Series: Wounded Sons Series
Author: Leah Sharelle
Genre: Military Romance
Release Date: April 25, 2020
Marshall ‘Grill’ Webber grew up without a father. His mother died when he was only six years old, leaving him to be raised by his aunt.
Not knowing who his father was and watching his mother slowly give up on life, shaped him into the man he was today: a proud soldier, a more than competent sniper and a fiercely loyal member of Team FIVE. Grill went about living life the best he could with his mates, and the family he’d found in the Wounded Souls. Life was pretty darn good, until a mercy mission to help with the worst bushfires in Australia’s history led him to a night with a gorgeous brunette, a night he would never forget.
Adeline Welham was a loner; she believed her life was better that way, loving people wasn’t something she knew how to do.
Volunteering to help burnt and injured animals was her duty and she proudly did anything she could to help. One night she offered herself to a sexy soldier with deep chocolate eyes and an even deeper voice. It was only meant to be one night, who knew it would follow her home and turn her quiet life upside down?
Two people, both stubborn, both looking for something to make them feel complete. The only thing was, could it be the same thing?
Rating: 4.5 stars
Leah Sharelle is a new-to-me author and I really enjoyed reading Grill. Marshall “Grill” Webber is an Australian SF soldier and part of the Wounded Souls. Grill’s outlook on life concerning family is based on the fact that he lost his mother, didn’t have his father, and was raised by his aunt. Outside of his fellow soldiers, he only has superficial contact.
Until he meets Adeline Welham, a veterinarian embedded with the soldiers. Addy has even more baggage than Grill. She was given away as a baby, growing up in foster care. Because of this, she feels unworthy and unloveable, never allowing anyone in on a deep level.
Grill and Addy have the proverbial one-night-stand and wouldn’t you know the condom breaks. Fate steps in and Grill and Addy are no longer alone. Their journey starts off with Addy taking off on Grill, his teammate finding her, and then they had to decide what would happen between them. For two people determined to be alone, I could feel them desperately reaching out to the other.
I give Grill 4.5 stars and recommend it to anyone who loves a good HEA.
I love the idea of being in love. Since my early teens when I first discovered Silhouette Desire novels my life has been all about reading. I would find myself re-writing scenes if I wasn’t happy with them and hiding them under my bed. That led me to writing love stories of my own. They all ended up under the bed and are still there, and there they will stay. I don’t do angst, in fact it drives me crazy.
I am a mum of three beautiful girls, Australian, and have what most say is a weird sense of humor.
I spend my free time doing movie, Sons of Anarchy, and Friends marathons. And reading.
I love Pina Colada’s and getting caught in the rain….. there’s that weird humor.