Friday, October 7, 2016

S.E.X. Review~ Broken Soldier by Jamie Lynn Miller

Sergeant Connor Finley and Sergeant Shawn Weller are dedicated soldiers working covert ops for Shadow Unit — a joint UK/US anti-terrorism task force.
Partners in the field and out, they had been through hell together for the last four years and made it through standing side by side. But when their latest undercover op to bring down an arms dealer plunges them into a world of drugs, sex and violence, Shawn must literally get in bed with the enemy in order to complete the mission. And Connor is forced to watch, helpless, as his partner is broken into pieces.
Will love be enough to put them both back together or will this be their final mission
WARNING: Contains scenes of drug use, graphic sex and realistic situations

Broken Soldier by Jamie Lynn Miller was a wonderful mix of military know-how, intrigue, and sexy characters. Shawn and Connor were part of an elite group known as Shadow Unit.

Sent to infiltrate the nefarious Jae on Kuala Lumpur, the men found themselves on the wrong side of the tracks and fitting for survival.

The relationship between the men was well-developed as Ms. Miller traversed the ins and outs of the seedy underbelly of sex, drugs, and violence. Additionally, the author delivered a carefully crafted tale of an undercover operative who must become totally immersed~ regardless of consequences.

The dynamics between Connor and Shawn tugged at my heart and left me cheering for them and the wrongs that must be made right. Connor’s pleasant, yet stoic disposition permitted Shawn to combat the evils of his mission while carving his own notch in the team and Shawn’s life. Together, Ms. Miller created a dynamic duo~ brains, strength, and pure sex.

I look forward to reading book two in the series and further delving into the lives of Connor and Shawn.
Book provided in exchange for an honest review

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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