After one spectacularly disastrous marriage, Jim Stephens nixes round two. But his commanding officer never accepts no for an order. While an injury may have sidelined him temporarily, Jim still needs to salvage his career after a mistake in combat puts him in leadership’s cross-hairs. Being the first in the pilot program guarantees him his rank and eventual active duty clearance…as long as he can last the trial year.
The I dos are barely uttered before Jim and Taya realize they’ve each miscalculated. Their sizzling chemistry might lead to bed, but neither is prepared to open their heart. And then Taya’s past comes knocking...
|************I received this book from Tule Publication for an honest review*************|
This was a good story though I did have a few issues with the set up with the Seals and some of the references she made to training which certain parts of their training is done in Coronado when she mentioned “Hell Week” anyway the rest of the story I was able to get past the arraigned marriage part as well. Once you get into the story and realize the reason that each character needs the program you are hooked into the story.
Each is doing it for a different reason but yet both are doing it to survive, by this, they actually find out that each one has a different form of PTSD which causes them not to be able to sleep at regular times. There are some funny moments as well. He did not buy any female products for so she had to go out and get them when he came home and found out that the front door was unlocked it was because he did not give her keys to the house. You would think that as a husband, that would have been on his list. I liked that she could not go to sleep because it was quiet until the police show from New York was on with lights and sirens and she was out. There are more and for these and a few others, these are what made the book.
Also, the characters around the two of them, his other teammates, and the wife’s or girlfriends and the friend she made when she got a job. All of these characters helped with the story and made it a very entertaining read. Overall a good book. I received this book from Tule publication. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com