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  • Heartbreaking at times but a wonderful story.

    Last Marine Standing is a great story, albeit at times heartbreaking. It begins with what happens after two young teens are rescued after being abducted in Japan. Sam was 14 and his sister, Jo, was 18 when they were abducted. Sam was brutally tortured and Jo was shot but, thanks to A Marine fireteam headed by Makenzie (Mac) Jackson, they survived. Jump ahead 11 years and Sam is now grown up and has a career as a Forest Ranger; he decides it's time to find the men who saved him and thank them in person. Two of the men have died but there are still two left he so he sets off to find them. This starts a chain of events that he certainly didn't see coming. Once Sam finds Mac he learns what a mess he has gotten himself in the middle of but he is determined to stick with Mac and help. He also finds himself attracted to Mac and wants to pursue those feelings. Mac knows that he is no good for Sam and tries to discourage him but at the same time he can't seem to help keep his attraction to Sam under control. This story kept me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. It's full of mystery, suspense and of course romance. Sam's father is a state Governor and they are somewhat estranged. Their reconciliation had me bawling my eyes out but I loved it. The relationship between Sam and Mac develops fairly slowly but when they are thrown together in emotionally tense situations they seek comfort and release with each other. Their emotional bond was intense and full of feelings; I loved it. Characters from book one in this series make an appearance but Last Marine standing can be read as a standalone without feeling like anything is missing. Deacon's Law, book 3 in the Heroes series is releasing October 18, 2017. Look for a release day review on this site. An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***

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  • Last Marine Standing

    Last Marine Standing starts off 10 years ago, when Samuel Larson was a young fourteen, being rescued from a horrific event. Fast forward, and you find out that Samuel Larson is none other than Aiden's friend, Sam. And he is about to go walkabout to find the four marines who saved him so many years ago. What he finds is more than he bargained for, with two of them dead, and the other two being hunted down. Sam finds himself in the thick of it all, with no real idea of what's going on, because Mac can't talk about it without being classified as a traitor to his country. This is a fast-paced story that can be read as a standalone. Viktor and Aiden make an appearance or two, but nothing that would interrupt the enjoyment of this book. Personally, I loved it when they made an appearance, as it always satisfies to see 'what happens next'! Sam and Mac have the attraction there, but circumstances as such prevent anything apart from hot and heavy going on. Still, you can always make time 😉 There were no editing or grammatical errors in this book that disrupted my reading flow. The pace was smooth, and there were plenty of twists and turns, plus the political way of living, to keep me glued to the book. A brilliant addition to the series, and I'm looking forward to reading more in this series. Definitely recommended by me. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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