Soldier Mine: A Sons of War standalone novel

A wounded war hero afraid to risk his heart …
A waitress with a troubled past.

Petr’s life changed overnight when an ambush not only killed his twin, but left him wounded beyond repair as well. A year and a half later, he has built a new life but still struggles with the fear he didn’t deserve to be saved and purposely won’t risk having his heart broken again.

Until he meets Claudia, the sister of a troubled boy Petr meets during a recruitment trip to a local school. Claudia has her own demon in the form of an abusive ex-boyfriend who won’t stop stalking her. She’s weary of starting over in a new place every other month and working to make ends meet to support her younger brother, who she fears is going to take matters into his own hands soon by confronting the man chasing them.

Can a man who views himself as broken, and a woman unable to trust, help each other heal?

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Real-time Reviews

By McIn (4.0 out of 5 stars) on January 13, 2018
I enjoyed Petr and Claudia's story. I loved Todd in it as well. His dad, Anton is a hoot!!! Sawyer and Kataya were an added bonus!Not only did Petr lose his leg in battle, but he also lost his twin brother, Mikael. He is hanging on to a toxic relationship with his ex that is extremely unhealthy. Then one day while speaking at a high school, he comes across a kid who seems to have some deep rooted issues. He meets Todd's sister Claudia at the diner she works at. He knows something is not right, but he wants to help.Claudia and her younger brother Todd have been on the run for quite some time. They are make this small town into a home, but they have to be vigilant. Then her brother gets attached to a local war hero. Things start to change and she is scaredThere were several grammatical errors in the story that should have been picked up.

Mu favorite Christmas book.
By Blanca Ozuna-Moran (2.0 out of 5 stars) on February 24, 2015
This is my third reread of Soldier Mine. This book has become my Christmas reading and I'll read it again next Christmas. All I want for Christmas is a novel of Petr and Claudia married and having childrem, PLEASE!!

Okay book
By CRAZY4PEANUTBUTTER (3.0 out of 5 stars) on January 13, 2018
Not a bad story. It could have used with some editing and better writing. But over all it was okay- - received copy through Aufioblast - -

Soldier Mine
By B. Weaver (5.0 out of 5 stars) on December 23, 2017
I loved this story. It was sweet and captivating. It was a little slow starting out but picked up fast. I have the audio version. I think the narrator needs to have a little more emotion. She really doesn't play to the characters as much as she should. However, it wasn't like she was a robot reading the book.

Well written and well loved.
By Marsha Jeanne Thalleen (4.0 out of 5 stars) on November 16, 2017
Soldier Mine by Lizzy Ford is a wonderful love story. It was terrific to catch up with the characters from book 1, but this episode took on a life of its own. These characters are too good to be true, turning their personal tragedies into opportunities to help others. Well written and well loved.

Too easy to figure out
By Ann Heesch (1.0 out of 5 stars) on February 11, 2017
Her form of writing is not congruent, parallel nor is it tense apparent to the reader. Also, it is so very predictable. Too easy to figure out. You might as well read the last few pp. and then quit. Not the best by any stretch.

Good read
By Amazon Customer (4.0 out of 5 stars) on December 28, 2016
I enjoyed this book. I kept wanting her to open up to Petr sooner rather than later but she is so set in her ways. Great read!!!

I Love Novels!!!!!....
By Kindle Customer (5.0 out of 5 stars) on September 10, 2015
Need/want this book!!!! Army Mom

By Christina Marie (5.0 out of 5 stars) on July 19, 2015
This is going to be super short and super sweet, because I really don’t have much to say… I’m still reeling over how much I enjoyed this book!I absolutely LOVED this book! I mean LOVED. There wasn’t a single moment in SOLDIER MINE that I wasn’t on board with what Lizzy Ford was doing. And that is such a rare occurrence for me.This is my first Lizzy Ford book, but it will NOT be my last. I am a love of military romances because soldiers hold a special place in my heart and I loved that not only did Ford give me a very respectable, loyal, fantastic military man, but she give him a disability that showed his heart in a different way.It was glorious.We are introduced to Claudia, a young waitress on the run with her little brother. She is stubborn, beautiful and scared out of her mind. Her brother, Todd, who is running into a bit of trouble at school and in life, meets Petr (our military man) who was doing a school presentation of being in the military and the aftermath. From there, these three come together in the best of ways.I really enjoyed the relationships between Todd and Petr, Claudia and Todd, and Claudia and Petr. I had a blast with Petr’s father, too! It was just so well written, with the fantastic dialogue between characters, the progression of character growth — Claudia really grew a lot throughout this book — and with the plot itself.I didn’t expect much when it came to the plot, but I was truly surprised with how good it was. Especially with the climax in the final third of the novel. The story was so interesting and I honestly felt for Claudia and her plight. But I also saw the issues that Todd had to deal with. Lizzy painted a really tough situation for both of them. Petr’s presence in both of their lives was crucial to, not only the progression of the plot, but to the development of the characters too. It’s what made them SO lovable and enjoyable.I highly recommend this book and most likely anything else that Lizzy Ford writes. She has a new fan in me. I am 100% on board the Ford train. I have no intention of getting off!