Thursday, February 5, 2015

A Major Connection (Good to Go #4) by Marie Harte

Major April Soames is spending her last days as a Marine soaking up the sun and dog sitting for her sister. Unfortunately, the troublesome canine has dug up the garden of the last person in the world April expects to see—sexy Gunnery Sgt. Robert Thorn. The man is a hundred percent male with a body that won’t quit and a hard-ass attitude to match. He’s unforgiving, and now the darn dog has made a mess of his tomatoes. 

Gunny Bobby Thorn has seen the major hottie on base, but officers and enlisted don’t mix. Then he learns she’s on terminal leave, only a few more weeks until she’s officially a civilian. That makes her fair game, and she’s just what he needs to add a little pleasure to his life. Thorn finds himself falling for her. Hard. Between her sharp wit, snarky attitude, and gorgeous looks, he’s addicted and needing more. 

But April has plans to move on with her life, and Bobby’s not all that great when it comes to maintaining relationships. But with a little mastery in the bedroom and some tactical planning, he’s going to find a way to storm her defenses. When it comes to the heart, this is one Marine playing for keeps.

My review:
A Major Connection is the fourth in a loosely connected series. Each is a full story and can be read standalone.  In this story we have a tough as nails female Marine Major and an even tougher Gunnery Sargent.  Officers and enlisted don’t mix.  Good thing April is on terminal leave.  She has resigned her commission and is dog sitting for her sister which leads to a confrontation with the oh so sexy Gunnery Sgt. Robert Thorn.  I really liked April.  She is smart and honest with herself.  Bobby Thorn has a bit to go but eventually gets there.  This is a fun romp in the land of smoking hot Marines.

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