Mitzi's Marine

Mitzi's Marine

by Rogenna Brewer
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Mitzi's Marine 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
DOR More than 1 year ago
I Like all of the Superromance put out by Harlequin. I recommend that everyone read this type of books.
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The plot starts out interesting with love and regret that lingers in Mitzi and Bruce but then one finds out she is seeing another man and that makees you loss interest in her a bit because she never ends it with the guy just ends up sleeping with bruce and having the other guy dump her. Bruce appears to have no emotion, really no emotion in any of the characters it seems, bruce and mitzi never really seem to talk about what the summary said what the book was about. the plot seemed tedious most of the time and never really went anywhere at soome points. the end was sweet and romantic; how most would want it to end with true love finding its way of the battlefield.
harstan More than 1 year ago
After losing much of his leg in a combat incident that left his best friend who was his then fiancée's sibling Freddie dead in Iraq, Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Bruce Calhoun ended his engagement to Navy Chief Petty Officer Mitzi Zahn. They needed each other while grieving, but he shut her out. To his chagrin, he and Mitzi work in the same Navy/Marine Corps recruiting station. He still loves her, but she has not forgiven him for dumping her over a year ago when she needed his comfort and felt deeply he needed hers too. Worse, his Mitzi is seeing Army First sergeant Daniel Estrada who is a nice guy. This In Uniform contemporary romance is a great insightful look at severely injured military failing to adjust to physical and emotional changes as they "recover" at home. The emotional plight of Gunny Bruce is brilliantly rendered as he has three strikes (his loss of his BFF, his loss of his leg, and his loss of his woman); while Mitzi also struggles with multiple losses. Readers will relish this engaging profound tale of a wounded warrior's mental struggles to regain his self sense of worth as with his leg went his esteem. Harriet Klausner
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