Going Overboard by L.A. Witt
(Anchor Point) (Volume 5)

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Works well as a stand-alone novel, although the appearance of characters from prior books in the series will please fans. A solid tale set in a sharply drawn military milieu.
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Second-class petty officers Dalton Taylor and Chris Ingram have been best friends since coxswain’s school. Now they’re stationed together in the harbor patrol unit of NAS Adams. They’re content as friends, but secretly, they both ache for more. Neither makes a move, though; while Dalton is out and proud, Chris is closeted—even from his best friend.

Then another coxswain’s negligence nearly drowns Dalton. After a taste of how easily they could lose each other, neither man can keep his feelings hidden anymore, and it turns out love and sex come easy when you’re falling for your best friend.

Things aren’t just heating up between the friends-turned-lovers, though. The Navy is investigating the accident, and the harbor patrol chief isn’t going to let his star coxswain go down for dereliction of duty, even if saving him means throwing Dalton under the bus.

As the threats and gaslighting pile up, Chris and Dalton need each other more than ever—as shipmates, friends, and lovers. But if their chief prevails, the only way they can save their careers is to let each other go.

 

About L.A. Witt

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L. A. Witt divides her time between writing dirty romances and generally causing mischief and mayhem on Okinawa, where her husband is currently stationed. She and her husband are avid photographers, travelers, and troublemakers, not to mention humble servants to a pair of smug, bratty cats. Nine-tenths of the Law is her fourth published title.
 
Published February 3, 2018 by Riptide Publishing. 259 pages
Genres: Romance, War. Fiction
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on Jan 23 2018

Works well as a stand-alone novel, although the appearance of characters from prior books in the series will please fans. A solid tale set in a sharply drawn military milieu.

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