A Soldier's Heart by Marta Perry
(The Flanagans)

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Wounded army officer Luke Marino was sent home, his career, his spirit shattered. Now he wanted only to be left alone, refusing even the physical therapy he needed.

But Mary Kate Flanagan Donnelly, a widow with two children to raise on her own, needed Luke's case to prove herself as a capable therapist. Despite the revival of feelings she thought dormant since their high school romance, she was determined to help the stubborn hero and keep matters strictly business….


About Marta Perry

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Marta can't resist the lure of a new story idea."Characters appear in my mind and start talking to each other. That's when I know I'm in trouble. I can't stop following them until I know their story... their joys, their secret fears, most of all the things that keep them from loving each other."This fascination has led the author to write numerous short stories and novels. But with Steeple Hill's Love Inspired books, she feels she'd found her perfect niche."I'm so thankful to have the opportunity to tell love stories that include the characters' spiritual lives. Their relationship with God is a strong thread running through the story. Without that relationship, they won't find the happiness they seek or the love God has for them."When she's not writing, Marta and her husband enjoy traveling, spending time with friends, and keeping up with their far-flung family."Thank goodness for e-mail," she says. "With a son and daughter in Georgia and North Carolina, and a daughter, son-in-law, and grandson in San Francisco, we'd never keep up otherwise!"Her new baby grandson is the current light of her life. "I don't think I realized the depth of love I'd feel at the sight of this new little person. It's absolutely amazing!"You can reach Marta by writing to her c/o Steeple Hill Books, 300 East 42nd Street, Sixth Floor, New York, NY 10017, or via e-mail at mpjohn@sunlink.net. Or visit her on the web at http://www.home.sunlink.net/~mpjohn/. She'll be delighted to hear from you.
Published September 3, 2009 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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