Friday, March 5, 2010

HIS SISTER'S KISS -A Pen & Muse review

Author: Kate Hill

Genre: A 20th century historical released January 25 at Ellora’s Cave

Price & Info: ISBN: 9781419925948

Price: $4.45 (e-book) Available at:

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What I liked

Poor Angela. She’s lost her brother in the on-going war in Viet Nam and now finds his best friend on her doorstep. Who doesn’t love a man in uniform? Especially one with a sexy, Texas drawl? Memories of her brother, and the added complication as the new guardian of her niece, add to this story’s message about loneliness, courage, and love. The description of the war back in the ‘70’s wraps the characters in a sort of honest, hot, passion and sets the stage for a love story, which made me smile. The sexual tension and love scenes are worth the wait, and I found myself rooting for Master Sergeant Forbes!

Book Blurb

After surviving captivity in a Vietnam prison camp, Master Sergeant Abraham Marley Forbes longs more than ever for a loving family life. It’s a dream he doubts will ever come true, until a promise to a deceased friend sends him straight into the arms of the one woman who can fulfill his deepest desires.
Publisher’s Note: Originally published in the By Honor Bound anthology.

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