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The Teacher and the Soldier - R.J. Scott
The Teacher and the Soldier
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on BookLikes: MM Romance Writer RJ Scott
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Ellery Mountain:Ellery Mountain—a series of books set in the town of Ellery in the Smoky Mountains and based around the Ellery Mountain Fridays. Finn, Daniel and Kieran meet up every Friday and have something in common—they are all navigating the barren landscape of being gay in a small town.... show more
Ellery Mountain:Ellery Mountain—a series of books set in the town of Ellery in the Smoky Mountains and based around the Ellery Mountain Fridays. Finn, Daniel and Kieran meet up every Friday and have something in common—they are all navigating the barren landscape of being gay in a small town. These are the stories of Finn the cop, Daniel the ex-marine, and Kieran who hasn’t quite settled on anything in particular and the men who come into their lives in the strangest ways.The Teacher and the Soldier by RJ ScottBook two in the Ellery Mountain SeriesIf you loved Six Ways from Sunday by Mercy Celeste and The Farmer's Son by G. A. Hauser, Stacey Rhodes, Arlen Schumer, Dennis Dean then you will not be able to put down this absolute treat!Ex-soldier, Daniel Skylar, falls hard and heavy for school teacher Luke Fitzgerald. How can he make him stay in Ellery?Luke Fitzgerald left Ellery Mountain for college and vowed never to come back. When his father is murdered he has no choice but to return. Luke only goes home to sell off his share of the Ellery Mountain Cabins, but everything changes when he meets the son of the other owner. Daniel Skylar is an ex-soldier who lives every day to the limit and sees a future in Luke.It doesn’t matter what Daniel says, or how much he needs Luke; Luke isn’t staying once everything is sold off. Surely Daniel can understand that?RJ ScottAbout the Author: RJ Scott has been writing since age six, when she was made to stay in at lunchtime for an infraction involving cookies. She was told to write a story and two sides of paper about a trapped princess later, a lover of writing was born.She can mostly be found reading — anything from thrillers to sci-fi to horror. However, her first real love will always be the world of romance. When writing her goal is to write stories with a heart of romance, a troubled road to reach happiness, and more than a hint of happily ever after.
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781781842836
Publisher: Total-E-Bound
Pages no: 99
Edition language: English
Series: Ellery Mountain (#2)
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MerissaArchaeolibrarian
MerissaArchaeolibrarian rated it
4.0 REVIEW BY MERISSA - The Teacher and the Soldier (Ellery Mountain #2) by R.J. Scott
The Teacher & The Soldier is the second in the Ellery Mountain series, and immediately isn't as 'funny' as book one. This is because it is dealing with a serious subject in PTSD! Whilst the story mentions this, it doesn't take over the story of Daniel and Luke, but rather helps to emphasise why peop...
B3 - Brooklyn's Book Bites
B3 - Brooklyn's Book Bites rated it
3.0 The Teacher and the Soldier
As with book one, this one needs a thorough proofreading. But I liked the story. I'm a bit on the fence on whether the length of the story is enough. It is and I feel the stories are complete, yet at the same time, I wish there was just a bit more. Again, the insta-love in this series is a bit chees...
SheReadsALot...seriously.
SheReadsALot...seriously. rated it
4.0 The Teacher and the Soldier
I love a good number of themes in my romance and this book has a favorite of mine: damaged hero a la PTSD abuse survivor Luke. For less than 100 pages I know not to expect major depth but this story is pretty solid.It delivered enough FEELS without making me curl up in a ball, begging for hugs like ...
Lillian Francis
Lillian Francis rated it
I have a feeling things aren't over for these two, they have some serious issues to sort out.The book had a few errors that hadn't been caught by the proof readers and at least one instance where names got switched.Plan to buy book three once my self imposed book buying embargo is over.
Because Two Men Are Better Than One!
Because Two Men Are Better Than One! rated it
4.0
Apart from the book finishing at the 85% mark in the ebook version (which is really disappointing when you think you have a bit more to enjoy), I really liked the story. This series just has a real feel-good vibe about it. All the characters are lovely and there is a happy ending - very easy reading...
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