- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 5 hours and 26 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Lucy Felthouse
- Audible.com Release Date: June 14, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01H0JP7PQ
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Desert Heat & Native Tongue Audible – Unabridged
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Top Customer Reviews
Here are my reviews of both books -
Desert Heat - Originally part of the Unconditional Surrender bundle this cracking wee story is being let loose on the world on it's own.
Wilkes, A British Army officer on his final tour of Afghan finds himself falling for his native interpreter, Balkhi.
Months of inappropriate thoughts on both sides lead into a stolen night of passion but can they continue seeing each other without alerting the other guys on camp to their love for each other?
A very well researched book and as per usual so beautifully written.
Native Tongue- In this follow up to Desert Heat we find that as the Brits have left Afghanistan, Hugh is back on Camp in Wiltshire and Rustam is finally finishing up his medical training in London.
Due to circumstances beyond their control they have not seen each other for weeks - and after spending months literally in each others pockets it is hard on them both.
Finally, Hugh gets time off to go visit with Rustam - but things are a wee bit awkward. How do you go from sneaking around and hurried trysts to actually getting to know one another without constantly looking over your shoulder to see who is watching? How can they finally become a 'real' couple?
I am really pleased that Lucy has given us this follow up, it's like meeting up with old friends. Native Tongue could be read as a Standalone but why deny yourself the pleasure of meeting the boys first hand in Desert Heat.
I was lucky enough to be asked to Beta read this book and I cannot thank Lucy enough for the opportunity.
Now I can see why everyone was begging Lucy for more! Poor Hugh. All he wants is someone in his life but he is afraid for his career in the military because he is a gay man.
You just don’t know how your platoon is going to react so mum is the word. Well never in his life did he plan on meeting someone during an assignment. Rustam is his interpreter but that is not the only thing he will be to Hugh. Lucy gets me all excited about this little relationship and then the story ends! OMG how will they get along? Do they really like each other? So many questions… I’m so glad Native Tongue is out so I don’t have to wait. I am not a very patient person. LOL If you can’t tell, Yes I did like the story!
Native Tongue by Lucy Felthouse
Yeah so much better now I know what has happened between Hugh and Rustam. Now that they are back on British soil they can find out where this relationship will go. The one bad thing is that they have to keep it private because of Hugh. These two have a great relationship and it is so sad that they can’t come out in public and acknowledge their love for one another quite yet but once they do, oh man! I did giggle a little when Hugh gets together with his family. You are going to love his talk with his mom. Priceless! This was a perfect ending for Hugh and Rustam or is it? You just never know what Lucy is going to do.. I received this book as a gift from the author in return for an honest review.
This is a fantastic short story. It is obviously well researched and intelligently written. It's an erotic romance told with the backdrop of life in the army in Afghanistan, highlighting the issues both of being gay in the military and cultural differences.
Hugh and Rustam's sexy story continues with the tasty twosome moving the action back to Blighty. How will they handle their relationship in a different country. Throw in Hugh's family and friends too and more questions are raised. The action is rampant and naughty, just as I like it.
I thoroughly enjoyed both of these books and loved following the journey of these extremely loveable characters.