EJ Noyes was able to deliver on so many levels but most importantly on how it felt to be Lesbian solider of that era in the military. As the reader I was able to truly understand the feelings of the main protagonist Captain Sabine Fleischer and how conflicted she was about her feelings for her superior officer Colonel Rebecca Keane. This book is going to take you on a roller coaster ride of ups and downs that you won’t expect but it’s so unbelievably worth it.ceLEStial books Reviews
Noyes clearly undertook a mammoth amount of research. Her protagonist, a surgeon living and working in Afghanistan at the height of American intervention, is completely believable. I was totally engrossed. I'm not usually a reader of romance novels, but this one gripped me. The personal growth of the main character, the rich development of her fabulous best friend, Mitch, and the well handled tension between Sabine and her love interest were all fantastic. This one definitely deserves five stars. I am keen to read her future work.Rainbow Book Reviews
This is a book with everything I love about top quality lesbian fiction: a fantastic romance between two wonderful women I can relate to, a location that really made me think again about something I thought I knew well, and brilliant pacing and scene-setting. I cannot recommend this novel highly enough.
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