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On his first day teaching math at a community college, Chris Reuben gets an unexpected and unwelcome blast from the past: one of his students is his former shipmate...and ex-boyfriend.
Justin Hayes isn't looking for a second chance when he signs up for his ex's algebra class. All he wants is a passing grade and maybe a shot at mending fences with the man he loved - and hurt - while they were deployed three years ago.
Pain, guilt, and bitterness aren't the only lingering feelings, though, and even if three years is enough to melt the ice between them, they've already put their careers on the line for each other once. Can Justin convince Chris that what they had is worth risking their careers and hearts again?
©2011, 2013, 2016 Lori Witt/L.A. Witt (P)2017 Lori Witt/L.A. Witt
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2 out of 5 stars
By Ben on 12-26-17

Ruined by narration

While nowhere near her best work, this story might have been OK but it was ruined by terrible narration. Actually it doesn't qualify as narration but rather a reading that lacked fluency, tone, mispronounced countless words and didn't even attempt characterisation

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3 out of 5 stars
By Ulyana on 04-20-17

not bad ....

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L.A. Witt managed to pack quite a bit of emotion, angst and hot sex into this quick story.The story is told in alternating view points with flashbacks to their initial relationship. I felt Chris forgave far too easily.
This story has the same issues that I have with a lot of Witt's stories and that's arguments repeating themselves: characters bringing up the same points two or three or more times, no one really hearing it, and then everything just kind of works itself out somehow. I don't really want to read the same argument over and over again. This could've easily been five pages shorter if those had been cut out or lessened.
The ending felt rushed, unexplained. I wanted to know what happens going forward, how things panned out but it just stopped.

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