Friday, October 13, 2017

Until We Meet Once More

Josh Lanyon
Just Joshin'
Reviewed by Nancy
3 out of 5 stars


Nothing cracks Army Ranger "Stone Man" Vic Black's granite front. A mission to retrieve an injured Navy SEAL from the treacherous mountains of Afghanistan is all in a day's work -- until he learns the missing SEAL is his former lover. This time it's personal.

My Review

Short, but intense.

I liked the tension that develops once Vic Black learns that the injured Navy SEAL he is about to rescue is his former lover, Sean Kennedy.

The story jumps back and forth between the mountains of Afghanistan and the year Vic and Sean were together while they were Midshipmen at the US Naval Academy.

Though I enjoyed the grueling search and rescue operation more than the sexual discovery, it was interesting to see how suppressed feelings, lack of communication, family expectations and career choices can easily end a relationship.

I’m glad Vic and Sean are getting a second chance.

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