Monday, April 2, 2012
Book Review: Battle Buddy
Author: S. J. D. Peterson
Genre: Contemporary, M/M, Gay
Book Details: 67 Pages
Format Reviewed: ebook
Blurb: Army boot camp can push an individual to their limits, both physically as well as mentally. However, for those who pursue the coveted black and gold medal of an Army Ranger, boot camp is a walk in the park compared to the harrowing ordeals experienced during this elite training. It is by far, the toughest and most demanding and by the end, the trainees are left exhausted and emaciated.
For Shane Tucker, a young man with a secret, trying to escape life in a small town, boot camp and Ranger school was the easy part. Being constantly paired up with the gorgeous and cocky Owen Bradford, who had no concept of personal space, was hell on earth.
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My Review: This is book 1 in the Rough Ranger Series. Don't you just love that title for a series?
What a wonderfully research story....from boot camp to finding you calling. Who knew Tuck would survive boot camp and actually love it?
Meeting Own and having feelings for him, they both go through struggles. I admit to not understanding all of them, but they were well written and added to the story, so it didn't bother me at all.
I would have loved a little more background on Owen and his military decision, but I definitely can't wait for more Tuck and Owen
Details/Disclaimer: Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.