Breathtakingly beautiful Military Romantic Suspense,
May 10, 2014
This review is from: Mark (In the Company of Snipers) (Kindle Edition)
I LOVED it! This is the first book I've ready by Irish Winters, and it will definitely *not* by my last. I've already purchased the other two (that are presently available) and eagerly await her coming books.
MARK (IN THE COMPANY OF SNIPERS) by Irish Winters has it all: genuine romance, a broad spectrum of emotion, action, suspense, 3D characters, evil villains (illustrating the magnificence of the hero/es), believable romance. **SIGH**
Mark Houston (our hero) has loved Libby Clifton from the very beginning-- but (as we know in the book description) she's engaged to his best friend Jon. She's off limits, but that doesn't keep his battered heart from loving her. When Jon loses his life in service of his country, Libby is understandably devastated. Mark has the miserable job of carrying the news to Libby. Her heart-wrenching pain is *his* pain. I LOVED how Mark realized it was far too early for him to declare himself to Libby, and in so many ways, far, far too late.
This fiercely romantic story brings together two people who couldn't be more perfect for each other. Together, they're whole, blessedly happy. Because it's a romance, it's a given [from page 1] that Libby and Mark will end up together....and it was so very rewarding a read that Libby realizes she's so much happier, more cherished, more invested with Mark than she ever could have been with Jon. The whole lost fiance and current romance-- this triangle between two men (best friends) who love the same woman, one lost forever and one her happily-ever-after -- is so very well done.
Kudos to the author!