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Mass Market Paperback An Officer and a Hero: In Uniform (Harlequin Superromance No. 828) Book

ISBN: 0373708289

ISBN13: 9780373708284

An Officer and a Hero: In Uniform (Harlequin Superromance No. 828)

(Book #1 in the In Uniform Series)

An Officer And A Hero by Elizabeth Ashtree released on Jan 25, 1999 is available now for purchase.


Format: Mass Market Paperback

Condition: Good


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This is one whale of a story -- I learned a lot about JAG through the story of Kaitlin McCord and Daniel Wilson.I love the story so much that I had to read straight through to the end.Fantastic! This story really moved at a fast pace to keep the interest avid and all I can say is WoW!Again the author relapses into the premarital sex genre which to my mind means they seem to think that the story will not sell without sex. Too much & too many books like that.Discounting my pet peeve, the story is to be highly recommended for the "In Uniform" series with a --M -- I think I can guarantee that you will definitely enjoy reading this book.I love our men in uniform and their dedication to preserving our freedom.

This author has great potential.

Capt. Kaitlin McCord is the newest JAG lawyer on base. Daniel Wilson is the first man she meets who both attracts and intrigues her. She admits to herself and to him very early on that she would like to get to know him better and explore the attraction.Unfortunately, Daniel is an enlisted man and the Army doesn't allow fraternization between officers and enlisted personnel. Especially not when the enlisted man is a legal specialist and falls directly within the officer's chain of command.Kaitlin and Daniel understand that they are off-limits to each other and make several attempts to respect the boundaries the Army has established. They manage (not without some struggle) until a personal tragedy in Daniel's life brings Kaitlin to his side, into his bed and right on into his heart.I can't say much more about the plot without giving away too much. Let me just say, that from this point, this book has a long way to go until the end. Most of it is very, very good. Some of it is a little rough and pressed my ability to suspend disbelief. Kaitlin is a little too naive about a couple of things. I felt it took her too long to figure out a permanent solution to there fraternization difficulties - the same solution I had come up with within the first couple of chapters. She also resisted realizing who the villian was for too long when that, too, was fairly obvious (and should have been even more so to a lawyer). These things detracted only slightly from my enjoyment of the story. I'm glad. I would hate to have given up before the end, because the last 75-100 pages of this book are spectacular. They go well beyond the scope of many category romances and they showcase Kaitlin and Daniel to perfection. I wish I could say more, but there's just no way without revealing too much.Ms. Ashtree will only get better and I only hope she plans to give us more military romances. They'll be worth reading. This one surely was.
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