Angela and Rick Steele have been
married for a long time. Angela knows that his job is
important and his deployments are dangerous. What she has a
hard time with is the lack of communication and intimacy
they have when he is stateside again. Bedroom antics have
never been a cause for concern, but Rick’s inability to let
Angela in his life as something more than a bed partner are
grating on her. Angela finally has enough when Rick is back
from a mission but has yet to come home. Grieving for her
dead marriage but resilient in her decision, Angela tells
Rick that she wants a divorce. Rick is not happy and vows
to make her change her mind. That’s all well and good, but
he will have to find her first.
I found Frontal Assault
to be a breath of fresh air in the plot department. Chevon
Gael has taken very realistic issues concerning marriage and
intimacy and written a highly erotic and emotionally intense
novel with Frontal Assault. I shivered with
anticipation when I realized Rick wouldn’t let his marriage
die without a fight. He was scrumptious!
Frontal Assault pulls no
punches. It is raw and gritty and scorching hot. I sweated
and panted, and then reread it again!