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Subject: Finn O'Connor, Army Ranger.Current Status: In between tours of duty. Oddly discontent with the way his life is going...

Mission: Getting his act together before the next assignment.

Obstacle: Sunny Ledbetter. The girl he's never managed to forget...

Finn has never questioned his life's purpose--to serve and protect, no matter how unorthodox the means. But since the u
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Paperback, Harlequin Blaze #586, 216 pages
Published January 2011 by Harlequin
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Dina
This was a nice, quick read - in a ho-hum kind of way, I'm afraid. Finn and Sunny were likable and had good chemistry, but something was missing. I can't put my finger on it, but I didn't fully connect with them. They thought too much and that didn't help the story flow along, if that makes sense. Plus, the secondary romance between one of Sunny's parents' retired employee and a regular guest of their inn was distracting. It was sweet, but it added nothing to the story - especially because the t ...more
Jennifer
The story line itself was fine, albeit rather predictable, as most romance stories are. My biggest criticism with the book is that it started off painstakingly slow. The author has a terrible habit of rambling on and on for pages at a time about anything she can think of - and she does this in the middle of conversations between the characters so that when someone finally speaks again, you have to backtrack a few pages to remind yourself what they were even talking about.

I also thought the part
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Brianne
very much a reunion story and a story of two people opening their hearts and eytes to the possibilities and what they have always wanted. Also deals with some of the realities of a military lifestyle and coping when circumstances in life find you in a place you never really thought you would be
Diah Didi
Not as great as I expected, it was okay.
But my most favorite part was when Finn made a confession when he felt like loosing the ground to stand for when his parents gone suddenly because of the accident. Broke my heart so hard that I can't help myself not to cry. :')
Robin Covington
I always love a book by Rhonda Nelson. There hero is hot, sexy, and irresistible and the heroine spunky. Add to that a beach location to take me away from the cold of January and it was heaven.
Lauri
The secondary couple and the dog just didn't add to the story.
The dog farts constantly. I'm a dog lover, but this doesn't strike me as funny, just annoying.
Spoiler Whore says calm your tits people, it's just a book
Short, sweet and loved it! I got emotional in this book especially at the end. Good to see long lost love coming back together again.
Donna
As I was reading, I thought "What a fun, predictable read," then I was completely blown away by the ending. I even cried!!
Carrie
3.5*

Decent category romance with some heat, humor and a little suspense thrown in.
Angel
Not as great as her other books, but it was a fun, smutty read.
Maura
What can I say Harlequin all the way!
Sandra
Epilogue was best part of book.
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