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Love, Always and Forever: A Sergeant Joe's…

Love, Always and Forever: A Sergeant Joe's Boys Novel

by Alexis Morgan

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I received an ARC for an honest review for netgalley. It was a touching story. Liked that they got to become friends first and developed feelings for each other before becoming intimate. It had its tragic pasts, and truly touched the heart. Poor Misha, suffered from PTSD and the memories of his mothers suicide, and then you have poor Abby she never had a normal life. The poor girl gre up sheltered, dealing with overbearing brothers, parents, and health issues, and was just starting to live her life. Of course they fall in love but are scared and don't know how to deal with it, but it does it work out, and you as a reader, sit on side lines rooting for for them. ( )
  Pelusa41 | Mar 15, 2017 |
What a fantastic book! Mikhail & Amy are next door neighbors. From the moment they met, it was apparent there were sparks. Amy wasn't ready for a relationship & just wanted to be friends while Mikhail was willing to take whatever he could get. Amy & Mikhail take us on a journey as they both try to recover from their past & find a way to each other.

Ms. Morgan developed two flawed characters that seem like opposites. When you really start to dig into them, you find they are more alike than you think. The characters are all well developed. The interactions between Mikhail & his adopted brothers and Amy & her brothers are funny, sad, explosive & similar in tone & sentiment. I wish the book had gone more in depth about PTSD, survivors guilt & seeking treatment but it did show a fairly realistic look at life with it. This was an enjoyable HEA. ( )
  Pam50627 | Mar 8, 2017 |
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Sergeant Joe's Boys are back! Bestselling author Alexis Morgan delivers a tender and inspiring novel about Mikhail, a battle-scarred firefighter, and the sensitive young woman who slips inside the walls around his heart. As a child, Mikhail Wanjek couldn't save his drug-addled mother; as a young man, he left a promising military career because he couldn't defend the innocent victims of war. When Mikhail's feeling like a failure, not even the love of his adoptive parents and loyal brothers can console him. But after he volunteers to help his beautiful brunette neighbor install a fence around her yard, Mikhail begins to heal. He wants to shield her pure, unabashed lust for life from the darkness--including his own. Successful heart surgery has allowed Amy Short to finally set out on her own, apart from her loving but overprotective family. Now she's experiencing new thrills with the chiseled fireman next door, from riding on the back of Mikhail's Harley to late nights full of passion. Still, he refuses to open up emotionally, and with Amy's history, she's not willing to wait around for Mikhail to change. What she needs to do is show him that together they can build something that will last forever.Advance praise for Love, Always and Forever. "This is a real romance reader's romance with a lovely slow burn at its heart."--Publishers Weekly "Love, Always and Forever is an engrossing tale of love and healing that will keep you up late into the night. Alexis Morgan doesn't just write fabulous stories. She writes keepers."--Gerri Russell, bestselling author of Flirting with Felicity "Alexis Morgan has a talent for creating characters with depth and heart, who compel the reader to care about them and follow them on their journey to love. That's certainly the case with Amy and Mikhail, two scarred, caring people who are struggling to move forward and find the happiness and love they deserve."--Award-winning author Susan Fox"Readers are going to dream about having Mikhail Wanjek for a neighbor. I know I did!"--Wendy S. Marcus, award-winning author of All I Need Is You Look for all of Alexis Morgan's heartfelt Sergeant Joe's Boys romances: ALWAYS FOR YOU: JACK ALWAYS BE TRUE: TINO LOVE, ALWAYS AND FOREVER "I love any Alexis Morgan book! Her heartfelt, touching stories never disappoint."--New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery "Engaging and charming, Always for You: Jack is a story of fulfillment, forgiveness, and passionate romance."--Vonnie Davis, author of the Black Eagle Ops series "A writer with a gift for seeing the hidden wounds of soldiers returning from war, Alexis Morgan has outdone herself in Always Be True: Tino."--USA Today bestselling author Janice Kay Johnson Includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.… (more)

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