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I've been gone a while. I started reading fanfiction to escape and I got sucked in an abyss.

I have no idea if someone else is hosting similar challenges. I just grabbed some of what I have hosted before.

Here's to a happy year of great reading

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Finished Reading . . . #16 (NSFW)

 A Soldier's Choice
D. L. Warner
978-0977867097
224 pages
Sybaritic Press (ebook)
Amazon (print)
December 2008
18+

ebook
Sci-Fi/Futuristic, Military, Romance, gay
source: private library

They were soldiers. Fight or die was all they had known since they were still boys. Colonel Rik Heron was on track to become the youngest General Joint Command had ever produced. But then his wild protégé, Vincent Greven was lost in a senseless battle born of the crazed ambitions of their superior officers. After two years of a hollow and empty existence, Vincent returns during a cataclysmic firefight. He is older, wiser and irresistible to Rik. While they heal from the last battle and repair old wounds, a deep bond builds between them. Friends and colleagues are not pleased about their relationship or their plans to leave the military. While the pair navigates a messy and dangerous situation, new plots are brewing that put them in the crosshairs once more.

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The story starts at with the return of Vincent and the bond grows quickly. We learn of all that went before through re-tellings and interviews. While this is a gay romance book with lots of sex, there is a strong futuristic military story full of enhanced humans, deep friendship and explosions.

The sad thing is that I never would have picked it up based on the cover and I've enjoyed it so much that this is about the fifth time I read the book. 

A second book is also available with Bobby, Vincent's brother, as the main focus.






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