by Jessica Scott (Goodreads Author)
An all new novella about a woman who came back from war changed and the man who loves her enough not to let her go.
All Major Patrick MacLean wanted was Christmas with the woman and child who were his family in everything but name. But Captain Samantha Egan has come back from the war a different woman than the one who left - and she doesn't know if she can love him anymore.
But neither of them counted on the determination of a little girl they both call daughter and if Natalie has her wish, her parents may have no idea what's coming for them. It's going to take Christmas miracle to bring these two wounded warriors back from the edge of a broken heart.
It was not a gentle kiss. It was not tame or timid or questioning.
It burned her down to the root of Sam's soul. It touched something deep and dark and hidden.
Something she'd thought was long since dead and buried and gone.
Patrick’s tongue slid against hers, stroking to life the very sensations she thought she'd never feel again.
It was electric, the feel of his mouth against hers. The scrape of stubble against her chin, the taste of him. The smell of his skin.
He nipped her. Pinched her bottom lip between his teeth and sucked it. And she sighed at the pleasure, at the raw ache his taste and touch aroused in her, pushing aside the darkness that haunted her.
Sam felt him. Felt everything. The heat of his skin. The warmth that drew her closer. That made her want to crawl into his lap and unzip his pants and push up that damned flannel shirt until they were skin to skin and there was nothing between them but sweat and heat.
One hand slid down her side. Tugged at her fleece and...
"Dear lord how many layers of clothing do you have on under this thing," he muttered against her lips.
She smiled. "You weren't wondering why I wasn't cold?"
"Well you'd be a champ at strip poker right about now," he murmured.
Then his fingers found her skin and she was no longer thinking.
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Jessica Scott is a career army officer, mother of two daughters, three cats and three dogs, wife to a career NCO and wrangler of all things stuffed and fluffy. She is a terrible cook and even worse housekeeper, but she's a pretty good shot with her assigned weapon and someone liked some of the stuff she wrote. Somehow, her children are pretty well adjusted and her husband still loves her, despite burned water and a messy house.
She's written for the New York Times At War Blog, PBS Point of View Regarding War, and IAVA. She deployed to Iraq in 2009 as part of OIF/New Dawn and has served as a company commander at Fort Hood, Texas.
She's pursuing a PhD in Sociology in her spare time and most recently, she's been featured as one of Esquire Magazine's Americans of the Year for 2012.
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The novella ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU is also included in November 11th release HOME FOR CHRISTMAS with Joann Ross.
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Source: eARC novella for Honest Review Courtesy of Author
Genre: Military Contemporary Romance Novella
Part of series but can be read as a standalone.
My All I want for Christmas is You Review ...
If you want great military romance then Jessica Scott is your girl. She always seems to get to the heart of the matter in her books. Patrick and Samantha have lived the army life while trying to raise a family but when Samantha comes back from her tour she's struggling. As she struggles with the change instead of asking for help she pushes her partner away.
Patrick knows what it's like coming back from tour and faced his demons alone, but now that the love of his life is facing something similar he doesn't know how to help her.
With the meddling of Sam's daughter Patrick flies to see them and fight for what once was. All Patrick knows is that he loves Samantha and her daughter so he will try anything to bring them back together. All the ways Patrick tries to mend the bridge fails until he opens up and communicates what he went through. Once the lines of communication are open Sam starts to realize that even though it hurts so much, she is not alone in her feelings.
I can't imagine what it is like being on tour to start with, then have to come home after everything you seen, done and lost. Jessica Scott knows how to capture this emotional angst while captivating you with a heartfelt love story.
4 There is always hope thumbs up!
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