Book Review: Disarm: The Complete Novel by June Gray

Disarm: The Complete Novel
Author: June Gray
Reading Level: Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Released: February 4th, 2014
Review Source: Berkley Trade | Penguin

June Gray's bestselling erotic serial is now available in print for the first time—as one complete novel.

When the secrets of the past begin to surface, the truth can be disarming…

Twenty-six-year-old Elsie Sherman has had a crush on her brother’s best friend, Henry Logan, since she was twelve years old. Unfortunately, Henry—now an Air Force officer—has only ever treated her like a younger sister, stepping into her brother’s shoes after he was killed in action.

That is, until the night when one dance ignites a sensual fire between the two, leaving Elsie aroused and confused. Is she allowed to lust after her surrogate big brother, who also happens to be her roommate? As the passion between them crosses the line into a territory that teases with the forbidden, Elsie decides to give herself to the man she has always desired. But Elsie is not prepared for where the relationship will take her.

Henry has been harboring two secrets. One can bring them closer together. The other will tear them apart. Now, with each startling new revelation, Elsie realizes that only she can decide if the past can ever be forgiven—and if a future with Henry is worth fighting for.

Includes a never-before-published bonus short story.

Having a military life is not an easy life, for both serving member and family. I can only take glimpse of the life of these individual through some of my friends. I know how worried they are when their love ones are away. How tough they need to portrait for the young ones. I know how incredibly strong one they are.

Disarm The Complete Series is a combination of novellas that is very personal to the author. See June Gray is a military wife. And before starting this review, I would like to thank her and everyone out there for fighting for our freedom.

Six novellas put together making one amazing love story. This is fairly a friends-to-lover kind of story. And how wouldn’t want this?

At a young age Elise has consider Henry to be the One. She was convinced that she would marry him. As the years passed, realization struck her. Henry will always see her as her brother’s best friend’s little sister. One night, as they dance, their attraction with one another unleashed. This is the night that changed everything. Within days, Henry tells Elise the truth. His feelings are mutual. This is when their journey begins as Henry starts his rounds at the Air Force.

I love these two. Sharing an apartment that was meant for her brother to share as well but with his death, they stay alone together. I love how sorrow brought them together, as friends and lovers. They become close by sharing their pain. I love Henry. He puts this tough façade but in reality he is this big warm loveable person. We see how he breaks yet comes back to her many times.

This is a roller coaster, heartwarming-heartbreaking ride. Your heart will hurt from reading this story. I recommend everyone to read this book, especially those that love reading sad but happy endings. Thank you, June, for sharing this lovely story. And thank you to all those who have served, are serving, and/or will serve

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