Sgt. Ryan Pettit is in the middle of his deployment to
Afghanistan and while he is a career military man and will
do what is needed for his country, every day is starting to
fell the same.
The only thing that seems to be breaking up the monotony is
his military blog “Groundpounder” and the woman who he seems
to be connecting with over the internet.
Vicky V replies to each and every one of his blogs.
Vicki Vanover is determined to get to the real story about
women in Afghanistan.
She will even travel into the war zone in hopes of
interviewing a woman or two in the countryside.
She has been doing her homework by reading all she
can on Afghanistan including the milblog of “Groundpounder”,
who she thinks is a fantastic writer.
When circumstances throw Ryan and Vicki together, will they
be able to keep their attraction in check?
Especially with Vicki being the only woman in the
Additionally, there seems to be something a little odd about
some of the British officers that are now joining them.
They seem a little overly concerned about the
security of one of their officers.
But, in the end no one pays too much attention to
this until things go horribly wrong.
Will they all survive and will Vicki and Ryan be able
to figure out their feelings for each other if they do?
I have no idea where Ms. Johnson gets all her story lines
for her stories but she should patent the source as she has
another fantastic winner in A Prince Among Men.
I have to say she has a HUGE fan in me and this
the first book in the series to A Prince Among Men
there are different twists and turns to the story lines as
well as a chunk of reality thrown in about life in a war
zone. I loved
how Ms. Johnson wove in the pre meeting (online) of these
two characters as well as how they resolve their
managed to start this story late enough one night that I was
forced to endure work on less than 3 hours of sleep as I
couldn’t put it down.
Since I cannot give a higher rating than a
Joyfully Reviewed I guess I will settle for that
(maybe I can lobby for Joyfully Reviewed plus).
I look forward to the next story in the Task Force
Zeta Series, and until then will re-read A Prince