Impassioned: A Salvation Society Novel Kindle Edition
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"Another incredible story by Miss Coll!!" - The Book Lover
"I absolutely loved this book. Mia & Mason's story is PHENOMENAL!! Just one-click this book right now." - Tara, Goodreads reviewer
"This romance is one of my favourite reads of 2021 and I highly recommend all romance lovers one click this gem." - Thelma and Louis Book Blog
"Mason and Mia's story is a beautiful one that had me melting while reading. Truly a great addition to the Salvation Society with wonderful characters" - Goodreads reviewer
"OMG! And you won't be able to resist MASON! He's a single dad, so far away from home and kinda broody buuut hard shell, soft core. He'll definitely steal your heart.
This book will make you swoon so hard and happy! I really enjoyed it!
READ IT!" - Alice, Goodreads reviewer
"A beautiful love story!" Sharon, Goodreads reviewer
"What a sweet and beautiful love story. You'll laugh and cry, swoon over the characters. It's a beautifully written story of three people finding love and a family when they least expect it. Nothing is more genuine and raw." - Low Key Reader
- ASIN : B08WG2M9BD
- Publisher : Wild Thorns Press (March 7, 2021)
- Publication date : March 7, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1627 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 294 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #172,780 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This book also is a standalone in the The Salvation Society World .series written by different authors and features Cole Security Forces. I never read that series but we do see a few characters from that series in this book. Essentially Mason ends up working there and thats the connection to the series. I would say they end up in the same author's world and the connection is very light. If you are reading this book to see those characters, we only see then very occassionally. Personally I felt this was more connected to the Annapolis Harbor Series rather than this series.
Mason is in the Airforce and flies Jet Fighters for the military and he LOVES it but his ex and mother of his son abandoned them and so now he is a single dad. He has to ship out for several months and will have to leave his son with his parents who are beyond horrible and so this is his last time, he plans to resign so he can be with his teenage son. He also has a dog and he finds a lady who will foster him, and that is how he meets Mia.
Mia is very lonely. She has family but they are just as bad as Mason's family and so she is looking for love and friendship when she meets Mason and his son. She is also a school counselor at the school that Mason's son attends. Her and Mason become pen pals while he is away and she tries to hep his son fit in at school.
After Mason gets back he wants to get to know Mia and she is all for it. This was a very sweet and fun romance about life, love, finding your people, and what makes a family. I absolute adored it so much and I loved how Mason's character starts off very closed off and through the story you see he starts to open up.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Middle school guidance counselor Mia Hatton volunteered to foster Stark in Mason's absence, and when she found out that Everett would be attending the school where she worked, offered to send Mason updates on his son's progress as well. As the weeks of Mason's deployment wore on, Mia and Mason started to become friends through text messages and video chats. Their bond only grew stronger after Mason returned home and asked Mia to help him and Everett through the transition from military to civilian life. From there, their feelings for each other quickly turned romantic, but they had to overcome a number of challenges before they could move forward with their relationship. I appreciated that Mason and Mia were so honest with each other about their feelings as the relationship progressed, and that they always considered Everett's feelings as well as their own. It was lovely to see the three of them come together as a family in the end.
Overall, I really enjoyed "Impassioned" and highly recommend it for all contemporary romance fans. I'm very much looking forward to Lea Coll's next Annapolis Harbor book as well as picking up a few more books in the Salvation Society series.
*Review copy provided by the author via Candi Kane PR. All opinions expressed are my own.