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Crossing the Line by Cat Johnson
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Sep 28, 11

Read from September 27 to 28, 2011

Carrie Ann Armstrong Found Herself Losing The race To Her Childhood Friend As Alan Burst Across The Finish Line With What Had To Be Super Human Strength, And She Had Never Ever Lost To Alan! Well, It Did Not Matter As She Had Hoped That Winning The Race Would Mean That They Would Enlist In The Air Force Together, But It Looked Like She Would Be Going Alone And Although She Couldn't Wait To Leave The Small Town In Mississippi Behind She Hated To Leave Alan.

Staff Sargent Beau Adams Was A Marine Stationed In The Horn Of Africa And With Just Six Years To Go To Get Full Benefits, He Took No Chances By Sneaking Around Having Sex When It Was Against The Rules. No Sir, No Way Would He Get Screwed Out Of His Career By A Roll In The Sack, And Then He Saw The Ice Queen, A Woman Who Stirred His Heart As No Other Woman On The Entire Base Could Do And Suddenly He Found That He Wanted To Get Her In His Bunk!

Once again, Cat Johnson Teases Readers With A Story About The Military And Their Sense Of Fair Play With Fraternization! With Men And Women So Far From Home And With Every Moment Maybe Their Last, They Find Ways To Get Around The Rules, And Carrie And Beau Are No Exception. Both Are In The Service As Career And Intend To Stay For The Duration, But Thrown Together As Running Partners, They Find Themselves Anticipating Seeing Each Other Until Running Is Not Enough! Crossing The Line Had Me Rapidly Reading And Anticipating The End!


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