Sunday, May 10, 2009

A Few Good Men by Tori Carrington

Harlequin Blaze #445, January 2009-05-09
Genre: Romance

Four sexy guys in one book! What more could a woman ask for?

Tori Carrington begins this continuity series “Uniformly Hot!” under the Harlequin Blaze imprint. Each month Harlequin brings us another book in this series by a different author.

“A Few Good Men” features four short stories involving four Marines. Each man is returning home after a tour of duty, some will be returning once their furlough is over.

First we have Corporal Eric Armstrong. He has been corresponding online with a woman he never met. Now, he has a chance to meet her face to face and what a shock greets him! This is no stranger!

Next up is Corporal Eddie Cash. He’s ready to face his duty as a father. However, his former lover, Megan, isn’t all that willing to let him back into her world, even if she is carrying his child.

Then there is Lieutenant Matt Guerrero. He has been away for several years serving his country and leaving his beautiful family behind. Now, he’s come home but his wife and children want more than a couple of weeks. They want a lifetime, but can Matt give it to them?

Finally, we have Captain Brian Justice. This Marine is their commander and he has a problem of his own. He’s facing a possible court martial just when he meets the woman of his dreams. However, he refuses to throw her into his troubles.

I enjoy Tori Carrington’s books and this was another good one. My only complaint is that these were four separate stories in 211 pages. Each guy’s story could have had their own book. I would have loved to learn more about each one and see their story develop more. Each one had the potential for their own full length book. However, this was a fast read and all the characters were quite likeable.

For Reading Challenge: A to Z Reading Challenge


  1. Now i got interested, who is that girl who is not a stranger :)

  2. LOL - You have to read the book!


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