Into the Crossfire,
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This review is from: Into the Crossfire (Paperback)
I buy all LRM's books, they are in a style I enjoy and do always look forward to the next book.
This book did not seem to flow as they do normally, there does seem to be something missing. Everthing seems to happen so fast.
Don't misunderstand me - I fell in love with Sam and liked Nicole. If you have never read a book LRM before, I do find I fall in love with the hero and like the heroine. Sam is an ex SEAL who has never known the love of an "immediate" family although he has 2 "brothers" who love and respect each other. He hopes that he can convince Nicole that he is the man for her and that they can become the family he craves.
Nicole, even though she feels that eventually she could love and have a future with Sam - is coping with building a new business and caring for her dying father whom she adores and will do anything for. She can't even think of her own future at the moment and hasn't found a man who can share her with her father and not demand more than she can give - until she meets Sam. Who she has categorised and who proceeds to shatter all the pre-conceptions she has of him.
I have already bought LRM's next book and will continue to buy.