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As you probably know, my critique partner is Genevieve Turner. We’ve been working together for four years and we write books together and she’s one of my closest friends. So I’m super duper biased when it comes to her books. But you should read her Forever a Soldier, which released today. And I’m not just saying that because the cover looks like this.

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The heroine is a graduate student, specifically a historian doing archival research, and her fears and worries and the details of her life are so accurate. And the hero is gruff and wounded and delicious. I absolutely loved this book.

So again, me = biased. But if you haven’t read Genevieve’s contemporaries, it’s a great place to start. I’ve dropped the blurb and the buy links below the fold.

A wounded soldier searching for healing…

Hank Moreno returned home from combat not quite broken but definitely battered. His job now is to recover from his tour of duty and to keep a hundred-year-old house from falling down around his ears. No one calls, no one visits—just as he likes. But then one irrepressible woman invades his sanctuary, hunting the secrets hidden within.

A determined scholar searching for a legend…

Graduate student Lale Pehlivan is investigating a century-old mystery. Unraveling it will guarantee she becomes a star history professor. But one surly former soldier is guarding the family archives—and standing between her and the information she needs.

There’s no escape from the person destined to break your heart…

Lale launches a charm attack Hank can’t resist, and the sterling honor Lale finds beneath Hank’s surliness tunnels under her own defenses. But when Lale threatens to unearth Hank’s secrets along with those in the archive, their hearts might not survive the upheaval.

You can pick it up at AmazoniBooksNookKobo, and Google Play.

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