Soldier Boy

Soldier Boy In the jungles of Vietnam First Lieutenant Stu Willis met Private Richmond Patterson and fell hard for the new recruit Their brief romance burned bright but the very war that brought them together f

  • Title: Soldier Boy
  • Author: J.M. Snyder
  • ISBN: 2940012225306
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Nook
  • In the jungles of Vietnam, First Lieutenant Stu Willis met Private Richmond Patterson and fell hard for the new recruit Their brief romance burned bright, but the very war that brought them together finally tore them apart.This isn t the happy ever after you re looking for, but it is one of the best stories I ve written to date So consider yourself warned.

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    1. Powerful, sweet and sad. Within 14 pages, the emotions in this book are so strong, especially when you know there is no happy ending. I mean, as we all know, during the Vietnam War most of the young men between 18 and 21 did not survive their first tour and to risk love great characters!

    2. Title: Soldier BoyAuthor: J. M. SnyderPublisher: JMS BooksPublication Date: 2011ISBN: 978-1-61152-042-2Genre: Gay Historical RomanceLength: 16 pagesRating: 5 DiamondsHeat Level: SensualReviewer: Starla KayeDate: 4-30-11I was in awe of this beautifully written, touching story.Stuart Willis is horrified by everything happening around him in Vietnam. The only light in all this darkness is a younger soldier. But this isn’t the ideal place for starting a relationship. He has no choice…he desperat [...]

    3. Don't ask don't tell Love in a war zone when ever minute counts. Feelings come quick and deep. Love is forever and sadly so is loss. Great story but sad.

    4. J.M. Snyder is the "Queen of M/M Short Stories". I swear. She is always able to pack a punch, either funny, romantic, touching, or heartbreaking story, within the realm of few pages. Almost similar to her other sad short story related to war, The Name on My Wrist, this one is a telling of young love between two soldiers and a promise of forever in a war. That forever can be a concept that transcends life itself. It is not a happy story, but darn, how it packs emotion

    5. A touching story of love under fire in a time before DADT. I like quick reads like this as a break from major novels and this one speaks of the reality of love between men at a time when it was still a love that dare not speak its name.

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