The Marine’s Queen (Recon Marines, #1) by Susan Kelley Review

Review:

The Marine's Queen - Susan Kelley

Queen Callie Adell’s enemies want her for the secret elixir only her bloodline can produce. She flees an abduction attempt and lands in the arms of the most feared military man in the universe. Recon Marine Captain Joe, a genetically enhanced soldier, knows little of civilian life or of women. But his body knows what it wants from Callie even if his mind suffers mostly confusion in her presence.

Joe’s sense of honor and duty demands he protect the queen even if she can never overlook his unnatural origins and love him as a man. But neither of them can ever be safe if Callie doesn’t protect Joe from those who want to destroy him as much as her enemies wish to capture her. Only if she can civilize her marine will the world accept him as more than a living weapon. But can Callie convince Joe that he’s a man first, her man, and a marine second?

 

 

Review

 

I like the survival aspect of this romance. The hero is wonderful. The heroine… not so much. She waffles so very much. She goes back to her prejudice point of view constantly treating the hero as less than human.

 

The plot is interesting enough but it is drawn out and not balenced with the romance as much as it should be.

 

So, not a great read for me.

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