Out of Uniform
Injured marine Rick Wyatt didn't need a nursemaid, especially not his estranged wife, Kate. Having her so close, tending his wounds, only brought back long-buried memories of everything they'd done together between the sheets—and everywhere else in the house. She had come home to help Rick get back in uniform, so why was he thinking about how fun it was to stay out of it?
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I liked Rick, Kate and the cast of secondary characters, and it was interesting to see how hard the life of Marine wives can be. But I'm not sure I really bought the HEA, because Rick's "change" was a bit sudden. All in all, this wasn't a bad read for this lazy Saturday.
Rick slept through his check in and the next day his estrange wife, Kate showed up on his door step with written orders of her own that she was his nurse since he had flaked on obeying the other ord ...more
But it's still strange to me to read book like this - the couple is married and than separated because they don't comm ...more
I'll tell you right off that I don't like reading my own bios, let alone writing them. It's like tooting your own horn. But if you're here, then you want to know something about me. So how about I break some ‘writers have a glamorous life' myths first off.
Myth 1: Writers have always been writers.
Not me. I was a licensed cosmotologist for years, and didn't even put ...more