I started this book before work the other morning, and squeezed it in during every moment of the day until I finished it that same night. I loved everything about it and I would say it fits into the slow burning, sweeter, heart-warming side of the military genre.
Lieutenant Justin McMillion is the last single man standing of his friends and Seal Team. Throughout the series, he has seen his boys team up, and see first-hand how wonderful it is to have that significant other holding the other half of your heart. He knows he’s withdrawing from them, but the loneliness is taking its toll. His sister Emma can see this, and very regularly sends him information on the military pen pal program. I absolutely have visions of David Boreanaz as the leader of his seal team unit while I’m reading this book, and oh my, he’s playing the part v-e-r-y well.
Becca already has paid a military price, losing her husband before she could even tell him about the baby girl on the way, so for the last three years, her daughter has been the centre of her world. The team she works with at the hospital decide to sign up to the military pen pal program. Her daughter has recently started at a new day-care, and the irony is, she is the sister of her new pen pal. Livie is the life of the book!! Andi J and AJ have together created a precocious and lively three year old girl, and her toddler chat is up there as the best I’ve seen written. I absolutely adored her.
Justin and Becca were written as two really great people who were drifting through life, each doing the best at what they did with their jobs and family, but lacking that spark that ignites a passion in life when you have someone to share it with. Until they sign up for the military pen pal program. Who knew that letter writing was making a romantic comeback!
What I loved most, is the endearing way that Livie tried to tell Becca what her Daddy had been saying to her. It broke my heart, that even though he’d died before she was born, Trent was still looking out for them both.
If you love the military romance genre, and are looking for something lower on the angst scale but is full of heart, soul and romance, then this book is for you. 4.5 Stars.
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Faith: A Single Parent Interconnected Stand Alone (SEAL'ed Book 5) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07L8JYW5N
- Language : English
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- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
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- Print length : 186 pages
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