Monday, 26 September 2011

A Soldier's Woman by Ava Delany





Janelle was a chubby and awkward teen in love with the most popular guy from her high school. She’s in college now, and her heart still can’t let him go even though he’s heading off to the army and out of her life. Janelle has once last chance to see him again, but he’d never give her the time of day… would he? When she finds herself drawn into a game of spin the bottle with the man of her dreams, she finds out how wrong she is.

Ron admires Janelle as much for her spunk as he always has for her well-endowed figure. And when the sweetly shy girl shows her wild side, he can’t think of anything other than possessing her—mind, body, and soul.

I’ve read another book in this series and I really enjoyed it, but with this one I felt there was more emotion and certainly more chemistry between Ron and Janelle. A short romantic love story which would have been just as amazing as a longer story. Loved it.

"We can just wait in here for a few minutes, then go out again. We don’t have to do anything."

He smiled, raising an eyebrow.

She took a shaky breath, lifting her chin a notch to get the air past the hitch in her throat.

"And why wouldn’t we?" He stepped into her.

A fantastic quick read with a tender yet hot story line. These Breathless Press short stories are perfect for a quick fantasy away from real life.





1 comment:

Ava Delany said...

Thank you so much for the review. I'm glad you liked it. :-D
Ava Delany