Mills & Boon Blush series brings you moving, true-to-life romancesShe doesn't love a man in uniform Professor Tam Nguyen knows that most women dream of a handsome, broad-shouldered military man. But she can never forget that the man who abandoned her pregnant mother in the middle of a war zone wore a uniform. Of course, that's before she meets Lieutenant Bowie Prince Mills & Boon Blush series brings you moving, true-to-life romancesShe doesn't love a man in uniform Professor Tam Nguyen knows that most women dream of a handsome, broad-shouldered military man. But she can never forget that the man who abandoned her pregnant mother in the middle of a war zone wore a uniform. Of course, that's before she meets Lieutenant Bowie Prince and gets to know the man behind the uniform. Once he sets out to change her mind, she finds him hard to resist. Until she discovers he holds the key to her father's identity ....
|Title||:||Midway Between You and Me|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||296 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Midway Between You and Me Reviews
Love this series. Glad I got to read the youngest brothers book. Unfortunately I was in druing the Vietnam Conflict, and heard all the stories about Ameraisian babies and how bad that conflict was. Glad Lan and her daughter got to the US, but sorry Skully went back and got captured only to let to believe his love had died. Hope another book comes out about this family.
Full review available at www.ireadwhatiwant2.wordpress.comSnippet Review:I’m not going to lie, this is probably my favorite romance novel of all time. It’s cheesy and predictable, but I can still remember reading it for the first time. I bought it at a library book sale for 25¢ when I was about 16 years old and sped through it all on a sick day home from school. The author does a good job with the military details, probably because she was in the military herself. The romance is sweet, even if it’s does get a little cheesy and the action is tense, though it does get a bit over-the-top. This is not one of the best romance novel that I’ve ever read, but there’s just something unique about it that definitely makes it one of my favorite.
This was probably my most favorite of the three book series but the ending reminded me of watching an Asian drama because it was so rushed and there were some things I really wished had been written to lift the readers spirits even more: more family reunion time.
3.5 stars.Great story, let down by poor proof reading. The lack of commas and periods was frustrating.
Of the three books in this series, I liked this one the least. Bowie seemed a little too perfect, and Tam's constant refusal to Bowie got old. It could have been a good story, but several things killed it for me: in several places it was hard to follow what was happening or who was talking; I believe the names of the characters talking were mixed up as the wrong name was cited; there were sentence fragments and other grammatical errors; I spotted some contradictory information ; there were any number of tyos and phrases that did not make sense. This book obviously had not been edited, and it was sorely in need of it!!! As much as I enjoyed the first two books in the series, I am sorry that I bought this one.