Semper Mine

Semper Mine

by Lizzy Ford

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BN ID: 2940149234028
Publisher: Lizzy Ford
Publication date: 04/30/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 36,412
File size: 829 KB

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Semper Mine 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
SqwkR More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. It was amazing! Really brings you into the book and the mind frame of the characters.
DDBean More than 1 year ago
Semper Mine by Lizzy Ford completely blew me away. This story touches on the effects of not only the loved ones who lose someone in the war, but how their commanding officer feels also. The chemistry between Katya and Sawyer is evident, but the death of her brother hovers between them. Will they be able to overcome their feelings during a camp created for children who lost a parent in the war? It is touch and go with a wannabe boyfriend trying to win her heart also. My heart just broke for Sawyer when he receives an email from Katya while back out in the war. He has one last chance to win her heart and that is at Christmas. You will have to read the book to find out if they get their HEA. I give this book 5 stars *****. I was laughing, angry and crying through a short amount of time. Lizzy Ford never fails to deliver and I wait impatiently for her next book to come out. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I seriously loved this book. I wasn't sure about it because I have mixed feelings about military from personal experiences of my own. I have quite a few friends in different ranks including one is a marine. The minute I opened this book I could not put it down. Sawyer and the emotion behind the loss of his four crew members was so well written especially Mikael. The connection between Sawyer and Katya was great. I loved the banter between the two. And I loved that they were made for each other even though they were so different. This story has family, friendship, and the importance of what those face every day when in the military. It is not only a toll on the individual facing the war but on the family and friends as well. I wished we could have known a bit more about Sawyer's buddy who got him into joining the marines. Maybe a flash back of some sort in the story or in the letter to Katya. But I know that wasn't important to put into the story. I look forward to what Lizzy does for the next Sons of War books. I really enjoyed the emotion and back story of each character. I loved Petr and his relationship with his sister. I really enjoyed that it starts at a camp that helps children. That is something that is needed more. I went to a grief camp after my grandma passed away from cancer and that was a great experience because it really does help you get past that difficult time. So it hit home when I read about the camp that Katya and Petr's family made for Mikael's memory. I really enjoyed the other members in the group as well. They added to the characters and added a lightness to the story. Though this story had a sadness to it, it also has a light side to it. It shows that even through hard times everyone needs help and they need to live in the moment. The end scene (I won't give away what happens) but it is my favorite scene. It won't let me add a pen name so I'll put my name in here. -Chelsea