    A Village of Hope book Brady's Grandmother becomes ill and ends up in Nursing Home part of Village She has nurse Kirsten try to reach her grandson she raisedKirsten and Brady do not hit if off when they meet But overcoming those first impressions bring Kirsten and him togetherSometimes God even has to shut doors to accomplish his purpose Kirsten has her heart set on Mission work A fire in kid's home area causes two boys to move in with Ad

  4. says:

    It's an easy heartwarming tale with no twists

  5. says:

    Initially I thought this was a run of the mill sweet story Halfway into it I became attached to the characters and by the end of it I couldn't wait for the next installment to come out

  6. says:

    This was a great book

  7. says:

    A beautiful written love story that capture your heart from beginning to ending Love ithighly recommended

  8. says:

    I enjoyed revisiting the Village of Hope especially Cora She talked about her grandson Brady in the first book and how she worries

  9. says:

    Nursing the Soldier's Heart while renewing our acuaintance with many people we got to know in Second Chance Reunion can be read as a standalone novel Author Merrillee Whren uses this book to introduce us to some new friendsNursing home resident Cora Barton has asked nurse Kirsten Bailey to contact her grandson to let him know that she is in the Village of Hope hospital Kirsten’s repeated efforts to contact Brady Hewitt result in only r

  10. says:

    Cora has fallen and broken her hip and has to go into the nursing home at Village of Hope Nurse Kirsten Bailey has made numerous calls to Brady Hewitt the grandson Cora raised He won't return her calls Kirsten is becoming uite annoyed with this guy thinking he doesn't care When he does show up at the nursing home she is not very pleasant to himBrady ends up working at Village of Hope and stays with Adam who is the Administrator at the Vill

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