Review: Besiege (DISARM, #2)

Besiege

Author: June Gray
Series: DISARM, #2
Genre: Adult Fiction, Romance, Military
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
Publication Date: May 28th, 2013
Format: ebook
Pages: 49
Source: ibooks
Purchase: Amazon | B&N | Kobo

 

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The continuing story of Elsie and Henry…

Elsie has waited six long months for Henry to return from his deployment to Afghanistan. But she learns that, sometimes, the person who leaves for war is rarely the same one who comes home…

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Besiege is the second novella in the DISARM series by June Gray. It picks up right where Disarm left off, although slow Gray covers how Elsie’s life is without Henry. I was a little worried on how Gray would keep this story, I honestly figured that while Henry was gone this story would flat with correspondence back and forth between the two, but I was wrong. She throws in a twist with David (not much of a twist) and when Henry comes back from Afghanistan we learn that he’s not the same guy that Elsie fell in love with.

Overall, Besiege is short but intriguing!

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3 Stars

 

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