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Until There Was You (Coming Home, #2)

I love reading military romance written by someone in the military. Jessica Scott makes military life come alive. Until There Was You took me deep into a labyrinth of friendship, loyalty, and love as they relate to the politics of military life. The decisions Claire and Evan are faced with affect way more than themselves and their relationship. Consequences of making the wrong call can end careers, maybe even lives.

The tension is high. The stakes are high. The drama is high. Enjoy these favorite lines of mine from Until There Was You and pick up your copy soon:

Little sisters needed watching over. That’s why they were issued big brothers. Or at least it should be.–Kindle Locations 825-826.

“Yeah, well that would imply that I had a home to go back to. Home is where the army sends me.”–Kindle Locations 919-920.

“If loving coffee is wrong, I don’t want to be right.”–Kindle Location 987.

The man she thought she knew? She did not like that man. The polished army brass who was never faced with the choices that those at the bottom of the heap had to make every single day. But this man, standing before her? This man who admitted that he’d tried to help her change a commander’s mind? This man was complicated and conflicted.–Kindle Locations 1181-1184.

“I miss your cock when it’s not around. And the rest of you isn’t half bad, either.”–Kindle Locations 3318-3319.


About Jessi Gage

Jessi lives with her husband and children in the Seattle area. She’s a passionate reader of all genres of romance, especially anything involving the paranormal. Ghosts, demons, vampires, witches, weres, name it, she’ll read it. As for writing, she's sticking to Highlanders and contemporaries with a paranormal twist (for now). A career student (aka indecisive and inquisitive bookworm), Jessi brings her love of research to her worlds and characters. Her guiding tenet in her writing is that good always trumps evil, but not before evil gives good one heck of a run for its money. The last time she imagined a world without romance novels, her husband found her crouched in the corner, rocking.
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