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Closer (The Unit Book 1) by [Greyson, Sarah]
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Length: 279 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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About the Author

Sarah Greyson is a Bestselling author. She was raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and loves the Steelers, but now she calls Richmond, Virginia home. Sarah has two wonderful boys who are the loves of her life. She has spent her professional career writing for the business world. In 2014, she decided to cross over to the fictional world. Once the characters start talking to her, they don’t stop, not until their stories are told. She continues writing every chance she gets. She graduated Cum Laude with her Bachelors in Communication and a Minor in Writing. She again graduated Cum Laude with her Master’s Degree in Education. Sarah is an avid reader and has been reading since Nancy Drew Mysteries in grade school. She loves romantic suspense with a healthy dose of the erotic. She loves her book boyfriends and spends many nights cuddling with them as she enjoys a glass of Pinot Grigio. Sarah hopes to write books that leave you breathless, books that you can’t put down. She wants you hot and bothered over her sex scenes and on the edge of your seat biting your fingernails with suspense.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1732 KB
  • Print Length: 279 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 099041230X
  • Publisher: Sarah G. Greyson LLC (May 28, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 28, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KNBCMIE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #576,435 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
This book was not what I expected. I love Romantic Suspense and I adore Military themed romances also. I tend to get lost in them and find hours have passed. While I did get sucked into this tantalizing story it was totally for a different reason. This book wasn't just a romantic suspense. I'd call it more of an erotically romantic suspenseful adventure with an emotional kicker. That might be too much of a mouthful for any genre or sub-genre but it works for me so I'll go with it.

Michael is a war veteran and get's a call from a friend needing his help with a job. What starts of with Michael thinking he's doing the right thing for our country turns up side down and brings Emma into his path and directly into his heart. He wants her immediately and she's feeling the attraction for her abductor but can't understand it. After the immediate altercation what I loved was that there wasn't any push pull or angst with them fighting their attraction . The fact that Michael right away knew that Emma couldn't be "the bad guy" that she was portrayed endeared him in my heart.
He whispered in her ear a sincere promise, "I will protect you."
During a tornado of disasters and scary encounters these two fell hard for each other and what transpired was a sweet romance that I really adored.
There were a load of secondary characters and a lot of information to take it but I wasn't overwhelmed at all. Some of the banter and love scenes were so sweet that it was almost forgotten I was reading such a serious subject matter. Then there were some pretty heart wrenching moments that I had tears running down my face. I really enjoyed this emotion packed and suspensefully erotic read and I look forward to more from this author.

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This book is total S***.
While the story was okay, I found it hard to get through due to all of the grammatical errors, misspelled words, and the overuse of a thesaurus. There were more words than I can count that were overly intellectualized; there were a lot of words that would have easily replaced, and sounded better than, the thesaurus vomit. I was going to complain about how incredibly unrealistic 75%-80% of the book was, but I will cut it some slack since it is a fiction. Another one of my big issues was when we were first introduced to Emma in chapter two, CIA and DOD were written out to explain what they were, yet we were left to try to figure out what "neuromorphic processors" were. (A little FYI- neuromorphic is not recognized by any spell check I have used.)
Throughout the story, there are numerous times that you will be reading one person's thoughts and the next thing you know, after you are half way through the next line, you realize that you are reading someone else's.
As a woman, I absolutely despised that the women were referred to as possessions (his Emma, his Lizzy.) Women are people, not things. A man saying that he owns a woman is completely barbaric and outdated.
I normally, unless it is a 600+ page book, can finish any book in under 24 hours. Not this one. It took me four days to finish this s*** storm. There were several inconsistencies and inaccuracies that caused me to almost throw my iPad on many occasions. That is hard to do because I have pushed and suffered my way through countless crap books and never been as annoyed with an author as I was with this one. If I could have, I would have given Closer a no-star rating. All I can say was THANK GOD I did not pay for this book (it was gifted to me) because I would be absolutely irate right now.
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This is definitely an adult novel, but a great book to add to your collection! Emma is a very relatable character, and Michael is the man we all hope to find. Closer has an exciting, action filled storyline with plenty of steamy scenes to keep you intrigued. This is not normally my genre of books to read, however, I was very surprised to find myself eager to keep reading! I would recommend this to anyone, whether this is your normal read or not. It has a little bit for everyone.
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By Bre on August 26, 2014
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We first meet Michael while he is having a nightmare. Michael has a routine he tries to sleep, has a nightmare, drinks scotch and then he passes out. The only person he feels would understand him is his father, his father lost his life for his country. Tony, Steve and Kevin had aspirations of making it big in the private security sector. Rob has a job for Michael is to kidnap a scientist with ties to the GIA the Armed Islamic Group, it pays 200,000 dollars he only agrees to do this if half of the money gets deposited into his account first. Emma designed a robot no bigger than a hummingbird, with the latest nanotechnology, a silicon chip designed by the Germans to allow it to fly all on its own. No one had to man a control station or press a button. Michael has been followed Emma to her cabin in the mountains. He broke in and tied her up, she escaped he found her in a cave he took her back to the cabin and ran her a warm bath to make sure that she didn't get frost bite. Emma told Michael that she wasn't a part of the GIA. He believed her and he decided to wait until he got a call from his employer to see what the next step is going to be. This is the first book in the series The Unit.
Michael fell head over heals in love with Emma, a Green Beret. Will protect Emma, he is 30 years old and he still runs from his training. Emma works for the DOD ( Department of Defense), is 28 years old, graduated the top of her class from the university of Maine. She has her dual PHD in Mechanical Engineering and Bio-Chemical Engineering. Her father used to work for the Department of Defense. Her father landed her current position with the DOD. Rob gave Michael the job, Green Beret. Kevin works for Homeland Security, Green Beret. Steve a Green Beret. Tony master hacker, Green Beret.
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