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Contemporary
Soldier for Love
By Natasha Smith
Jan 29, 2009 - 8:44:41 AM

Major Julie Collins has worked extremely hard her entire military career to get where she is today.  Finally in charge of her first overseas command, she looks forward to making a name for herself and ultimately making her family, especially her father, proud.  She is not willing to throw her career away over a man but that is what it looks like she just might have done.  In the early morning following a risqué and satisfying one-night stand, Julie finds herself looking into a familiar pair of eyes as she is inspecting her troops.  Disconcerted to say the least, Julie vows to not let her feelings show and that is what she sets out to do – there is only one problem.  Lt. Matt Wolf isn’t willing to give up the memories of their erotic night together. 


Matt and Julie reluctantly begin a truce.  At every turn Matt tries to show Julie just how much he desires her, even when she wants to be left alone.  Her career means everything to her or so she thought.  When she is kidnapped by rebels and Matt is the only one capable of seeing to her rescue, Julie has a lot of time to think about their relationship.  She comes to one conclusion and one conclusion only. Lt. Matt Wolf is her man.  Now if she can live long enough to let him know.

 

I want to be Julie Collins when I grow up.  Loyal, commanding, and surprisingly sexy, she is the epitome of one’s idea of a good soldier.  She did what she was supposed to do. She worked her way up the ranks from the bottom.  But in doing all this, she sacrificed part of herself.  Matt Wolf was unwilling to allow her to continue that sacrifice and his decision changed the course of SOLDIER FOR LOVE and I couldn’t have asked for a better ending.  

A huge fan of military themed books, I can’t say when I have enjoyed one as much as SOLDIER FOR LOVE.  It had intrigue, suspense, voodoo, and scorching love scenes.  Reading it cover to cover just won’t do for me – I may have to read it twice!



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