And it was supposed to be a standalone, but the sequel just came out and I’ve been told NOT to read the blurb (spoilers!!) but… it was too late. I already had. I didn’t know they were a duet, and I read the blurb for #2 and FREAKED OUT!! And now I’m dying to read it even more.
Michele G: I’ve been waiting for One Year Home since I read Five Years Gone by Marie Force. …You definitely need to read book one first and don’t read the description for book 2 or it may ruin the outcome of book one for you…fyi!
Leslie M: I didn’t realize Five Years Gone was a series. I recently got that one on audio. Is it going to rip my heart out??
Michele G: Wellllll…there is a strong possibility.
Maryse: I’m thinking romance-angst wise… yes. 😉 I have a feeling it’s a love triangle of sorts. Because he’s been gone so long.
Sara: Loved book1❣️ just started #2. Marie Force is always great💘
Mind you, I now wish I didn’t know what #2 is about so I could guess and pine and stress the whole way through, but knowing what I *think* I know from the synopsis just makes me SURE this “duet” is going to tear my heart out anyway!!! YAY ME!!!
About book #1:
I knew on the day of the attack that our lives were changed forever. What I didn’t know then was that I’d never see John again after he deployed. One day he was living with me, sleeping next to me, making plans with me. The next day he was gone.
That was five years ago. The world has moved on from that awful day, but I’m stuck in my own personal hell, waiting for a man who may be dead for all I know. At my sister’s wedding, I meet Eric, the brother of the groom, and my heart comes alive once again.
The world is riveted by the capture of the terrorist mastermind, brought down by U.S. Special Forces in a daring raid.
Now I am trapped between hoping I’ll hear from John and fearing what’ll become of my new life with Eric if I do.