It’s Independence Day here in the United States, the anniversary of our country’s birth. For most of us, it’s also a day to take some time off and relax while enjoying the summer weather. One thing to remember is that our nation’s independence and the freedom we enjoy today came at a price. Many men and women have served in our country’s military, and many are still serving today. They deserve to be recognized and celebrated today and every day.
As part of your Independence Day celebration, why not pick up a good book featuring a veteran or active duty military member? If you don’t live in the U.S., you’ll still enjoy these clean reads.
An American Love Story by C.S. Moore
Who says no to a soldier on the fourth of July?
Dog Tags by Heidi Glick
A former Marine determines to protect the woman he loves at all costs, and yet his own secrets might turn her against him forever.
Days of Vines and Roses by Linda Wood Rondeau
A romance writer and her estranged publisher husband, a Vietnam War Veteran are besieged by malignant forces in their Connecticut home as well as the ghosts of their pasts.
Called to Arms Again by J.L. Salter
Grit doesn’t fade away … it just becomes crusty.
Echo Taps by J.L. Salter
They rarely discussed their own war heroism. Her beloved elderly uncle died before he could explain why.
Brigadier by Sara V. Olds
Top graduate of an experimental program to train women as pilots in Britain, Captain Kimberly Thomson struggles to prove her worth in the man’s world of the U.S. Army Air Corps of 1942 while battling her heart.
Deadly Additive by Donn Taylor
A routine Colombian kidnapping conceals a threat to the global balance of power.
The Lazarus File by Donn Taylor
How often must an undercover agent die in order to survive?
Love in Lone Creek by Mary Manners
Tanner Merrill returns home from Afghanistan bearing scars, both inside and out. If only the people of Lone Creek, who hail him as a hometown hero, knew his secret…
Battlefield of the Heart by E.A. West
What started out as a bit of research for a sociology paper quickly turns into much more than Cindy ever expected. But can she survive Danny’s PTSD long enough to form a relationship with him?