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Two Hearts' Christmas Wish: Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance, Book 4 is a military fiction novel written by Tamara Ferguson. Air Force Captain Jason Matthews’ squadron had completed their tour and were getting ready to go home, but a surprise attack on their planes moments before a last bomb drop was scheduled to take place left two Raptors in flames and three pilots badly injured. Jason’s efforts to save Zach Logan, who had been trapped in his cockpit, had left him with an irreparably injured hand, though he was thankful that he had not been as badly injured as Zach or Luke, who both had sustained significant burns. When he was finally released from the German hospital the three had been transported to, his musings about what to do with the rest of his life were interrupted by a most unexpected dream. His parents and anyone else would have thought his dreams would be recreations of the horrific events at the airbase, but this dream was about Kat Conlin, the thirteen-year-old girl he had been tasked with showing around Crystal Rock while she and her parents were vacationing there. Jason was sixteen at the time and had had no interest whatsoever in babysitting a little girl. Kat was likewise disappointed that the totally hot boy who was supposed to be her companion would be so boring, but then something happened. Maybe it was a bit of the magic that filters through the air, the water and the trees at Dragonfly Pointe, but by the time Kat and the Conlins were ready to leave, the two teens had fallen in love, even though they realized they’d probably never see each other again. Reliving those moments fourteen years ago gave him a renewed focus, and he knew what he had to do.
Tamara Ferguson’s military fiction novel, Two Hearts' Christmas Wish: Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance, Book 4, follows the reunion of Jason and Kat in that magical town of Crystal Rock. I’m a big fan of Crystal Rock in general, and Dragonfly Pointe in particular, and loved having the opportunity to be there during a very special Christmas. Ferguson’s emphasis in this story, as with the other stories in her series, is on returning veterans, especially wounded warriors. Each of her stories is inspiring and helps make it certain that the service and sacrifices of these servicemen and women are not forgotten, if only by her readers. I empathized with the young Jason who had found Kat entirely too attractive for her young age and jail bait status, and loved seeing the parallels between that long-remembered week and their reunion during the Christmas festivities. Ferguson’s plot is first-rate, and her characters soon felt like old friends one would want to spend more time with. Two Hearts' Christmas Wish: Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance, Book 4 is most highly recommended.