Publication Date: June 23, 2015
Publisher: ZoYo Press
Page Count: 161 pages
Source: Free on Kindle
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Navy SEAL Miles Dumbrowski is on his way back to war. He isn’t supposed to fall in love.
Piper Harrington left San Diego behind, looking for adventure in Europe. The no-strings, easy-breezy kind of adventure.
Now her heart is headed to the Middle East with a man she won’t see for months. But Miles seems intent on proving he's worth the wait for that second date.
I started reading this series right in the middle. That didn't really matter since each story can be read as a stand alone. I had no problem diving right in and enjoying this book.
Fall Deep was a military romance that dealt with deployment and long separations. Heavy subjects, but I liked the way they were handled. The forced separation between Piper and Miles made them communicate and support each other long distance, and I liked they were able to get to know each other in a non-traditional way. The story lacked action, but that didn't really bother me too much. There was also insta-lust, but I almost expected it since this is such a short book. This was a quick read that was sweet and romantic with a HEA. I'm looking forward to reading more of this series.