Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Finding Home by Tilly Greene

What happens when communication breaks down between the home front and the battlefield?

Warrant Officer Dale Smythe has been a Marine since he was eighteen and loves it. His job is a challenge, physically and mentally, and requires him to be at the top of his game at all times. He decides to make changes in his personal life and finally find a woman he doesn't want to leave. Once he finds her, the question becomes: will he be able to handle it when he must leave for war?

War is tough, for everyone involved, but there are also many very rewarding aspects—like the reunion.

My review:
Marine Warrant Officer Dale Smythe has been the love ‘em and leave ‘em type since joining the Corps.  He has seen the failure of the relationships around him as being with a military guy who is married to the Corps is really hard.  But Dale is recently back from his latest tour in Afghanistan and is ready for a change.  Tasha  Ruskya is a smart, independent, sexually liberated woman who can handle anything and may just be the change Dale needs.  But can she handle being with an active Marine?
I always expect an erotic romp when I pick up a Tilly Greene book and this is no exception but for some reason I am always surprised by the sweetness she packs into every story.  This is erotic romance at its best.   Maybe it is just that I have a thing for military guys but I adored this book.

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