From the beginning of the book, I found Jill to be a very sympathetic character. Her husband controlled every element of her life, and made her dependent on him for everything. There were a lot of times in the story when I wanted to slap Jack â her husband. Watching Jill's transformation from the beginning of the book to the end was one of my favorite aspects of the story line, and she was a character that I found easy to cheer for. On the other hand, there were times when, as a reader, I found myself thinking she could have been a little more forthcoming about certain things, but knowing what I knew, I think I can understand her hesitance.
Rowan, a soldier at The Program, was facing handicaps of his own. He was born without one arm, and initially, the two are a little distant, with neither one sure they're actually right for one another. Over time, a relationship develops between the two of them, and things do eventually heat up. Once that happened, I thought they made a great couple. I also liked a lot of the secondary characters, and Xander in particular, along with Chase.
This is a book I'd recommend to those who enjoy contemporary/military romance. My rating is 4/5 platypires.