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Personal Leave

Personal Leave

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by Sean Michael
     
 
Alex "Rigger" Roberts and Jim "Rock" South are starting to build a solid life together, even as hard as that is for a Marine and a flight nurse. They have pizza, beer, a dog, and lots and lots of communication in bed.

The only thing Rock doesn't really communicate well about is his family or his past. Rig thinks that's a little strange, as close as he is to his own

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Alex "Rigger" Roberts and Jim "Rock" South are starting to build a solid life together, even as hard as that is for a Marine and a flight nurse. They have pizza, beer, a dog, and lots and lots of communication in bed.

The only thing Rock doesn't really communicate well about is his family or his past. Rig thinks that's a little strange, as close as he is to his own tight-knit, loving family, and he sets out to pry a few details out of his studly Marine.

When a death in Rock's family has them leaving North Carolina for New England, Rig gets more than he bargained for. There's bad blood there, and when things boil over, Rig has Rock's back, deciding that his Marine is better off without a family like that.

Things aren't exactly smooth for Rig's family, either, and a family tragedy leaves him wondering if life will ever be the same. Rig tries to deal with is problems on his own, like he always has, but Rock proves to him soon enough that it's better to have someone there to pick up the pieces.

Sean Michael gives us a true slice of Jarheads life in Personal Leave, a hot and moving tale of two men who laugh, love and live together. Take some time for yourself and read it today!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781934166376
Publisher:
Torquere Press
Publication date:
12/28/2006
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)

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Personal Leave 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In Personal Leave Rigger has managed to domesticate his blue-eyed Jarhead, well somewhat - and the boys are well on their way to becoming a loving and supportive couple. Rock may be the dominate male in their family, but Rigger knows exactly how to tame his Jarhead. The boys are still as hot and sexy as ever, living and loving and still indulging in their baby-green marines. There is more character development and we get to meet Rock's family for the first time. It's not pleasant. Rigger is lovingly supportive of his Marine throughout this ordeal and fiercely protective. We see a lot more of Rigger's family, when the boys return to Texas for the holidays. Rigger's family, especially his Momma and Daddy, is one of the best parts of this book and the series. The contrast between Rock and Rigger's family is heartbreakingly clear. Later in the book, a family tragedy has Rigger rushing back to Texas without Rock. The grief nearly breaks Rigger and Rock is almost in a panic over his helplessness to ease Rigger's pain. There are several poignant, emotional moments in this book - emphasizing Rigger and Rock's devotion to each other. A must read for the Jarhead fan.
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