Friday, October 30, 2015

Review for Uncovering Peace – Military Love Vol. 2 by Steffy Rogers

Uncovering Peace – Military Love Vol. 2 
by: Steffy Rogers 
Release Date: October 17th 2015

Cover Models: 


Cover design:
 Kari Ayasha 

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Just one more cut. Just one more drop. 

Faith Livingston has only ever known pain. With a past that she tries to keep hidden, she has a hard time trusting or loving anybody. That is until she meets Seth Jacobs. After sharing one night together, he walks away from her. She tucks her feelings for him away but soon realizes he is all she ever wanted. 

There’s just one tiny problem. He married. 

Seth Jacobs has been unhappily married for five years but guilt forces him to stay with Krystal. When Faith steps into his life, his world is turned upside down and though he knows he can’t have her, thoughts of her consume him. 

Will true love find its way to them? Will they withstand the trials thrown at them? Or will they realize that sometimes love just isn’t enough? 


 “I’ve thought about this the entire time we weren’t together. The night we first slept together I memorized how it felt having you in my arms. I thought I’d never have the chance again. 
Yet here I am, holding the girl of my dreams. I don’t know how I can ever make up to you what I did, but I promise you I’ll try. I’m not going anywhere.” 

“I think we’re even, Seth. I haven’t been much better. I was such a bitch and selfish. What matters is that we’re together now. I’m not gonna lie. I’m still scared. What I feel for you, I can’t even describe it in words. I’ve never felt anything like it before. That’s why I ran. I was overwhelmed by these all-consuming feelings. I’m not strong enough to stay away from you though. I need you like a junkie needs his next fix. You are my drug, Seth.” 

“Drug, huh? Well you’re my favorite addiction as well. I get drunk off your kisses and I don’t ever want that feeling to go away. No matter what, I’m here. I’m not going anywhere. You’re stuck with me, whether you like it or not.” 

“I like that very much actually.” 

“Goodnight, Peach. I love you.” I smile at his endearment. It’s the first time he’s ever called me that and I have to admit I like it. 

“What’s up with the nickname?” I’m curious. 

“Every time I kiss you I’m reminded of peaches. You taste like them. And you live in Georgia. It’s perfect.” 

“I love it.” I smile at him. 

Exhaustion takes over and I snuggle closer to Seth. His arms and legs are wrapped around me holding me tight. He’s just as afraid of me running as I am of him leaving. I feel it in the way he holds me. It’s gonna take some time to convince him that I’m here to stay.

Uncovering Peace is book two in the Military Love series.  It can be read as a standalone.    This is Seth and Faith's story.    
Seth is in a marriage that he's not happy with.  He's in the process of getting a divorce from Krystal.  He likes Faith and is determined to fight for her.  Faith has had an awful childhood and is pretty closed off.  Not many people know of her past.   Reading about her pass is heart wrenching.  Seth is a great guy and stands by hr through everything.   Seth has things to deal with too but their love is a strong one.  
Uncovering Peace touches on some sensitive subjects but it's done it a great way where you are filled with  emotions but not are totally discussed.  
4 Amazeballs Stars!!!


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Steffy Rogers is a self-professed bookaholic who is fluent in English, German and Sarcasm. When she isn't working or going to school she spends her free time writing. She makes a home in a very small town in Georgia with her dog Karma. However, her heart belongs in Germany, where she lived for 20 years before returning to the USA. Though her memories of Germany are blurry due to the delicious beer, she knows one day she will return home for good.

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