Jamie Lynn Miller has done it again, with a wonderful addition to her Shadow Unit series, Dying Soldier. Elite soldiers, Connor and Shawn have not always had it easy. They’ve battled their feelings for each other, coming out better in the end and hopelessly in love, battled dark enemies, and now must battle against their biggest challenge~ a virus that spares no one.
Ms. Miller took two very different men and united them professionally and personally. Reckless, ambitious, wild, and oh so hot, Connor and Shawn are the epitome of macho men with tender hearts. Just because they are part of a clandestine unit who saves the world from bad guys, doesn’t mean they can’t find happiness for themselves.
Ms. Miller’s style of writing is very matter of fact with interwoven snippets of drama and foresight, thus always making me want for more. The world building over the series captivated my attention and made me feel a part of the characters lives. Additionally, the supporting cast added subtle nuances have a familial feel that only enhanced the storyline. Call me a sucker for a good story with an ounce of drama and a whole lot of love, and that’s the book for me. Dying Soldier, as the rest of the Shadow Unit series delivered on all accounts.
Connor and Shawn are the epitome of sex appeal, in and out of the uniform, all the while never realizing their true worth except to each other and those they love. Never braggards, just men doing a job to make life better for others, sometimes at their own expense, Connor and Shawn sored to new heights in Dying Soldier.
To enjoy the full impact of the story, I would recommend reading the series from the beginning. All books are well-worth the read, enjoyable and stimulating. Ms. Miller knows how to strike a balance between real life and entertainment, thus giving readers a very realistic view of life and love following the lives of Shadow Unit and Connor and Shawn.
A five handcuff review
~~~~~2018 ©Evelise Archer All rights reserved. This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, locations, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, or have been used fictionally. Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead, locales, or events is entirely coincidental. No portion of this work may be transmitted or reproduced in any form, or by any means, without permission in writing from the author.