Sunday, April 10, 2016

~*~ Review ~*~ Delta Force by Julie Morgan


Special Ops soldier Logan Saunders is at the top of his game. He has led nearly impossible missions in the heat of war, while having a wife at home who waited for his return.

Or so he thought. Receiving word of a fatal collision, Logan returns home and soon discovers her infidelity.

Training missions, parties, and women become his life's focus. When the partying makes him a danger to others and himself, matters are placed into the hands of the military.

When forced with a life changing decision, Logan meets a woman who will change his life. Problem is, she is his assigned therapist. And she is off limits. Will she be able to help Logan get over his past and forgive his wife? What about forgiving himself? In the line of fire, there is fight or flight. This is a fight Logan intends to win.

My Review:

Delta Force is Logan's story. Logan goes to war thinking that his relationship with his wife is great but he comes home and realizes that it was all lies. Top it off, he finds out all of this after she has died. This character Logan, who appears to be a great guy, turns into an asshole almost immediately. He's so mad at his wife's indiscretions that never allows himself a chance to grieve her death. So he dives into a world of drinking and one night stands. One thing leads to another and Logan finds himself in trouble. The only out of it, get some therapy.
This is where Miranda comes in. She's given the task of seeing Logan through his issues. What she doesn't count on is finding herself attracted to him. Her job is to help him and she refuses to cross the line. Logan us persistent and refuses to give her up. Their relationship builds over time and it leads to something stronger once they can indulge in their feelings. 

The author takes on a big task in this book,  dealing with PTSD. It's a difficult subject matter to write about. The author touch on things that I think most people never associated with PTSD. Like Logan's drinking and meaningless sex. The fact that she brings this to the attention of readers is a great thing. I commend any author who wants to tackle this subject. 

Logan's story isn't a cookie cutter romance. At times Logan can come off as a jerk. Once you get past it, he really is a great guy and character. I enjoyed reading the story and I think the author did a great job with it. 

My Rating:
4 out of 5 Stars

Author Bio:

Originally from Burleson, Texas Julie always had a love of books, especially paranormal stories. Julie finally took the leap to begin writing with encouragement from her family.

Having worked in IT her entire career, Julie now spends her free time writing. Living in Central Florida with her husband and daughter, her favorite pastime is reading children's stories to her daughter, especially those around animals.

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