ISBN# 13: 978-1-59279-679-3
Amber Quill Press
Nostalgic Contemporary (1960s-era)/Exhibitionism/Public Places Heat
Rating: 4 Cups
Joe Marcellino hates the stares he receives after his Vietnam War injury. He feels no woman will ever wish for a cripple, but that was before she entered his life.
Sunny McCafferty plans to be a part of the 1968 Democratic Convention anti-war protest. She never planned to get involved with any man in uniform but one look at the wounded vet and her heart stops.
Joe feels his war injured bum leg will cause him never to please a woman again. His girlfriend, Darlene proved that when she sent him a Dear John letter while he was lying in a hospital bed. Instead, she had her sights on an airline pilot. Sunny believes the war is a lost cause after seeing too many return in body bags. The wounded vet she sees on the train is lucky to even be returning with only a bad leg. There is something about Joe that intrigues her but she must continue her trip to Chicago for the anti-war protests. After their first dinner the two are unable to fight the heated attraction but after Joe hears her future plans to attend the protest, he wonders can he change her heart for something much more meaningful?
Good Vibrations is one awesome read. From the beginning, this page-turner hooks the reader and does not let go, exhibiting the deep restless emotions of Joe and Sunny. I was captivated by the movement of the storyline in the way Lyndi Lamont relays a story that flows smoothly and engages, while developing the desire of these two remarkable characters. Joe and Sunny’s actions begin like a percolator starting out slowly then intensifying as the brew only becomes stronger with some scorching effects.
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