I’ve been in a bit of a reading slump lately so there haven’t been many books read this week. But, it’s Friday and we have to read something, haven’t we? So I did what I often do when I can’t pick a book—I go to Amazon and browse the short fiction lists. Today, I looked at the one-hour-reads, and there I found Until We Meet Once More by Josh Lanyon.
Now I know that the world is filled with raving Lanyon fans. I’m not one of them. Don’t get me wrong, I like her books just fine, but I’ve only read a few and I’m not one to stand in line to click the pre-order button. That being said, sometimes it’s nice to get something you know will be good—because Lanyon is good, she’s very skilled. So for the amazing price of 0.00 Swedish crowns (which amazingly is the same as 0.00 £, 0.00 €, and 0.00 $) I got a story about an Army Ranger and a Navy SEAL getting a second chance.
Nothing cracks Army Ranger “Stone Man” Vic Black’s granite front. A mission to retrieve an injured Navy SEAL from the treacherous mountains of Afghanistan is all in a day’s work — until he learns the missing SEAL is his former lover. This time it’s personal.
Publisher’s Note: This short story was previously published in the “Because of the Brave” anthology.