Top critical review
More Than Friends
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2021
I give this second book in the series three stars, because it's an n average read ad a military science fiction book to me. The main character, Rev continues his growth, both as an adult and as a Marine. Rev discovers, as a lot of us military types have, that our fellow warriors are more than friends, they become family. The reason is based upon what is expected of a warrior that only another one especially if they are in the same squad, section, experiencing and enduring what you are. The book is definitely written with gender equality in mind. A Marine is a Marine is a Marine. You'll see take aways from other sources of military science fiction but that's to be expected and another reason I only gave it three stars. Yes, I've already pre ordered the next book. I'm interested in what route his off duty relationships will go. Nuff said!!!!