Bestseller Kindle Uniform Appeal release Everyone loves a man in uniform From the Armed Forces to civil
Bestseller Kindle Uniform Appeal release Everyone loves a man in uniform From the Armed Forces to civil service, it s often a matter of logistics to balance work and love in life, and these men are specialists, up to the task of finding romance amidst crime, fire, and military service.Chasing Jamie by Eric ArvinFamished by Lou HarperDelayed in San Diego by Pepper EspinozaHot Stuff by Maria AlbertDuty by Emily MoEveryone loves a man in uniform From the Armed Forces to civil service, it s often a matter of logistics to balance work and love in life, and these men are specialists, up to the task of finding romance amidst crime, fire, and military service.Chasing Jamie by Eric ArvinFamished by Lou HarperDelayed in San Diego by Pepper EspinozaHot Stuff by Maria AlbertDuty by Emily MoretonDiscovering Columbus by Shae ConnorFire House Flame by Paul TaylorSold By K.R FosterHeat of the Moment by Dawn DouglasDouble Cross by Lesley HastingsThe Night Shift by Louise BlaydonJean Paul by Ryan LovelessWalk a Mile by G.R RichardsSecrets and Lies by Jay StarreThe US Male by Lisa WorrallGood Things Come by Rowan McAllister. A viral Kindle Uniform Appeal Chasing Jamie by Eric Arvin:I hate to say it, but this story read like a hick's stream of consciousness exercise. The author provided too many extraneous details about the couple's life and history together for a story of this length. Though I'm sure this was intended as a way to give his characters more depth, I found that it only served to pull focus from the central action of the story, leaving it feeling chaotic and melodramatic. I also wasn't a huge fan of the titular character; Jamie came across more as a petulant child than a grown man in a serious, committed relationship. I found myself completely apathetic to him and his pink tights. Okay, maybe that's not entirely true - I did want to put him in a time out. (Does that count as caring?!)The one thing that I will say for this story is that Arvin did a good job of creating a distinct voice for Wade's character using a drawl and regional expressions. When combined with the carnival atmosphere of the setting, these details helped to give the story a strong sense of place and time. [1.5 Stars]Famished by Lou Harper:Well, I have no idea what the title had to do with the story, but I liked what I read. Neither of the main characters were terribly original, but the story was well-written, well-paced, a little bit funny, and a lot a bit sexy. The tone was perfectly flirtatious, and Sean's character was just awkward enough to be endearing. In short, it was everything that I was looking for in a story about a man in uniform (a motorcycle cop, no less!). After this, I'm definitely looking forward to getting my hands on a full-length novel by this author. [3.5 stars]Delayed in San Diego by Pepper Espinoza:Chandler's in a bit of a jam; his restaurant has failed, he's flat broke, and he's headed home to Utah so that he can be with family while he licks his wounds and tries to get back on his feet. Cody is a U.S. Marine returning from a harrowing tour of duty in Afghanistan. After years of bravely serving his country while denying who he is and who he loves, he's ready to come home and move on. The only problem is, he doesn't have a home to go to. When a winter blizzard grounds all flights to Salt Lake City, Cody and Chandler find the perfect way to kill time between flights -- together.I LOVED THIS STORY! Espinoza may have only been working with a handful of pages, but she managed to push every one of my humina humina buttons and still tug my heart strings. I found myself caught up in the action, entranced by the characters' chance meeting, their first shy, clumsy overtures, and their downright combustible chemistry in the bedroom. These men were sexy as fuck together, but it was the hints of vulnerability and their willingness to take a chance on more than a one night stand that ultimately won me over. [4 stars]Hot Stuff by Maria Albert:This story had such promise! It started out with a sexy, but exhausted man running a stop sign and being pulled over by a cop. Bow-chicka-bow-wow! The exhausted man is Drake, a firefighter and all around do-gooder. The patrol cop, Perrin, is a cute blonde twink and a rookie. I can hear the porn soundtrack revving up in the background, can't you? But before Perrin can even issue Drake a ticket, there's a shooting, and a car accident, and Perrin ends up injured and in the hospital with Drake at his bedside.By this point, I am enjoying the story - the characters are likable, the action's good, there's two men in uniform for the price of one, and we're about to get some sexy time... aren't we?! Nope. We're about to get a whole lot of extraneous I-don't-give-a-fuck-about-this details. I didn't need a sub-plot about an arsonist. Nor did I need one about a gay-bashing. Oh, and I especially didn't need to be introduced to 15 secondary characters by name, get a run-down of Perrin's entire family tree in excruciating detail, and listen to a back-story for each of them. I just want witty banter, smiles, sex, and a couple of feels, thank you very much. But I didn't get that. Instead, I got our main characters' first - and only - sex scene given to us as a DREAM SEQUENCE. [2 stars]Duty by Emily Moreton:Discovering Columbus by Shae Connor:Fire House Flame by Paul Taylor:Sold! By K.R. Foster:Heat of the Moment by Dawn Douglas:Double Cross by Lesley Hastings:The Night Shift by Louise Blaydon:Jean-Paul by Ryan Loveless:Walk a Mile by G.R. Richards:Secrets and Lies by Jay Starre:US Male by Lisa Worrall:This porny short story took an unexpectedly creepy turn (and no, I'm not (only) talking about the adult male that bought a Victorian-era doll). I'm not quite sure what I'm supposed to do with it. Am I supposed to believe Nathan is who the author's implying he is? And if so, am I still supposed to like him and root for him and Rick? Or, is the author merely misleading readers and we'll find out in Part II that he's just a player, not a (view spoiler)[killer (hide spoiler)]? *scratches head*Whatever I'm supposed to make of this story, it felt entirely out of place in this anthology. [2 stars]Good Things Come… by Rowan McAllister:*My overall rating will be the average rating of all stories in the anthology.
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