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E-PUB õ The Soldier's Newfound Family Þ When he returns to Texas from overseas, US Marine Carter Wallace makes good on a promise To tell a fallen soldier s wife that her husband loved her But widowed Savannah Black, pregnant and alone, shares a different story with Carter one that tests everything he believes He brings Savannah back to the Triple C ranch, where family secrets and siblings he hadn t known about await him Now the marine who never needed anyone suddenly needs Savannah Will opening his heart be the bravest thing he ll ever do The Soldier s Newfound Family by Kathryn Springer was number 5 in the Texas Twins series It moved the story along and kept the characters consistent with the works of the other authors in the series This one featured Carter who for obvious reasons felt isolated from the rest of the family A very pleasant romance with a backdrop of family drama. This is a miniBooks For Christian Girlsreview It is not a full content review and will not receive one These mini reviews are years old and just for clarity on the rating the book received on Goodreads 3 20 2013 Content wise, Carter has flashbacks from the war, but there are not detailed 2 7 2020 Mentioned in a recent video that I would be unhauling this series after rereading it This is a miniBooks For Christian Girlsreview It is not a full content review and will not receive one These mini reviews are years old and just for clarity on the rating the book received on Goodreads 3 20 2013 Content wise, Carter has flashbacks from the war, but there are not detailed 2 7 2020 Mentioned in a recent video that I would be unhauling this series after rereading it 3.5 starsThere were a number of things that didn t add up in the book, and even some editing issues with words randomly missing from sentencesbut somehow it was heartwarming anyway It was a bit of a challenge to pick up near the end of a complicated series, but I managed to figure out what was going on, and will definitely consider readingof the books peeve warning really, don t look at the cover It is not representative of the story or the characters I wasn t so sure about Carter at first, especially how he held himself apart from his family, including the siblings he d grown up with And, with his duty towards Savannah, he came across as slightly overbearing Though, he did mellow out, so that s good.I liked Savannah, especially that she clung to her faith, and the good things her grandmother had taught her even in the difficult times I particularly loved the advice to count to 10 when we re frustratedbut instead of just numbers I wasn t so sure about Carter at first, especially how he held himself apart from his family, including the siblings he d grown up with And, with his duty towards Savannah, he came across as slightly overbearing Though, he did mellow out, so that s good.I liked Savannah, especially that she clung to her faith, and the good things her grandmother had taught her even in the difficult times I particularly loved the advice to count to 10 when we re frustratedbut instead of just numbers, count blessings I feel like the romance was a bit rushed Perhaps that s a product of my age, but I am finding I don t like the meet and sweep them off their feet within a month trope as much any.I did appreciate the little hints we were given if what I m reading is actually a hint rather than me just reading wayinto something than the author intended about what happened to keep the family estranged for so many years, but my GOODNESS You definitely need to have the next book in the series ready to read right away after this one, because that was a pretty big cliffhanger upon which to end this one 3.5 stars