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Feb 08, Greg Maddock rated it really liked it Was a good read. I enjoyed the banter between Doc and Nick. I would recommend it to my friends. It also highlights the many scars that they may bear, physically and emotionally, upon their return from active service, in what I feel is a realistic way and how important it is for them to reconnect with civilian life to aid the healing process.
It is only when he saves the life of Petty Officer Angelina Jones, a doctor, that he believes that life is worth living again, as he realises exactly how much her cares for her. On his return to the US, fate brings them unexpectedly together again and there are some hot and sensual scenes as mutual attraction and desire, hitherto repressed, finally ignite.
Angelina is one lucky girl! I enjoyed the character of both the hero and heroine immensely. They are both strong characters, attempting to cope with their war inflicted wounds in their own way. Despite the strength they show they are also vulnerable and I found the passages where they share their inner fears with each other immensely touching. Nick is a hero who every girl would be proud to call their own and has a wicked sense of humour. He also knows exactly what Angelina needs to help her rediscover her confidence and self-worth as a woman and how to persuade her that he is serious about her.
Angelina welcomes the fact that Nick sees her as a woman, injury or no injury. They are both very believable characters and a memorable couple. I'm a fast reader and this was a novella, so it probably seems like I have super reading powers-not true.
This book gave me goosebumps on more than one occasion. There isn't much I can say without giving it away, so let me put it this way. Marine meets medic. Marine needs medic to heal his bruised heart. Marine saves medic and now she just HAS to save his heart. I literally needed her to save his heart. This was an incredibly sweet read and my hat's off to the author for her ability to describe war.