Anna Richland's His Road Home
This was a pretty cute and not-too-cheesy contemporary romance about an Army medic in Afghanistan who has to invent a fiancee for Reasons, and choose a random woman from his hometown--and then when he's badly wounded rescuing a little boy, she gets the call. I love the fake engagement/marriage trope, so this was right up my alley, and I thought their relationship built realistically. I also liked that both characters are minorities and he's a disabled vet, but it feels really natural--no one is beating me over the head and screaming "diversity!!" like they're all proud of themselves. Everyone in this book is super sweet and charming. And it's just 99 cents! B/B+.