Water of Life

Water of Life was an awesome read. I loved the action and the stories. If you want an action-packed story with suspense thrown in then this is the book for you. It was written extremely well. Since the world was constructed so well, everything that happened felt like it was possible. It all made sense. The storyline flowed well throughout the story with no contradictions. With the new technology that was added in, I was never lost or confused. The characters were awesome and well written. Grace and Jackson have chemistry from the very beginning and the way they interact was great. I loved it. I was rooting for them the entire time. I was drawn in from the beginning and never wanted to put the book down, even when I got to the last page.

The sex was fairly explicit but not overly frequent; there wasn't a lot of time for it. The emotions were engaged from the very beginning and grew throughout the book. I really enjoyed when they finally got together because of everything that was going against them. I fell in love with the world and the characters. I can't wait for more.


Book Blurb for Water of Life

Gracen Ellison had settled into a very comfortable, and on the surface, 'by-the-book' routine as a doctor with the American Federation's Elite Medical Corps. They were unaware, though, that routine consisted of illicitly lusting after one the Navy’s top Special Forces operative.

Master Chief Jackson Monroe lost more than just his leg in an assignment gone to hell; he lost the privilege to lead his team. After a year of grueling rehab, he's proven that even with his prosthetic, he’s still able to lead his men on the field. Unfortunately, the Navy doesn’t see it that way. Instead of settling for sitting behind a desk, Jackson plans to opt out of the Navy. On the night of his retirement, however, he’s pulled back in for one last mission: protecting Gracen as they head into a warzone.

Soon they find themselves with their helicopter on the ground and facing an existence that leaves Gracen and Jackson more than human as they’re thrown against an enemy they had little idea even existed.


Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2012 4.50