Her Hometown Hero

Her Hometown Hero After losing her husband in the line of duty Riley Logan looks for a fresh start in Magnolia Springs However a fear of rejection makes relationships difficult Lieutenant Colonel Brian Stone returns

  • Title: Her Hometown Hero
  • Author: Melissa Klein
  • ISBN: 9781628305319
  • Page: 126
  • Format: ebook
  • After losing her husband in the line of duty, Riley Logan looks for a fresh start in Magnolia Springs However, a fear of rejection makes relationships difficult Lieutenant Colonel Brian Stone returns home from the Middle East after losing his legs to an IED The last thing he wants is to be treated like a hero or pitied for his injuries.While working on a charity event,After losing her husband in the line of duty, Riley Logan looks for a fresh start in Magnolia Springs However, a fear of rejection makes relationships difficult Lieutenant Colonel Brian Stone returns home from the Middle East after losing his legs to an IED The last thing he wants is to be treated like a hero or pitied for his injuries.While working on a charity event, benefiting injured veterans, they find they have in common than a talent for snarky comments But when Brian is offered an opportunity too good to refuse, Riley must decide if she can risk losing another man to a dangerous job.

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    About " Melissa Klein "

  • Melissa Klein

    Melissa Klein writes contemporary romance about everyday heroes fighting extraordinary battles Whether facing the demands of caring for a child with special needs or the struggles of a soldier returning home, her characters take on the challenges life throws at them with perseverance, courage, and humor She lives in Atlanta with her family and can be found at MelissaKleinRomance, facebook Melissa.Klei.

  • 849 Comments

  • I enjoyed the storyline and for the most part this was a sweet romance given the theme and issues that both the hero and heroine were dealing with. However What's with the cover? The couple looks to be in their late teens/early 20's, but the H and h are in their 40's?? Also, our H, Brian, lost his legs in the war and I think the author could have spent A LOT more time on research to actually do him and his prosthetic limbs justice. Every single sex scene or reference to the couple being in bed t [...]


  • Surpassing herself, Melissa Klein's second novel is even better than her first. There are three main characters - Riley, a sweet young widow just starting over, Brian, a sexy war hero adjusting to life as a civilian, and the charming sights, sounds and tastes of the South. I was drawn to these characters personally, to their connection, to the passion between them in steamy scenes that didn't disappoint, and sucked into a plot that left me unable to put down my Kindle until I knew how it would e [...]


  • I'm pleased to announce Her Hometown Hero, my second book in the Magnolia Springs series, will be released October 24, 2014. It will be available in print and digitally through and The Wild Rose Press. Below is a snippet of conversation between Riley Logan and Lt. Col. Brian Stone.He couldn't remember the last time someone had the balls to challenge him. Between his friends and family pussy-footing around—on top of the deference which came with rank, it had to have been well before the accide [...]


  • I found My Hometown Hero to be pleasant and realistic read. The heroine Riley, falls for the grumpy veteran Colonel Brian Stone. She is bound and determined to give his orneriness right back to him. All while doing so, she feels like she is betraying her deceased husband. Brian who has PTSD and is learning to cope with the loss of both his legs doesn't feel like he should be a hero in anyones eyes. From the first time he lays eyes on Riley, he knows he is in for all kinds of trouble. Sassy, sexy [...]


  • Novels dealing with characters in the armed forces resonates with me as I am a Navy wife (he's now retired after 20 years), with a son-in-law in the Navy. Riley Logan lost her husband and has relocated to a small town to start over. She meets Brian Stone, who is recovering after losing his legs to an IED. They work together on a project, and Riley finds herself being drawn to Brian but is afraid to try another relationship with a military man. This book made me cry, and ultimately I was pulling [...]


  • I won a copy of this.When Brain and Riley first met, neither was looking for someone else. Riley had lost her husband from a dangerous job. Brain had been injured in service, and had a chip on his shoulder for this. Would push people away and didn't want any pity.But as they got pushed together working on a project sparks flew. Is it possible for either to accept they could make it. He loves to take risk, and looks like that is what he will be doing. But can Riley accept this, or is it too much [...]


  • I received this book via a giveaway. It was an enjoyable read--good enough to get through it in the course of a day! I thought this had a nice balance of romance and solid storyline. I was rooting for Brian and Riley to be able to overcome the struggles of their pasts in order to achieve the love that they ultimately deserved and hoped for. The story of how this happened was realistic and endearing! Looking forward to more fun and casual reading from Melissa Klein!


  • The characters are realisticand the storyline as well which is nice. It was a somewhat slow pace which I didn't care for. I thought the story was nice but I for some reason couldn't seem to get into it. A military man who is now disabled, struggling to come to terms with his disability and what it mean for him. Riley who is a widow of an officer, trying to run from her past, the memories and life. They both end up in the same town connected by mutual connections.


  • Pushing through their baggage to give love a chance you will be rooting for this couple to have their happily ever after.I couldn't put down this heart warming, sweet story. Can't wait to read more from Melissa Klein


  • Really nice story. I liked the characters because they seemed realistic to me, which is sometimes hard to find in this genre. Even better than the first one in my opinion. So excited that I got a signed copy as well.


  • I found My Hometown Hero to be pleasant and realistic read. The heroine Riley, falls for the grumpy veteran Colonel Brian Stone. She is bound and determined to give his orneriness right back to him.kaddictionreviews/


  • My Hometown Hero was a sweet military-romance with some steamy sex scenes weaved in to spice things up. I liked the MCs; Riley and Brian seemed to be real people with real baggage from their pasts. Their relationship progressed at a realistic pace. It was a nice story, but just an okay read for me.


  • Who would of thought that Brian Stone would ever hook up with a great lady like Riley. Sometimes I wonder what is real and what is real fiction. Great story Melissa.


  • This is a quick read that is heartbreaking beautiful. When Riley moves to a new town after her husband dies the very last thing on her mind is a new relationship. She wants a new start and has some wonderful friends that she enjoys very much.When she is introduced to her friend's brother, Brian, that will Grabd Marshall the parade while riding in Riley 's car she feels an immediate attraction.Lt. Colonel Stone has been in the Army for 20 and now he's home after an IED has taken both his legs. Wh [...]


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