What happens when communication breaks
down between the home front and the battlefield? Tasha
Ruskya has everything she could possibly want. Life is
good…no, great! She's worked hard to be independent and has
finally found her soul mate. The only drawback is that his
job is very dangerous, the life-threatening kind. Is she
prepared to handle all the worry that comes with him?
Warrant Officer Dale Smythe loves being
a Marine. The Corps is his world. His job is a challenge,
physically and mentally, and requires him to be at the top
of his game. Then, on the day he decided to make changes in
his personal life, he meets the woman who manages to keep
his humanity connected. But will he be able to handle it
when he must leave for war? War is tough, for everyone
involved, but there are also many very rewarding aspects -
like the reunion.
Ooh Rah! by T. Greene was
a wonderful look into new (and hot) relationships. I loved
how both characters were bit by the “love bug” but were
afraid to let the other know for sure due to being concerned
they were moving too fast. The author also did a great job
in expressing the fears that family members left behind
during a deployment experience when suddenly cut off from
all the technology of today. In some ways, it reveals how
technology can hut a relationship, if someone is overdue
etc. The author was also able to write some pretty sexy and
graphically erotic scenes. I enjoyed Ooh Rah!
and will look for others by this author in the future.