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The Marine in Unit A: Gay College Romance (Mockingbird Place Book 1) Kindle Edition
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A tragedy forces them to really look at themselves, and with a little push from Mom's visit...maybe they can find their own happy ever after!
I am looking forward to the next story!
I spent five years in the Army prior to DADT and it was rough if you were gay. It's nice to see a story that is somewhat centered around the possibilities of what might happen if people, members and former members of the military in particular, are allowed to be who they are. A wounded veteran who just happens to be gay is so en pointe. I saw so many strong, masculine gay military men who were deeply buried in the closet which resulted in behavioral, alcohol and drug issues. So glad things are changing for the better, albeit slowly.
Nice job, Kris. Looking forward to the next installments!
I too often find the romance genre is formula and rote: A leads to B and then to C punctuated with bodies entwined and amplified with heavy breathing. Rarely do you find layers of personhood developed so well that you realize you know or have known this exact person. You feel their yearning, their hope, their loss, and their recreation. You laugh with them, you ache with them, and you can pull out the tissues and have yourself a good cry with them. This is also what I found. Oliver, Malcom, Adam, Candy, and S and M all became dear to me in a world of pages that ended far sooner than I would have liked.
If you are looking for a relationship with a series of books I would urge you to introduce yourself to "The Marine in Unit A" and anxiously await each new book as they are born. As Malcom would say, "with any good relationship, patience and anticipation makes the eventual having all the more worth it."