For the Boys by J.M. Snyder

Aspen Mountain Press

M/M Historical

ISBN: 978-1-60168-212-3

Reviewed by Ley



Meeting the man of your dreams can come at the most unexpected times and can be the most unexpected person. 

Soldier Carl Prosser never thought a dancer in a touring USO troupe would be the man to steal his heart, but thatís exactly what happened.  From the moment Carl laid eyes on Tommy he was infatuated, but he never thought his interest would be wanted or returned. After only two short days together, Tommy and Carl had to say goodbye, but through the exchange of letters the attraction they felt for each other turned into love.  As the fighting in Korea escalates, will their letters be all they have left of each other?

Beautiful romance! I absolutely loved this story so much that I read it twice in one sitting. Carl and Tommy are wonderfully written and I got a great sense of both characters even though the story was told from only Carlís point of view.  For the Boys flows so beautifully, and it weaves a very romantic tale of love angst and heartbreak. I donít want to say too much about the story because I donít want to spoil it for the readers, but I will say the only thing I found disappointing about this book is that it had to come to an end.  For the Boys is a well-written story that was well worth reading.


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