Mullen is in a job she hates and is in pursuit of the last
deviant man on earth. She is totally convinced that all men
are either married or gay. Case in point her best friend
Peter - gay, her military pen pal Jazzy - married, what is a
girl to do. She is living a secret life though, she has just
written and published a highly erotic romance story that the
guys in Jazzyís platoon are calling porn with a plot.
One day when
Jazzy is hurt he finally convinces his Staff Sergeant to write
to Summer (aka Maureen) to tell her that he is ok. Well one
thing leads to another and suddenly John is looking forward to
reading Summerís emails and even finds himself thinking about
her at the oddest times.
serial dating with her friend Peter. They each have to find a
straight guy (for her) and gay guy (for him) so they can
double date. After the first disastrous date she decides to
add a blog to her Summer Winterís page, which becomes all the
rage. Though in her heart has she really found the man for
her, but just hasn't met him face to face?
Good Men is one of the better military based romances
I have read in a while. The author has taken great pains to
include the danger, as well as some of the workings about
living in a war zone. Hats off to you Cat Johnson. I
thoroughly loved the banter between Maureen and Peter and how
John is eventually drawn into Maureenís life. A Few
Good Men made me want more stories about Task Force
Zeta and reminds me of Suzanne Brockmanís Navy Seals.