Heather Long lives in Texas with her family and their menagerie of animals. As a child, Heather skipped picture books and enjoyed the Harlequin romance novels by Penny Jordan and Nora Roberts that her grandmother read to her. Heather believes that laughter is as important to life as breathing and that the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus are very real. In the meanwhile, she is hard at work on her next novel.
Marine Ever Afterby Heather Long
After a passionate night, Paul wakes to find her
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Marine Paul Torres is used to women who enjoy the pleasure of the moment and whom he can bed with a wink and a smile. But with so many of his friends settling down, he’s turned on by the allure of finding the right partner as well. Even more so when he meets Lillianna Hansen while attending a wedding.
After a passionate night, Paul wakes to find her gone and though he wants more than a one-night stand with the alluring Lily, his limited leave is up and he’s forced to return to active duty.
All Lillianna thought she wanted was a good time. But Paul’s attention—even from thousands of miles away—is hard to resist, and while she tells herself repeatedly she doesn’t want a relationship with a Marine, she can’t deny the consequences of their passionate night.
When she finds out she’s pregnant, she’s forced to reach out to Paul. But is she ready to let the father of her child be her Marine Ever After….
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The main female got on my nerves the i am woman hear me roar routine got old quick. Lily appeared to be vunfeeling and cold. I also did not like her friend rebbeca. She did not seem to have lilys best interest at heart. A man asks for your friends number which i understand why you did not give it. But you not only dont mention it to lily you wait three months and then say oh yeah someone asked for your number but i forgot to tell you until just now as you casually finish eating your sandwich. Rebbecca had no remorse.
stimulating conversation and sizzling sexual attraction Ms. Heather Long has done it again; she has written another keeper, Marine Ever After, which I could read over and over again. It’s about a bridesmaid and a groomsman who hit it off so well during their first encounter, they have a one night stand. However, this one night stand is not arranged by the esteemed matchmaker and owner of 1Night Stand, Madame Evangeline, who has helped many men and women in Long’s Always A Marine series find their perfect match and their own brand of happily-ever-after. Instead, this one night stand is a culmination of Marine Paul Torres and Nurse Lillianna Hansen’s, stimulating conversation and sizzling sexual attraction for each other. Paul meets Lillianna at Luke and Rebecca’s wedding. Luke and Rebecca are the first couple of the Always A Marine series, who utilize Madame Evangeline’s service, reunite with each other after years of separation, and decide to get married. So I guess I must concede that the shrewd Madame Evangeline should get some credit for Paul and Lily connecting with each other. They have a wonderful night of passion but the next morning Paul finds himself all alone, wishing the connection he feels with Lilly could have gone beyond just one night. He tries to get Lily’s contact details, but to no avail. Only a few days later, he takes up active duty in Germany. Though Lily is a bit more stoic than Paul is, she finds it difficult to keep her mind from thinking about his sense of humor, his Alpha tendencies, and his touch. About three months after, she discovers she’s pregnant and after much hesitation she contacts her baby’s father, Paul. Paul is delighted when he learns he’s soon to be a father, and does all he can to convince Lily to make a more permanent arrangement. Of course, being the strong-headed woman Lily is, she resists. But how long can she do so when Paul proves over and over again how wonderful life can be if they live it together? The day to day grind of working at a hospital, the poignant scene at the airport, the way the Marines band together to help Paul win Lily, Paul and Lily’s reunion after months of separation, the contrast between loving someone from a distance and loving the person up close and personal, all make for a wonderfully satisfying read. And wait until you read what A Dummies Guide to Loving A Marine is all about; it’s simply fascinating. Marine Ever After is Long’s fourteenth installation of the Always A Marine series, and like its predecessors can be read as a standalone. Fans would be delighted to see some of their favorite heroes and heroines from earlier books either being mentioned or making guest appearances in this story. It’s not very likely they’ll tire of this series in the near future. So, in a nutshell, I’ll simply say, “Keep them coming, Ms. Long! Just keep them coming!” -Reviewed by Roxy
This is the first book I read by Heather Long and I can tell you that I am already looking forward to reading more books from this author. I love Marine Ever After! I love Paul's and Lily's passion. Their chemistry is too strong to resist. This is a fun, heartwarming and feel-good read that I highly recommend!!!
Paul is a slick Latin lover but his night with Lillianna leaves him wanting more than a one night stand. As an Army brat Lillianna knows what the military lifestyle is and wants nothing to do with it. Paul needs to convince Lillianna that loving a Marine is not the same as being an Army brat. Some folks write military romance and gloss over the reality of loving someone who serves at the convenience of the government. It isn't easy. There are separations, odd hours, moving, anxiety over duty and duty stations, leaving friends, making new friends, etc. It is hard to put all of that into a love story but Heather Long not only does it she makes it part of the romance. This is a fantastic series and each story seems to get better and better.