Potter, Patricia, Tempted by the Soldier


Potter, Patricia, Tempted by the Soldier (Home to Covenant Falls, Book 2),  (Richmond, Surrey:  Mills & Boon, 2015).

Title:  Tempted by the Soldier (Home to Covenant Falls, Book 2)

Author:  Patricia Potter

Imprint:  Superromance

Issues:  Injury; PTSD


Forgetting the past, facing the future 

Stephanie Phillips is sick of charm. And Clint Morgan, the newest resident of Covenant Falls, has it in spades. Stephanie knows she should run the other way because the former Blackhawk pilot is too good-looking, too charismatic…and much too sexy. 

As the town veterinarian, Stephanie has truly found her home here. Clint, on the other hand, is staying for only a short time while he recovers from an injury. But when he starts to fit seamlessly into the close-knit community, the irresistible risk-taker makes his way into her heart.

Dear Reader,

When I first envisioned my previous book, The Soldier’s Promise (Mills & Boon Superromance April 2014), and created the fictional Colorado town of Covenant Falls, I thought it would be a stand-alone book, a story about a wounded soldier returning home and a military dog with PTSD and how they healed each other.

But I fell in love with the town and its citizens who believe baked goodies cure all ills, who have an infinite curiosity about newcomers and who band together in times of trouble.  From Maude, who runs the diner, to Doc Bradley, the irascible town doctor, they did not want to go quietly into the night.

Most of all, I fell in love with Stephanie, the town’s veterinarian with the big but very cautious heart.  It would take a very special guy to break the barriers she’d constructed against the opposite sex, and Clint Morgan, an army helicopter pilot with a mild traumatic brain injury, was just the man to do it as he tried to rebuild his life.

And no story in Covenant Falls would be complete without a cast of animals.  Braveheart is back and plays no small part in matchmaking.


Patricia Potter



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