The idea of Dress Blues comes from wanting to contribute and support our military, Seven authors came together to honor the service and sacrifices of our military in this military romance anthology for charity.
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Ember-Raine Winters: www.facebook.com/authoremberrainewinters/
Faith Ryan: https://www.facebook.com/authorfaithryan
Tiffany Carby: https://www.facebook.com/tiffanycarbyauthor
Shannon Nemechek: https://www.facebook.com/srnemechek
Maggie Adams: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006716025147
Lynzie Allen: https://www.facebook.com/lynziegrey
It seems fitting to post my review of this Anthology on Memorial Day. Writing reviews for anthologies is always hard, because you’ve got several short stories in one book; some you love, some not so much. You have to put a lot of work into writing a review, and not giving anything away, and now the books are shorter, making it even harder!
This anthology was harder to write the review for. It was filled with short stories of soldiers, some dealing with injuries in battle, others dealing with the loss of limbs and the lives of their brothers. There’s also a huge trigger in here, because one of the stories features the female point of view in the army. And some of the consequences being female in the military can be.
I love all of the stories told in this anthology, even the one that gave me a tease of a future book instead of giving me all of it. I loved the uniqueness of every story, every character, every experience. Basically, the love stories in this, the stories of healing that are included in this anthology, are worth the price and with the read. Plus, the proceeds are going to help the veterans, by being donated to charity.
So read the stories by these seven amazing authors about couples and people that are struggling after trauma to make it through to the next day. Read about some amazing romances (Manny is so swoon worthy!) and see how some guys (TinMan!) are a little stalkerish. See how these authors will have you begging for more!
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Sounds like an absolute delight. 😊