Turbulence by Lyn Gala

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As you can see by now, I thought that overall this was a really good book, but I was taken aback by the ending. It was unexpected...which in some ways is a great thing, because I like it when a story takes me to the unpredictable places. However, it also left me a little depressed.
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Corporal Jacqs Glebov is a simple soldier who wants a bunk, decent food, and the company of other battle-hardened men and women who understand the realities of fighting. Instead, he’s stuck patrolling a remote corner of the border with cadets straight out of boot camp. They don’t understand him, and he sure doesn’t have an ounce of respect for them.

After a field promotion, Commander Zeke Waters is sent to the Candiru for some practical experience in a leadership role. Instead, Zeke falls in lust with the adamantly heterosexual Jacqs. The way Jacqs fights and the way he sees the world draws Zeke closer, even if common sense tells him to walk away.

Even if they can find a way to find to reconcile their sexual differences, they are both still soldiers. The war will eventually take them away from each other unless they can find a way to escape the rules that have defined their lives.
 

About Lyn Gala

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Lynsey "Lyn" Gala started writing in the back of her science notebook in third grade and hasn't stopped since. Westerns starring men with shady pasts gave way to science fiction with questionable protagonists, which eventually became any story with a morally ambiguous character. Even the purest heroes have pain and loss and darkness in their hearts, and that's where she likes to find her stories. Her characters seek to better themselves and find the happy (or happier) ending. When she isn't writing, Lyn Gala teaches history in a small town in New Mexico. Her favorite spot to write is a flat rock under a wide tree on the edge of the open desert where her dog can terrorize local wildlife. Writing in a wide range of genres, she often gravitates back to adventure and BDSM, stories about men in search of true love and a way to bring some criminal to justice -- unless they happen to be the criminal.
 
Published October 21, 2013 by Loose Id LLC. 343 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Sirius on Dec 13 2013

As you can see by now, I thought that overall this was a really good book, but I was taken aback by the ending. It was unexpected...which in some ways is a great thing, because I like it when a story takes me to the unpredictable places. However, it also left me a little depressed.

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