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Book Review: Kit and Ivy: A Red Team Wedding Novella (Red Team 3.5)
Publication Date:March 15, 2014
Special New Release Sale Price of $1.99 Through 3/22/2014!
After 3/22/2014, List Price Will Be $2.99
Ex-spec ops solider Kit Bolanger tried hard to forget Ivy Banks, the only woman he ever loved. When his work brought him back to his hometown, and he learned she was still single, he pursued her with a relentless focus. Now, in just a few weeks, they're set to lock things down permanently on their big day.
With the wedding looming, Ivy's working tirelessly to create the perfect menu and orchestrate their dream wedding. However, Kit has one last secret to reveal--and it might just be a deal breaker. Will Ivy see the truth behind Kit's actions? Or will she call the whole thing off, this time for good?
Ages: 18 & up (story contains sex and profanity)
Length: 26K words (approximately 100 pages)
File Size: 237 KB
Print Length: 94 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Elaine Levine (March 15, 2014)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Review: I've been waiting months for this. I was so thrilled when I got the update in my inbox that it was available and at a special price for a limited time. I went right to grab it. I did take two days to read it, even though it wasn't a full length novel. Why? Because I didn't want to see it end. I'm rarely so attached to the characters in a book. But Ms. Levine wraps me up each time. You feel like you know each one, their struggles... I do hate to have any of the books end. For the record, I have read the first three full novels in this series. Although they could each stand alone, I really do advise reading them in order. Then you get to really know the characters. Anyway, it was time for Kit and Ivy to get married. The reunion with her parents made it emotional as did the fact that Kit knew Ivy really needed this - even though she didn't know it. I've always loved strong men, and sometimes you just have to let them take over. What I didn't like (which usually never comes out of my mouth on a Red Team book) is Kit crying. I guess I'm too old school in thought to have men shedding any wetness onto their face. Of course, I also have to take this moment and pout about Owen. Please ANYONE bu Selena lol. (Nevermind that I've fully volunteered myself for the position lol.) In the end, this is another MUST read from Ms. Levine.