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Operation Love

4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Finding Orion – Alyssa Brooks

Worrywart Lily intends to keep the vow she made with her sisters. She will never, ever marry a military man.

Until now, her secret attraction to her best friend, Hunter, had been purely physical. Seeing him in his uniform drove her crazy, but it was nothing she couldn’t deal with. Then he starts acting weird, putting the moves on her. She tries...more
Published (first published 2005)
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Three shortstories by three authors, each re: one of the triplet sisters. As teenagers they woved to each other never to marry a military man.
Alyssa Brooks´ Finding Orion, Lily´s best friend and neighbor has decided that she´s the one who will have his children, but how to convince her now that he´s in uniform?
Melissa Shcroeder´s Mau Loa Ko´u Aloha, Daisy reconnects with her childhood crush when he returns to Hawaii. Hot and smutty, but he´s in uniform and not used to commitment.. .
Karen Monroe...more
Overall, 3 and a half stars.

Alyssa Brooks's story was OK--I usually love friends-to-lovers, and Hunter was a delicious hero. But Lily's hang-up ultimately made her seem immature and frustrated me so that I found myself unable to relate.

Melissa Schroeder's story was fabulous--I loved Dee (short for Daisy) and Mano's chemistry was hot and playful. I love a couple who can use any sparring to their advantage, and this was definitely a delight.

Karen Monroe's story was good, too--some of the character...more
Now that I've read all three stories I can say that I've finished the book. Melissa's story for me was by far the best. The reason you might see different star ratings for this book is because of this fact.
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Born to an Air Force family at an Army hospital Melissa has always been a little bit screwy. She was further warped by her years of watching Monty Python and her strange family. Her love of romance novels developed after accidentally picking up a Linda Howard book. After becoming hooked, she read close to 300 novels in one year, deciding that romance was her true calling instead of the literary sh...more
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