Two Hearts in Accord (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Series #7) by Tamara Ferguson – Review by Angela Hayes

5 Stars


Two Hearts in Accord is the seventh book in the Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Series by Tamara Ferguson. I always enjoy Ms. Ferguson’s stories and love the characters and stories she weaves around Crystal Rock and Dragonfly Pointe- so I was thrilled to see this new book show up on my feed. I couldn’t wait to dive in and see what this story was all about, because I know whatever Ms. Ferguson delivers I am going to enjoy- and that is definitely the case with this great story. Right from the get go

I got swept into this beautiful story and felt like I was experiencing it right alongside the characters. The story is really very touching, sweet, and romantic- and has just the right amount of drama, mystery and suspense to keep me avidly reading along to find out what happens. The author has packed a lot into a small space, but she did it beautifully. The story is really well written, and the characters are fully developed, with a realism that only comes from the pen of a masterful author. Anna and Neil are fantastic, and I was charmed by them- cheering them on from the sidelines as I followed along.

Again, Ms. Ferguson tackles some sensitive issues, but does so in a caring, considerate and informative manner- giving us a glimpse into the recovery process of a wounded warrior, some of what they go through and the toll that it has on them. But, as with every story Ms. Ferguson tackles in her wounded warrior series, I really appreciate the sense of hope and courage that she infuses into the storylines.

This is a fast paced, quick, and easy read. It can be read as a standalone, but as the series revolves around Crystal Rock and the close-knit community there- I really recommend the rest of the books in the series too. Reading them will help build a much bigger picture, where you will discover interconnected storylines, character connections and gain a much better appreciation for these books/series!

I really can’t wait to read the next book!


Thank you, Ms. Ferguson!

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