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Special Forces: Operation Alpha: Protecting Us (Special Forces: Operation Alpha #12) by Magan Vernon

 
 

September 17, 2016

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

Title :              Special Forces: Operation Alpha: Protecting Us 

Author :           Magan Vernon

Series :            Special Forces: Operation Alpha #12

Release date :   July 19th 2016

Rating :           3 Stars

 

 

Blurb : Calder “Doc” Thompson spent his whole life preparing to be an Undersea Medical Officer for the United States Navy. When an IED took out both of his legs, he was left with a pair of prosthetics and a job he hated at the local university Student Health Services. Ready to drown it all, he headed to Ace’s Bar and Grill where he met Maya Halliwell, the beautiful new bartender with a secret. A secret that has kept her away from the water for the last four years. Until she watches Calder step into the water and never come up. Now both of their lives are unraveling and the only way they’re able to stay afloat is if they protect each other.

 

Review : Adminting I had no Idea this would be turning out into a paranormal novel. I am not sure If I would have chosen to read it – had I known that fact before. Because eventhough I like paranormal – I do not read all kinds of paranormal and this would have been one of the kinds I do not read. 

 

I think this must have been the first time ever to combine such sensitve subjects like PTSD to … well a paranormal subject. And funny about that is – it actually worked. And while it was a short read and felt not really totally developed at times it was still enjoyable once I managed to read it with an raised eyebrow.

 

BUT because of the missing relationship devolpment / insta love and what felt like unfinsihed business in the end and that plus the (for me missing emotions) lead to the “only” 3 stars

 

 

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