Title: Never Let It Go
Author: Emily Moreton
My Rating: 3 of 5 stars
From the Publisher:
After being seriously injured in an explosion, Will Jones is sent home from Afghanistan—alone. Struggling with the physical and psychological effects of his injuries is hard enough without worrying about the other two-thirds of his threesome, Isaac Andrews and Ade Drew, who are are still on assignment. When Will hears that their unit is being recalled to the US early, it should be good news, but Will knows how quickly things can go wrong. He’s not willing to trust until he can lay eyes— and hands—on the men he loves.
This short story introduces us to Will, Isaac and Ade. Three men, all serving soldiers in Afghanistan and all in a relationship together.
Recently injured, Will is at home recovering from his injuries and dealing with his memories. He also has to deal with the fact that Ade and Isaac are still in Afghanistan. What he really needs is his men home safe and holding him. When he learns that they are due back earlier than planned he is both slightly panicked and overjoyed.
I liked this one but with I could have really loved it had I been able to know about the men involved. Although I feel like I got to know Will a little as the story is based mostly around him, I didn’t really feel involved with Ade and Isaac.
I would like to thank Dreamspinner Press for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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