Finding You, Finding Me

  • Title: Finding You, Finding Me
  • Author: Bailey Queen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Finding You Finding Me A M M WW RomanceYou re not supposed to find love in the middle of a war and definitely not with someone in your same company Corporal Henry Iverson is nd Platoon s Doc He loves his job even if the
    A M M WW2 RomanceYou re not supposed to find love in the middle of a war, and definitely not with someone in your same company Corporal Henry Iverson is 2nd Platoon s Doc He loves his job, even if the guys don t quite love him back Uneasy with the company queer , Henry is on the outs of everything, except when they need his help He s used to being lonely, though, andA M M WW2 RomanceYou re not supposed to find love in the middle of a war, and definitely not with someone in your same company Corporal Henry Iverson is 2nd Platoon s Doc He loves his job, even if the guys don t quite love him back Uneasy with the company queer , Henry is on the outs of everything, except when they need his help He s used to being lonely, though, and he s got the tough skin to prove it Private Will Rollins joined the Army to get away from everything and everyone, but most especially from himself 5000 miles away, about to leap out of a plane over Utah Beach on D Day, Will knows he s missing something in his life, but he told himself he wouldn t think about that Not ever again When the jump doesn t go as planned, and Henry finds Will a man he barely knows from another platoon injured behind enemy lines, it s up to him to get Will to safety, despite the raging war and Will s sudden amnesia and Will s out of seeming nowhere searing attraction to Henry The war doesn t stop for two men, though, not for a moment Stuck between endless battles and a world that shuns their form of love, Will and Henry must fight to survive the war and fight for each other, though everything stands in their way 43,000 words, 170 pages This story contains M M romance, including explicit sexual situations, and is intended for readers over the age of 18.

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    About Bailey Queen


    1. Bailey Queen is the pseudo name of a romance and erotica author It s my secret identity in the publishing world online Bailey Queen is a romance author who has been writing fiction since 2001 She s recently started writing under this pseudo name and is having a great time doing so She writes adventure, mystery, thriller, sci fi, and fantasy, all with a LGBTQA angle She likes to challenge conventions and provide readers with interesting characters and storylines Bailey has lived around the world, and she loves to put places she s lived traveled into her stories Find Bailey on Facebook Search for Bailey Queen same profile pic


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    1. This is the perfect example how things that start out meh can turn into something utterly marvelous. When I read that Kleypas-y beginning I felt like rolling my eyes six ways to sunday. I thought this was going to become my next big mistake. Only it wasn’t.Yes, I’m pretty lame myself, choosing a book with a guy with retrograde amnesia. I plead guilty. The plot says it all: simple, obvious and straight to the point. The character is in a situation of vulnerability and lacking all the social a [...]

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    2. I'm such a space-head!How did I not see that it is totally a "Band of Brothers" m/m fanfic when I read it the first time??I'm a Band of Brothers huge fan! No wonder I adored this book.I thought about it often, and I just *needed* to read it again.How on earth does this book have only 8 ratings and 4 reviews is a HUGE mystery to me!!Book, to me you are perfect!!!

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    3. I love this story. I don't read historicals normally, especially those about war, but this book drew me in and didn't let me go. I've read it a few times, and every single time, I cry.

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    4. It would have more stars if I could give them. I was completely immersed in this story from the beginning. I don't usually read historicals from the 20th century but Bailey's other M/M book, "Compromised" was so good, I decided to try this one. So glad I did. I felt every moment of the story; the horrors of the war, the determination and brotherhood of the soldiers, the sound of bullets and bombs and overall the love and commitment between Will and Henry. So well researched and so well written. [...]

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    5. I will preface this by saying I was worried this would read a lot like a Band of Brothers fanfic. It didn't for the most part, and then the few times it did, I was totally okay with it.I really loved our leads but at the same time I also enjoyed the side characters- especially Giordano. Will and Henry were great together. And I love the friendships they formed with the other guys as well. Again, mostly Giordano but there were a few others that got to shine for a bit.Best thing about this story? [...]

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    6. Holding My Breath All The WayWhat a heart-rendering, heart-in-mouth and breathtaking ride this is. I am becoming more familiar with, and appreciative of, MM romances in WWII, a subject I avoided for a long time because I was born in the year before it ended and there are too many memories. Lately, however, some of the best MM romances I've read are from that war, and this one is at the top of the list.Short, swiftly to the point, and heartbreakingly accurate every step of the way, this one is in [...]

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