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Daughter of Valor
Emily Mims

Boroughs Publishing Group
January 2015
On Sale: January 8, 2015
Featuring: Jimmy Adamcik; Holly Riley
257 pages
ISBN: 1941260993
EAN: 9781941260999
Kindle: B00S0H8LBA
Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Contemporary | Romance Military | Romance

When wounded war hero Holly Riley comes home from Iraq to the Texas Hill Country to build a new life for herself, she has no idea she'll find danger-and true love. DANGER AT HOME Wounded war hero Holly Riley has come back to Texas, to the lakeshore community of Heaven's Point. Here, intending to recover from her injuries and build a new life with a band of injured veterans just like herself, she finds temporary work as a nanny with the charismatic Jimmy Adamcik. The handsome congressional candidate almost makes her forget her distrust of politics, and in his arms nothing else seems to matter. But Holly is right to fear. Jimmy will soon find himself sucked deeper into the seamy side of the political process, and an old enemy will reappear and target Holly's soldiers one by one. Only strength and valor will win this fight. And true love.

Comments

20 comments posted.

Re: Daughter of Valor

Hello, everybody! Thanks for having me today.
Best, Emily
(Emily Mims 10:56am June 10, 2015)

Ooh, this sounds like an interesting read!
(
Brooklyn Ann 12:44pm June 10, 2015)

It is wonderful to learn about you and your book Emily! Thanks for sharing with us today!
(
Colleen Conklin 1:00pm June 10, 2015)

Gorgeous cover! It's on my TBR pile.
(
Paula Millhouse 3:06pm June 10, 2015)

Thanks again for having me, and thank you to all of you who
dropped in for a visit!
(
Emily Mims 8:47pm June 10, 2015)

My parents.
(
Marissa Yip-Young 9:50am June 11, 2015)

This sounds very very interesting....now on my tbr list
(
Kimberley Coover 3:45pm June 11, 2015)

My parents and brothers are my heroes.
(
Kimberley Coover 3:46pm June 11, 2015)

All members of our military are my heroes - and brave people who make everyday living a success. I keep all in my prayers.
(
Nancy Reynolds 1:53pm June 12, 2015)

Anyone who risks their life to save others is a hero to
me. Soldiers, firefighters, search and rescue teams. I
pray for them and their families.
(
Irene Menge 5:47pm June 12, 2015)

I like that this has a wounded woman hero. They have been
forgotten for the large part. Sounds really interesting.
(
Nancy Luebke 6:41pm June 12, 2015)

My dad, who was a pow in WWII, never talked about it, only things
like they happened to someone else. We found out at his funeral.
All the worries he must of had for us when we were stationed in
Bangkok, Thailand during the Vietnam War. And a brother that was
at desert storm. I guess he's one of my hero's.
(
Nancy Luebke 6:47pm June 12, 2015)

I'm a sucker for wounded warriors--I've been married to one
for almonst 39 years. A wounded woman warrior sounds
fascinating!
(
Donna Bayar Repsher 9:17am June 13, 2015)

Anyone who sacrifices for others to serve & protect us all are
heroes in my book!!! My personal hero would have to be my dad
who I miss everyday & pray that I can make him proud!!! Thanks
for the opportunity to win & good luck to all who enter!!!:)
(
Andra| Dalton 11:33am June 13, 2015)

My family
(
Lindsey Andronak 1:54pm June 13, 2015)

That would have to be my dad who served in the Navy during WWII. He fought during very harsh times, with little food, aboard a large Naval ship in the humid South Pacific. I read a diary that was published as a book by a fellow crewman he was aboard his ship with. My father read it, and stated he had planned to write a similar book. I waited until my father was deceased to read it. I learned so much more that my father never discussed, and it brought tears to my eyes what they endured during those times. I'm happy he made it home alive. He was a terrific father.
(
Linda Luinstra 4:58pm June 13, 2015)

My heroes are the seniors who have logged many a mile in their lifetime. I especially admire those in longterm marriages. Working together and holding a family together in these times is heroic.
(
Flora Presley 10:23pm June 13, 2015)

My heroes are the military,firemen and police these people
are always helping and saving us and protecting us thank you
all so much.
(
Patricia Venable 10:37pm June 13, 2015)

My heroes are the men and women who served our country in various war zones, especially my brother and husband.
(
Anna Speed 1:47pm June 14, 2015)

I don't really have any heroes!
(
Denise Austin 1:57pm June 14, 2015)

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