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The story itself was enjoyable; however, there were moments in which I struggled with it. The first quarter part of the book, there was various third persons POV. I understand the essential to introduce all the characters, or set the ground for possible future books, but in the infancy of a story, taking the focus away from the main characters distracts you for the story itself. It was difficult to connect with the main character when everyone else is having a perceptive within the story. This was a huge struggle for me. Some of those POV could have been omitted because it did nothing for the story. A small inconvenience was some of the military acronyms. When writing a military story, please don't assume your readers know what some of those terms means. Abbreviate after you state what it is.
The other part I struggled with was the heroine. The author introduced her a little passed a quarter in, and unfortunately her POV was only alternating half of the time. For me, this where the story actually begins. It's an insta-love romance between two broken people, piecing themselves together. Their coupling was sexy, however, it could have used a little more spice in detailing. I was hoping (expecting) for a little more fire between them.
As stated in the beginning this is about a man who is a hero. A man overcoming his past, getting a grip of his present, and paving a way for his future. In overall, the story itself was good for someone debuting in writing.Read more ›