- Title: Unfaded Glory
- Series: Home to Glory #2
- Author: Sara Arden
- Genre: Contemporary Romance
- Published: January 27, 2015 – Harlequin HQN
- Source: Publisher
Synopsis: In Glory, Kansas, a fairy-tale wedding has local tongues wagging. But through this false engagement, can a wounded warrior and the woman he’s protecting find true love?
Byron Hawkins doesn’t want to be responsible for anyone ever again. The former Black Ops soldier is better at taking lives than saving them. But on a mission in Tunisia to deliver a package to safety, Byron is dismayed to find that the precious cargo is actually a hostage rescue, and that his orders are to take Damara Petrakis back to U.S. soil and hide her in plain sight—as his newlywed wife.
Back in Byron’s hometown of Glory, Kansas, petite, fierce Damara keeps surprising him; she may be royalty, but she’s fully trained in martial arts and will sacrifice anything for her country. As the town rallies around the returning hero and his bride-to-be, he’s finding that it’s way too easy to play the part, and after the hell he has seen, that terrifies him. Byron didn’t want another life to save, but the passionate beauty he’s sworn to protect might just turn the tables and save him instead. (publisher)
My brief take: Unfaded Glory started off at breakneck speed and kept up the pace for much of the book. The synopsis tells you what you need to know.
I thought Sara Arden did a terrific job with conveying Byron’s internal struggle to go on living when the rest of his special forces team didn’t. Little did he know that Damara would be able to make him want to live – and by doing so, he would save her.
Unfaded Glory is a story about love, trust and courage. Recommended to fans of the series and Sara Arden.
8 thoughts on “Unfaded Glory by Sara Arden”
Ohh I like this premise
Sounds like a pleasant read to bring into the mix, along with my usual dark thrillers and mysteries….thanks for sharing!
Aww, a contemporary romance set in Kansas? I’m off to track down the first book…
Breakneck speed does it for me. I have to read in order so I hope the first book is good … off to check it out.
The Kansas setting aside alas this isn’t a book that particularly appeals to me. Glad that you enjoyed it though, thank you for sharing your thoughts.
This sounds like a terrific series. I am reminded of Faded Glory, the clothing brand.
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I’ve been tempted to grab this one; I’m just so far behind on the ones I have.
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