I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Annabeth Albert
Released: April 16, 2018
Series: Out of Uniform #5
Published by Carina Press
“SQUARED AWAY packs an emotional punch.”
~ Under the Covers
I’ve only read one book in this series so I went into this one a bit scared because I like reading in order and I have every plan of reading the books I’ve missed here. But even if I’ve maybe missed the mention of these characters before, I was still able to enjoy this as a standalone which I can appreciate.
SQUARED AWAY packs an emotional punch. The situations both of these characters find themselves in are not easy and I think the author did a great job at bringing us in on that journey with them. As they adapt to their new lives, to their heartache, and to their feelings for each other. As they discovered who the other person really is.
I really enjoyed this romance because it is very character focused and I loved both characters. There was almost an innocence about parts of this story that I really liked. But it could feel slow at times as well which is why I’m not rating this higher. Overall, it’s a nice enjoyable read and it’s definitely left me wanting more from this author and this world.
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