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Under Siege Reviews
To be honest, I was a bit disappointed with Under Siege. The book started amazingly well. I was hooked from page one and I kept thinking it was truly going to be 5-stars worthy. This lasted until Zach and Julia decided to consummate their marriage. From then onwards, things just seemed forced between them, as if they were both just going through the motions because that's what's expected of them, and because there's supposed to be a happy ending. Everything else was great - the interaction with and between the children, all the ups and downs of holding a family together...but the romance? Not convincing enough. So, if you want a light, uncompromising read and are not bothered by the details, Under Siege is not too bad. Otherwise, there are much better choices out there.
I very much enjoyed the story and storyline. One my relative was stationed in Charleston, South Carolina airforce base. I had the pleasure of visiting him there. Just like airmen in this book men in this boo, he had to go on missions were he was unable to tell family and frirnds, were he was going. The author also showed what a close knitted family the military families are, she also gave us a good depiction of what some army brats go through.I also like that she talked about mentally and physically challenged children. I thought this book would be a quick read, nothing special. But turned out be a great read. I give it 8******** stars
While I loved "Taking Cover", the last couple books that I read in this series were mostly about military families, which kind of lacks in the excitement category. While I still cried at the end of this one, it wasn't a very thrilling book. However, the next one looks like it should be back on track. One thing I do have to say for "Under Siege" is that the characterization continues to be fantastic. I couldn't help but love the characters.
Another good read. Plenty of family drama, a little teenage angst, and a decent romance. I don't think the characters were as well developed as the last two, but it won't stop me from buying the next book in the series.
A very family story, sweet and full of family situation. No action here, only two adults trying to cope with facts of life and a lot of children!Sweet!