A Prior Engagement

A Prior Engagement

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“I can’t let you get over me...because I’m never going to get over you.”

After eighteen months as a POW presumed dead, SAS soldier Lee Davis is finally going home. Back to his family, friends and...fiancée? Except the night before his last deployment Juliet Browne rejected his proposal. Which makes the sight of her playing the grieving almost-wife beyond infuriating. Feigning amnesia, Lee puts Jules's commitment to the test.

Yet tormenting her conscience isn't as easy as he thought it would be. She's still the woman whose memory got him through the worst of his captivity and her actions now prove she caresa lot. And despite her betrayal, he needs her more than ever. Because Lee is beginning to realize that for him, Jules is home.

First published in 2013 by Harlequin Enterprises.

RUBY Finalist (Romantic Book of the Year Australia) 2014.

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    A Prior Engagement Reviews

  • Beth

    Lee Davis is considered the modern day Lazarus. He was thought killed in action but has spent a over a year as a tortured POW. Returning home, he discovers that his ex-girlfriend is playing his grievi...

  • Lyuda

    Powerful story that nicely concluded the military romance series. The book evoked such a rollercoaster of emotions, I just couldn't put it down. The characters, their emotions, behavior felt so real. ...

  • Susan

    Fantastic book. Lee is back home after being presumed dead and is confronted by a lot of changes, not the least of which is Juliet's presence in his friends' lives as his fiancée. She turned down his...

  • Sonya Heaney

    Originally posted HERE .I didn’t know this book was ever going to be written, but am happy there was some closure given to unfinished business from past books. Karina Bliss’ series about return...

  • ShoSho

    Woohooooo another ARC from Netgalley !!!!!!!!!!************I finished this last night but I can't stop thinking about it. I love the series because it's not just fluff , I can't just read them as anot...

  • Kate Vale

    This tale captured me almost from the first page. Imagine a military guy proposing before he's deployed and the woman in his life turning him down? That's what spins this tale quickly into conflict th...

  • Lea's Audiobooks Hensley

    After reading Bliss' What the Librarian Did, I was hoping for another enjoyable read. More than that, I was hoping new narrator Tess Masters would prove to be a narrator to watch. Neither happened. I'...

  • Alison

    This was the surprise book for me. The series is about a group of four New Zealand SAS buddies who were all affected by an ambush in Afghanistan. The original premise was that Lee had been killed in a...

  • Elle (Ligia)

    It seems as if Harlequin novels are taking a lot of my reading list this year, huh? Can’t say I regret it ;)I realize that maybe I should have read the previous three books in the series first, but ...

  • Saly

    Coming back from the dead can be brutal process, having to deal with the changes that happened when you left, dealing with the reality of what being a captive of the Taliban did to you and for SAS sol...