Friday, June 29, 2012


Writer: Kaje Harper
Series: Love Is Always Write
Pages: 172
Price: FREE

The plot….

Two young sailors – one a working-class artist from California, the other an upper-middle-class pharmacists from the East Coast – meet onboard the Japan-bound U.S.S. Gageway in April 1942.

This was dumb. It was stupid to get involved with someone, to care about anyone in this soul-numbing war. That was like opening yourself up to be flayed. And yet how could you help it? They were all closer than brothers, these men he fought beside.  And that one man, well, there was nothing brotherly going on there.


“…Given the choice, don’t you think they would have rather had this, what we have in this room, than died without it?”


This is my first review of a FREE read e-book and I have to tell you folks, I would have gladly paid for this one!  In one book you have a historical novel of WWII, a timeless romance, an erotic pleaser, and a damn good read.
The story starts just after the bombing of Pearl Harbor and continues through the history of a love affair that last 69 years and counting.  There are tear jerker moment, highly pleasurable sex scenes, and everything a good romance novel needs to be great.  There just aren’t enough great things I can say about this unexpectedly thrilling book.  Read with confidence because you will love it from page one on to the end.


  1. Ah, it sounds like my kind of story! I'll have to go check it out. :-)

  2. I can say with certainty, this is not only written in classic Kaje style, but it's her best work to date.