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    A great addition to the Out of Uniform series.

    Annabeth Albert's Out of Uniform series is turning out to be one of my favorites by her. Wheels Up is about Dustin Strauss (older brother of Dylan from At Attention) and Wes Lowe. Dustin is an officer and Wes an enlisted man. They meet using a hook-up app and then once in person figuring that they'd never see each other again except when chatting online. Imagine their shock when Wes turns out to be the new person on Dustin's SEAL team. Fraternization between officers and enlisted men is totally forbidden. This is sort of a coming-out story. Thirty-two-year-old Dustin just now coming to terms with his bi-sexuality. Since his brother came out as gay Dustin has felt a lot of pressure from his father to settle down with a nice girl and carry on the family name; he doesn't know how to tell him he's interested in a man. Wes is gay and out to his close friends. He is transferred away from his family just when they need him most. His sister is sick and he hates that he can't be there to provide support for his mom and dad. He misses the comradery he had with his former SEAL team. Wheels Up has some mild kink elements. Dustin likes a little pain and he likes to submit (not that he'd ever admit that to anyone but Wes). Wes loves to give Dustin what he wants and needs; these two are made for each other. I didn't have as much of an emotional reaction to this book as I've had with most of Annabeth's but the story was great anyway. In fact, once I started reading it I couldn't put it down. That will teach me to start one of her books in the late evening. I stayed up to 5 a.m. reading Wheels Up. Thank goodness I'm retired. 😊 I felt the deep connection between these two guys; their need for each other really made my heart ache when it seemed like they would have to sacrifice their relationship. I know that Annabeth Albert always delivers an HEA, though, so I was never really worried. I am so happy that there will be several more stories in this series. I love hot guys in uniform! BTW - each book in this series can easily be read as a standalone story. A review copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley but this did not influence my opinion or rating of the book. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions***
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    Fantastic read!

    Loved the powerful chemistry and sexual tension between these lovable characters. Was as desperate for their happy ending as they were ;-) Recommended!
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    Albert's SEALs are getting hotter and hotter!

    ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ FOUR - STAR ✩ REVIEW ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ > > Judging a Book by it's Cover < < This series' covers are just getting hotter and hotter! Holy Cow! This synopsis sounds great and promises to be another sweet yet hot read! Can't wait! > > Looking Deeper < < POV ~> Third-person. It's not only the covers that are getting hotter. The chemistry between Dustin and Wes was electric, magnetic, and molten! They started out as cross-country cyber chat friends that graduated to adding a bit of cybersex into the "relationship". Then Dustin was called to the east coast for meetings and Wes made the trip northward to coax a face-to-face meeting into their mix. Both assumed the others' branch, rank, or station but neither required validation for various reasons. It's not until Wes was transferred to the west coast that they surprising learned they were both SEALs and Dustin was now Wes's Commanding Officer. There are rules against them associating, even as friends. Both were already too deep into their attractions, needs, and emotions with each other to be able to deny the pull, so what were they going to do? Add to the complications Wes's ailing sister and the fact that nobody knew Dustin was bisexual. The cast was well-rounded with a good variety of characters. Dialogue is smart and strong. Interactions were believable, for the most part. The conflict was realistic, the resolution was predictable. But the lead-up was well plotted out. The conclusion was solid enough with an implied HEA that felt a little loose, but I am hoping that only means we'll see more of them in any following books, or even possibly, a spin-off series. I adore this series and Annabeth Albert's SEALs are getting hotter and hotter as the series progresses. This book can stand alone, but a few of the secondary cast were the featured couple of previous books. One may better enjoy the story and its cast if the books are read in order but it is not necessary. . Rating: [R] ~ Score: 4.25 ~ Stars: 4 ========================== ⭐ ⭐ **** Disclosure of Material: I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the Author/Publisher with the hope that I would voluntarily leave unbiased and unsolicited feedback. I was not asked, encouraged, or required to leave a review - nor was I compensated in any way. I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising". ***** ⭐ ⭐
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    Amazing!!

    Wow! Wow! Wow! This might tie with Off Base as my favorite Annabeth Albert book because it was soooo good. Albert is a master at writing deep and emotional stories and characters that keep you hanging on until the very end. I didn’t want to put this book down for anything and I was completely invested in the story. Both Dustin and Wes are incredible characters and their relationship was the perfect mix of sexy and sweet. They try to stay away from each other but they’re both so compassionate and are always trying to help the other. Everything about this book was perfect and I couldn’t put it down. This book had a lot of realism included in regards to the military regulations. It made it a lot harder for Wes and Dustin to be together but it also made their moments more poignant. They’re always sure it’s going to be their last time together and that adds a real depth to the interactions. The ending is a bit of a HFN but you know that things are getting better with each day. I loved Dustin’s character and the dichotomy of his tough appearance and his desire to give up control in the bedroom. Dustin has been struggling with how to tell his family and friends about his bisexuality and I found this story line really interesting. At the same time, I liked that Dustin wasn’t afraid to explore his bisexuality though he had a few moments coming to accept his particular kinks. He’s devoted to his SEAL team and a strong leader and no matter what the military says he can’t stay away from Wes. Dustin was especially sweet when it came to lifting Wes’s spirits over Sam. Wes was also an amazing character. He knows he’s found something special in Dustin but he also doesn’t want to put Dustin’s career in danger. He’s always putting others before himself and it’s an incredibly endearing character trait. The scenes with his sister are incredibly sweet and I’d love to get Sam’s story one day *fingers crossed, pretty please*. Wes is also incredibly supportive of Dustin and his moments of boosting Dustin’s confidence were great. I would have liked a little more on Wes’s insomnia. Is it just worry over his sister’s heart condition? Stress from his work in the military? Or something else? I’m just crazy curious so I wanted to explore it further.
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    Always a pleasure

    On n'est jamais déçu par les livres d'Annabeth Albert. Les personnages sont crédibles et on se laisse happer par l'histoire.
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