Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.
— 1 Cor. 13:7
Compelled to move back to the comfort of his home town, Jimmy Scott returns to Hart’s Crossings, a small town with a big heart. And it’s just as he remembered. Then he bumps into an old friend–Steph Carlson, a childhood sweetheart he had once dreamt of spending the rest of his life with. Those dreams went unrealized when he went off to the Korean War, and they both ended up marrying others.
Now Jimmy and Steph are both in Hart’s Crossing. And when Jimmy realizes that they’ve both survived the deaths of their spouses, he begins to wonder what might have happened if only . . . As memories of their first kiss and innocent courtship flood back, Jimmy finds he still has feelings for this woman. Does she feel the same about him? Will they be able to rekindle what they had so many years ago? Or is it too late for a second chance at romance?
Robin Lee Hatcher has a way of touching the heart and mind. Her tender stories of love and faith go a long way in soothing the soul and the senses. And can’t we all benefit from that from time to time? — Once Upon a Romance
In this second installment of Hart’s Crossing, Hatcher writes a heartwarming story of unexpected love in the senior years. In Stephanie, the reader feels like they’re visiting a favorite aunt. Great characterization is always one of this author’s strong points. (4 Stars – Compelling, Page Turner) — Romantic Times Bookclub Magazine
The second novella in the Hart’s Crossing series, Veterans Way, is a fantastic and interesting read, and while part of a series, can also stand alone. The reader is taken on a fast-paced journey of love lost and refound many years later. Jimmy and Steph are endearing, upbeat characters that will have you very fond of them by the end of the short novel. I enjoyed their attitudes that even though they are senior citizens, they still have minds of their own and can make their own decisions about what they want to do with their lives. Sometimes we do get a second chance at love, even if it waits until our golden years to make its appearance. I am looking forward to the third book in this series. — Romance Junkies
Veterans Way is a sweet, adorable romance; one that shows love is not just for the young, but also for the young at heart. I couldn’t stop smiling over this story as I watched these two mature people find love and struggle with the right or wrong of it. Ms. Hatcher has once again given us a truly wonderful tale full of love and faith. I found the overall story to be a fast read, with loveable characters and a believable plot… This is book two in the Hart’s Crossing series, following Legacy Lane, but can stand-alone… If you want a truly enjoyable story of finding love again, then don’t miss Veterans Way. — Romance Readers Connection
Robin Lee Hatcher can touch the heart like no other author. Veteran’s Way is a charming story that proves love isn’t reserved for the twenty-somethings and that it’s never too late to open a new chapter of life. I couldn’t put it down. — Colleen Coble, author of Distant Echoes
An endearing love story, Veterans Way explores the complications that arise when grown children watch their widowed parents rekindle a childhood romance and move toward marriage. The conflicts are genuine and heart-tugging, and the resolution delightfully satisfying — especially for those of us with silver in our hair! — Liz Curtis Higgs, best-selling author of Thorn in My Heart
In this charming second book in the Hart’s Crossing series, I read with tears in my eyes and a full heart as James and Stephanie discovered that love isn’t only for starry-eyed teens. I can’t wait to go back to Hart’s Crossing again. — Deborah Raney, author of A Nest of Sparrows