ALL I NEED IS YOU #2

ALL I NEED IS YOU #2                          WENDY S. MARCUS

As a dancer who creates mesmerizing visions onstage, Neve James is looking for the same kind of stability in her love life. Her pen pal, Rory McRoy, is on leave from deployment in Afghanistan, so she heads to Boston to surprise him. After corresponding for months as part of a “Support Our Troops” initiative—and exchanging dozens of “Read When You’re Alone” letters—Neve knows what Rory likes, and she intends to fulfill his every fantasy. But all they get are a few blissful moments together before they’re interrupted by a woman claiming to be Rory’s fiancée.

Rory has fallen hard for Neve’s letters. When he finally meets her in person, he has to have her, right then and there—until Neve takes off in a fit of anger. Forced to return to Afghanistan before he can fix things between them, Rory waits four agonizing months to prove that he’s not the man Neve thinks he is. But by the time he arrives in New York, she’s already made up her mind. Luckily, Rory never backs down from a challenge, and he’s prepared to put everything on the line for love.

HUBBY'S REVIEW:
This story starts out as a women Neve James writing a letter to a soldier Rory McRoy who is stationed in Afghanistan. The pen pal starts with if he wants him to keep writing him letters. When she receives letters back saying yes they are not your typical pen pal letters. Neve is a very sexual women and she uses her words to describe scenes for him. The letters go back and forth for a year and they decide to meet when he comes home to Boston. That weekend everything is going good until they get caught in the storeroom of the families bar. The girl who caught them screams at Rory how he could because they were to be married. This was not true, but Neve takes off and returns back to Chicago. After not hearing from her for weeks he decides to go to Chicago and try to talk to her. Once their he finds out that she must have an operation and she cannot dance or get around for a while. He decides to stay to help her and though she does not what his help she takes it. After a week or so they finally start talking and he tells why that girl was misunderstood about a relationship that did not exist. They are becoming friends again and back to the way it was when they were writing each other and when everything is starting to go good. A old acceptance of hers comes back into the picture and she lets Rory leave. He decides to come back and catches the guy along with another guy attacking her and though he helped her she is upset at him. He leaves to Boston and her dance career over she leaves Chicago. He works on his PTSD, and she is working on her self-esteem and getting to know herself and want she really wants. When she realizes that she is in love with Rory she comes up with a plan to get him back and asks his mother for her help. This is a very good book with good characters and a very good story line. I got this book from netgalley.  I give this 5 stars.  Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com

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