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[ Read Online The Soldier (Uniformly Hot, #7) (Harlequin Blaze, #481) Ï spanish-armada PDF ] by Rhonda Nelson Ï Adam and Winnie caught my attention when I read Letters from Home, the previous book in this series, and I m happy to say their book didn t disappoint me This was a very enjoyable and believable friends to lovers story Adam could have been a little less narrow minded about his shortcomings hey, if he was good enough to go back to his military career, why wouldn t he be good enough for Winnie but he was the ultimate nice guy and I really liked him And Winnie was just what the doctor ordered to shake him out of his self pity She had been in love with him for a decade and wasn t afraid to wear her heart on her sleeve, but she was no pushover If only Adam hadn t taken so long to realize he loved her tooMy only problem with this book was the ending, it felt a bit rushed I understand that Adam was a determined a I really like Rhonda Nelson and her books, but she could have done a better job with this book It s a companion piece to Letter s from Home In this book, its about the younger brother of the main character from Letter s from home It s the same plot, same ideas, and some of the same things were said in this book as her previous one The other thing that got to me was that in every other chapter there were three or four paragraphs about how the main character Adam, couldn t be with the main female character I skipped about 20 pages re reading that in every other chapter The best part was the ending.



Opening LineAdam McPherson hovered in that murky place between awareness and sleep, clinging desperately to the dream I ve really been enjoying Rhonda Nelson s Uniformly Hot series from Blaze They re uncomplicated, sexy little reads, with relatable, fun characters and a charming small town draw Here with The Soldier we return to Bethel Bay South Carolina for Army Ranger Adam McPherson s story We first met Adam in Letters from Home which was his brother Levi s very good story Injured by a roadside bomb while serving in Iraq, Adam returned home missing half his leg and struggling to accept his new limitations The only thing keeping him going these days is his resolve to return to active duty as soon as he s fit enough and leave this small town behind Adam is a soldier and always will be, unfortunately now it s sometimes all he Adam has returned to his parents house in his home town of Bethel Bay, to recouperate after an injury sustained during a tour of duty in Iraq, that has resulted in the loss of the lower part of one of his legs Depressed, he takes to his bed until longtime friend, Winnie, turns up in his bedroom to rouse him from his funk Winnie is coaching a young, female softball team and talks Adam into agreeing to help her Just before Adam shipped out to Iraq he realised he was attracted to Winnie, but since he s planning on going back into the Army and feels he is no longer the man he once was, he knows they can never happen Winnie, on the other hand, has been in love with Adam since high school This was an ok, quick read I didn t take to the female lead, Winnie She s been in love within Adam for over a decade and idolises him It feels slightly creepy and takes away from the romance of them Not a horrible story, just not good enough to keep my attention Too many good books out there to waste time on a bad one.
Enjoyable and readable contemporary romance, with pretty hot sex scenes A bit of an unusual aspect is that the hero is dealing with having lost part of a leg during the war in Iraq That gives him plenty of insecurity to temper the alpha male qualities you d expect of a career military officer hero.
Another unusual aspect is that the hero gets the Point of View for some of the scenes that would traditionally be in the heroine s perspective Definitely worth checking out Oh and the cover Worth keeping for the cover alone D This is the second book in the series I ve read the first book and then this one awhile ago If you want to read what the book is about, read the blurb above the reviews From what I can remember, the plot was good and the hero was very stubborn The heroine, who had a crush on the hero for awhile, knew the hero since childhood When he s sent home to recover, he wasn t doing so well She decided to take him under her wing to get him better However, it wasn t until she started to make it known she wanted him, then things got better for him He started to participate in life and not just live through it The plot was good and it kept things moving However, the heroine could do things for her friend but it got a bit old with the crush and doing things Just when I thought this book got a bit boring, it changed course and became not boring lol I rather enjoyed this one a little than the last one except for the boring part Excellent read Recommend highly.
Subject Adam McPherson, Special ForcesCurrent Status Out Of Commissionfor Now Mission Return To BattleObstacle Winnie Templeman She Won T Take No For An Answer Adam Is Uncle Sam S Man Yet Even His Strict Military Discipline Is No Match For Winnie S Charms A Horrific Roadside Bomb Sent Adam Home Injured And Haunted Feisty Winnie, However, Has Her Own Plan Of Attack Her Nonregulation Method Of Sexual Healing Is Guaranteed To Get Him Back On His FeetBut Being Flat On His Back In Winnie S Bed Might Be The Best Remedy Of All A

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