His Sister's Kiss by Kate Hill

Story: 8.5
Presentation: 9
Total: 17.5
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
20th Century Historical

Blurb: After surviving captivity in a Vietnam prison camp, Master Sergeant Abraham Marley Forbes longs more than ever for a loving family life. It’s a dream he doubts will ever come true, until a promise to a deceased friend sends him straight into the arms of the one woman who can fulfill his deepest desires.

Publisher’s Note: Originally published in the By Honor Bound anthology.

Review:Reading His Sister’s Kiss I was transported back in time. The emotion choked my throat, brought tears to my eyes and made me ache remembering the turbulent Vietnam era. The story unfolds beautifully. Normally I don’t believe in love at first meeting, but in this case it worked. Both Abe and Angela desperately need someone to hold onto. Angela lost her Marino Corps brother in Vietnam. Abraham survived. With Angela, he can find a reason to live outside of the military. A wonderful story, brilliantly written. The sex is passionate but not overly graphic. The tummy tugs come from the emotional response of the characters consummating their love, not from the actual words written on the page. This story has a sexy, heroic Marine who’s been through hell, and a women who will give him heaven.

2 comments:

J.A. Saare said...

I can't wait to read this one! Especially after the review. ;)

Kate S said...

Thanks for the review - this sounds like a book I would like to read.

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