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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Bonded by war, survival, sabotage, and near-death experiences in Iraq, Sergeant Jeffrey Frisco and Captain Jeremy Northup became lifelong friends. When Jeff returned to Crystal Rock for Jeremy’s wedding, he met his friend’s sister, Amanda. Jeff and Amanda had dated and broken up in high school, so they had history. Ten years had passed, and they couldn’t stand each other, but the sparks between them were alive. However, Amanda didn’t trust Jeff enough to spill her guts. Someone he knew was blackmailing her for a long time. Jeffrey also couldn’t stand Amanda’s feigned shallowness. The duo agreed to a truce for the sake of Jeremy’s wedding, but would it last? Will they ever get past their demons and let Cupid's arrow strike a second time? Find out in Two Hearts’ Truce by Tamara Ferguson.
Two Hearts’ Truce by Tamara Ferguson is the sixteenth installment of the Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance series, and I loved it. I enjoyed reading about our veterans finding love with someone deserving. The romance was tasteful, with no tackiness, and my toes curled from the cuteness. I also enjoyed watching Amanda blossom. After six years of stagnancy, she took the first steps to academic and career accomplishment. Jeff defined love through his patience, understanding, care, providing, and protection. He was a model man. The veterans pulled at my heartstrings, and I shed a tear when Anna talked to Amanda about prosthetics. That scene reminded me of how many veterans live the rest of their lives with varying degrees of disabilities and trauma gained while serving their country. I thank them for their services and sacrifices. Tamara merged sensitive issues with romance and humor in this book to create a masterpiece.