Saturday, June 21, 2014

A Fighting Man

Author: Sandrine Gasq-Dion
Publisher: Wilde City Press
Publisher URL: www.wildecity.com
ISBN: 978-1-925180-02-2
Genre: {M/M} Romantic Comedy Series
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx 

Army Ranger Slater Cassidy is on a mission; he employs his best tactical strategy to capture the attention of the elusive Casper Kennedy. Slater’s goal is a future relationship, but first Slater must break down Casper’s barriers.

A Fighting Man is part of Men Of Manhattan series. The characters in this installment are directly connected to Blaine McKlintock and Spencer Cassidy, the main characters in A Marrying Man. Casper is administrative assistant to Blaine and Slater is Spencer’s younger brother. The plot illustrates all the entertaining ways Slater dreams up to court Casper. Although Casper is resistant at first, he is not immune to Slater’s persistent charms.

 A Fighting Man is a vastly amusing unrequited romantic seduction plot that subsequently cultivates from delightfully heartwarming to a tearful transitory heartbreak when a war zone drama changes the emotional tranquility of Slater and Casper. The description of combat aftermath is very realistic; I mourned the loss of joy right along with the characters. Nevertheless, in spite of or perhaps because of the mental as well as the physical anguish they both experienced, an enduring love immerses along with a new found happiness. 

Sandrine Gasq-Dion has created an incredibly impressive thoroughly enjoyable saga. I suggest reading A Betting Man followed by A Marrying Man first.       

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