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Attack of the goose! Army veteran James is an introvert and would rather avoid people altogether. However, when he encounters quirky shop owner Daisy and her nephew accosted by angry waterfowl, he does the gentlemanly thing and saves the day. Daisy doesn't have much trust for men after her father abandoned his family when she was young, but she feels a connection with Attack of the goose! Army veteran James is an introvert and would rather avoid people altogether. However, when he encounters quirky shop owner Daisy and her nephew accosted by angry waterfowl, he does the gentlemanly thing and saves the day. Daisy doesn't have much trust for men after her father abandoned his family when she was young, but she feels a connection with James from their first meeting. Is Daisy just the thing James needs to come out of his shell, and can he help her learn to trust her heart?


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Attack of the goose! Army veteran James is an introvert and would rather avoid people altogether. However, when he encounters quirky shop owner Daisy and her nephew accosted by angry waterfowl, he does the gentlemanly thing and saves the day. Daisy doesn't have much trust for men after her father abandoned his family when she was young, but she feels a connection with Attack of the goose! Army veteran James is an introvert and would rather avoid people altogether. However, when he encounters quirky shop owner Daisy and her nephew accosted by angry waterfowl, he does the gentlemanly thing and saves the day. Daisy doesn't have much trust for men after her father abandoned his family when she was young, but she feels a connection with James from their first meeting. Is Daisy just the thing James needs to come out of his shell, and can he help her learn to trust her heart?

34 review for Safe in Your Heart (Veterans of Shelby County Book 2)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda Grindstaff

    James and Daisy I love Julie Brookman style of writing and storytelling. This is a heartwarming story of James a military man, who is shy, introvert and doesn't like crowds. He is jogging though the park when he hears a boy yelling by the pond and realizes the geese was trying to attack the young boy. He steps in to help and meets the boy's aunt Daisy. She if outgoing, extrovert and beautiful and they both are attracted to each other. This is all new to James, but Daisy is the perfect women for James and Daisy I love Julie Brookman style of writing and storytelling. This is a heartwarming story of James a military man, who is shy, introvert and doesn't like crowds. He is jogging though the park when he hears a boy yelling by the pond and realizes the geese was trying to attack the young boy. He steps in to help and meets the boy's aunt Daisy. She if outgoing, extrovert and beautiful and they both are attracted to each other. This is all new to James, but Daisy is the perfect women for him. Sweet love story.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tanya

    He is a loner and he enters her shop to find her and her nephew having issue with angry waterfowel. So he jumps in to help them and she finds she is attracted to him. Then she finds him again when she is on a blind date. The sparks seem to flow. Can two broken people find a love they both need? See how they get on I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    This is the second book by this Author that I have read, a well written story. Daisy has her niece Kami and nephew Mikey at the park when they are attacked by geese Army veteran James sees what is happening and comes to help them. A book I enjoyed reading I will be looking for more by this Author. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    A grumpy army veteran and a quirky shop owner have an unpleasant encontounter with goose and their lives may never be the same. It was heartfelt and romantic with a lot of realness, it wasn't pink tainted glasses with a good portrait of life. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline

    I really enjoyed this!! Daisy was a delight - loved her shop! Great Read!!

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  11. 4 out of 5

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  12. 5 out of 5

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  27. 4 out of 5

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  34. 4 out of 5

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