Two Hearts’ Alliance

Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Book 15

Romance - Contemporary
284 Pages
Reviewed on 09/01/2022
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Author Biography

Writing both steamy and sweet compassionate stories of fate that are wonderfully romantic, Tamara Ferguson is the 7X Readers' Favorite Gold Medal Winning, Amazon Top 25, #1 International and USA Today Bestselling Author of the Tales of the Dragonfly Romance Suspense Series, the Kissed By Fate Series, the Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Series, the Daydreams and Dragonflies Sweet Romance Series as well as a participating author in the Hot Hunks Steamy Romance Collection.

If you don't believe in the power of fate, you shouldn't read her stories, because Tamara always writes a happily-ever-after for her heroines and heroes, since it doesn't always work out that way in real life.

Besides earning 2 designated GREAT ON KINDLE Selections, her stories have won over 35 awards (mostly for her Two Hearts Wounded Warriors) in the categories of Holiday Fiction, Military Fiction, Fiction Intrigue, Novellas, Mystery, Women's Fiction, Suspense, Fiction Thrillers, Short Story Fiction, New Adult, and Young Adult Romance.

A member of the RWA, the Authors' Billboard, and the Independent Authors' Book Network, her stories have been included in several #1 bestselling anthologies, including those she's published under Tammysdragonfly.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Emma Megan for Readers' Favorite

Two Hearts’ Alliance by Tamara Ferguson is a contemporary romance that follows two captains who form an instant alliance. Captain Christine McKay and Captain Jeremy Northrup meet for the first time in Arizona during training. While observing how Christine deals with the Iraqi soldiers and how easily she gains their respect, Jeremy begins to admire her and have feelings for her, despite knowing she is married. But when Christine returns to North Carolina, she learns about her husband's dirty secrets and decides to divorce him. When Christine flies to Germany to serve as a replacement for another female officer, to discreetly investigate Major Darnell’s behavior and prove the allegations of sexual misconduct against him, she meets Jeremy once again. Unfortunately, their paths split quickly when their mission against Darnell doesn't go the way they want. Are they fated to meet once again?

Two Hearts’ Alliance is the second book I have read from the Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance series and I can say that Tamara Ferguson has a unique way of getting under your skin. Her writing and the epic love stories she crafts are gripping, smart, and heartwarming. In Two Hearts’ Alliance, Tamara Ferguson elegantly captures love in its myriad shades: infatuation, romance, lust, commitment, and obsession. This is a touching and charming novel about love, betrayal, wounded warriors, and taking second chances in life and in love. The dialogue and story flow nicely, which makes the story easy to devour. This romantic tale has the perfect balance of courage, romance, suspense, and adventure. I highly recommend it.

Shrabastee Chakraborty

Two Hearts’ Alliance: Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Book 15 continues the series by Tamara Ferguson and stars Captain Jeremy Northrup and Captain Christine Cameron. When they first meet at a training camp, Jeremy realizes he has found his perfect companion in her, but the knowledge that she is married makes him forgo all hopes of a future together. A year later, they meet again but under slightly different circumstances. Despite feeling protective of Christine, Jeremy still hesitates, unaware she has since been divorced. While neither wants to acknowledge the obvious spark between them, a horrific blast leaves Jeremy gravely wounded. Can he ever return to active service and will he ever meet his dream woman again? Even if he meets her, what are the chances they will share a future?

The short span of the book belied the depth of the topics Tamara Ferguson covered. She showed how romance could bloom even under the most unlikely circumstances. Destiny kept bringing Jeremy and Christine together despite their reluctance to accept their true feelings. I desperately wanted them to clear the confusion and hesitancy between them once and for all. While the plot was predictable in an agreeable way, the romance was neither cheesy nor steamy, leaving a sweet aftertaste when I finished the book. Ferguson laced the narrative with a dash of humor, adding to the charm. Jeremy’s awkward proposal made me laugh indulgently at this sweet romantic who was unable to put his desires into words. On the more serious side, Ferguson portrayed a realistic picture of gender discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace. Thankfully, she also gave us a strong female lead who could fight both. Two Hearts’ Alliance is a perfect read for those looking for sweet and short romance stories.

Jennifer Ibiam

Captain Jeremy Northup first set eyes on Captain Christine McKay in Tucson, Arizona, where they trained the rescue pilots before leaving for Iraq. The duo was strongly attracted to each other at first sight, but there was a problem. Christine was married and would never cheat, even though her marriage was in crisis. A year later, Christine and Jeremy met again in Germany, as she was on an investigative mission for the AFOSI. This time, Christine was single, having divorced her husband for his dishonesty and pilfering habits. Fate gave Jeremy and Christine a second chance until they walked into a trap, and Jeremy was caught in an IED explosion. Is it over for the couple, or will fate give them a third chance at Cupid? Find out in Two Hearts’ Alliance by Tamara Ferguson.

A couple that goes to war together triumphs together. Two Hearts’ Alliance by Tamara Ferguson is the fifteenth installment of the Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance series. I love military romance and enjoy seeing the vulnerable sides of our hardcore servicemen. They also have a life, and love finds us, even in the most dangerous zones. I loved the plot, development, and storyline. Christine and Jeremy were also a delight to read about because their lives had many facets. I saw how marriage could prove to be a setback if unchecked, and how spouses could plot one’s downfall, and they’d be none the wiser. Major Brian was also a case study of bosses who sexually exploited their subordinates in the workplace. I couldn’t stand the Major because he was manipulative, misogynistic, and delusional. This novel was another fantastic delivery, and I’m moving on to book sixteen!