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Conduct Unbecoming (Anglais) Broché – 3 décembre 2013

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As long as no one asks and they don’t tell…

First class petty officer Eric Randall is less than thrilled about taking orders to Okinawa. Three long, lonely years on a crappy island that’s thousands of miles from his daughter? Oh. Yeah. Sign him up. But as long as he’s stuck here, he might as well make the best of it, so he discreetly checks out the local gay scene.

Shane nearly drops his drink when the gorgeous, cocky-looking guy strolls into Palace Habu. He buys him a drink, and before long, they’re making out in a booth. Eric is a straight-to-the-point kind of guy and doesn’t want to play games. Since Eric’s idea of not playing games is getting the hell out of there and going back to one of their apartments, Shane is more than happy to go along with it.

What starts as a scorching-hot one-night stand leaves both of them wanting more…until Eric finds out Shane doesn’t just outrank him, he’s an officer. Dadt may be repealed, but an officer getting involved with an enlisted man falls under conduct unbecoming.

Still, they can’t resist their mutual desire. There’s no reason anyone has to find out. But secrets have a way of outing themselves.

Warning: Contains two military boys who keep forgetting they’re not supposed to be together. Probably because they never have their uniforms on for any length of time…

Biographie de l'auteur

L.A. Witt is a M/M erotica writer who, after three years in Okinawa, Japan, has recently relocated to Omaha, Nebraska, with her husband, two cats, and a three-headed clairvoyant parakeet named Fred. L.A. loves to hear from readers and can be contacted at her website: http://www.loriawitt.com, or via thethinker42@gmail.com.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Conduct Unbecoming is Fan-Freaking-Tastic! 25 octobre 2012
Par Kazza - On Top Down Under Book Reviews - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Here are some main points that I feel may help in your decision to purchase Conduct Unbecoming.

Well written words. Great dialogue. Two points of view, no misunderstadings on how anyone felt. If you want it there is meaning and passion behind L A Witt's words

Lots of time given to Eric and Shane. Great lead in to let you know how difficult it is moving away from family

How hard it is to be deployed overseas



Nice, realistic relationship building with no instant declarations of love. You learn how they fall for each other, you are not just thrown a bone of - "oh, hey, they're in love, consider yourself told, deal with it."They have many things in common including children from previous marriages, all of which is explained.

Great protagonists

Tremendous backdrop of and detail given to Okinawa

DADT may not be in force anymore but being gay in the services is not good for your career. That is true.

DO NOT be in love with an enlisted man if you are an officer or vice versa

I wanted these guys to get a good ending

Did I day sexy, I know I did, but I had to go there again

If you like 'em alpha, yet flexible, sexy, yet romantic, if you like scorching kissing, the cover does NOT lie, then go for it and read Conduct Unbecoming

If you are looking for short and shallow then you'll be disappointed. This is anything but.

My favourite L A Witt book so far

I wish you good reading!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Just A Trravelogue 4 août 2013
Par Alan Arthur Katz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
L. A. Witt is normally one of my favorite authors. Not this time.

Unlike her other work, this one was almost staggeringly dull. The usual sex scenes (though uninspired and a lot less than hot here) interrupted, primarily, by endlessly detailed travelogues. We get it, Ms. Witt, you know Okinawa. But really, endless chapters on the goods in the shopping districts, visits to all kinds of temples and memorials, and even two surprisingly dull snorkeling outings that were little more than a list of the fish and other sea creatures encountered.

I read the whole book, because I was hoping for something dramatic, or surprising, or exciting, but was left with nothing even interesting.

Let's face it, a book about gays in the military used to be dramatic until DADT was repealed. This book's only conflict was that one of the MCs was an officer, and one an enlisted man, both risking their 20-year-pensions by being together, despite the fact that both had failed their children miserably, by being absentee parents for years-on-end all over the world, courtesy of the Navy.

Pardon the pun, but this one just didn't float my boat...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Navy Men on Okinawa and in Lust and Love and Trouble 22 août 2014
Par Bo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is a highly unusual and extremely passionate story of two Navy personnel, one an officer (Shane Connelly) and the other a career enlisted man (Eric Randall), who are assigned to different installments in Okinawa but set off an explosive romance when happenstance throws them together in one of the island's more popular gay bars.

That meeting leads to a series of secret passionate encounters and life-sharing experiences (both are divorced but for completely different reasons)--until they find out that Shane is an officer and Eric is not, which means they have to be triple careful or break up.

Author Witt must have spent a lot of time in Okinawa because she brings it alive beautifully on every single page. She also nurtures Shane and Eric through an extremely dicey and career-threatening series of events without for one minute leaving us in doubt that these two men are risking it all because they love each other.

One of the best of its genre out there, don't miss it.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 If I wanted a travelogue, I would have bought one 16 avril 2017
Par T E - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I wanted to like this more than I did. The main characters were funny and the chemistry was pretty good, but the neverending tourist trip through Okinawa was mind numbing. I skimmed through numerous pages just to get past all the blah blah blah marketplace and yadda yadda yadda castles. The conflict was sprinkled sparingly throughout the book, none of which was surprising or nail biting. Problems were quickly solved or just brushed aside with a "this could be bad, but I can't quit you" brush. All in all, the book wasn't terrible, but if you're looking for something that hits you in the feels, this isn't it. However, if you've always wanted to visit Okinawa and will never have the chance, settle in and enjoy the ride. Ms. Witt wrote this book just for you.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Book Review by Caroline 30 avril 2015
Par PrismBookAlliance - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
3.5 of 5 Stars

For original review see The Prism Book Alliance® Blog online

Eric Randall is not a happy bunny. After serving his country in both Iraq and Afghanistan he has been given his orders to move out to Okinawa for three years. Three very long years away from his teenage daughter in a country where nothing is familiar to him. He is a gay divorced man in a foreign place with no idea about how the land lies and he is desperately lonely. DADT may have been repelled but that doesn’t give this man much confidence.

Shane Connelly has been in Okinawa long enough to find his feet. Also divorced, he is bisexual, with a cranky ex wife who constantly seems to need more money. He spies Eric the minute he walks into a gay bar. Their differing ranks and their need to be careful should keep them apart but their loneliness and their need for comfort and friendship means that will never really be an option.

This is a slow burn romance that to begin with is more about friendship with the added bonus of some hot loving. The nature of their relationship and the fact that they have to have so much secrecy makes it feel very intimate and they become very good friends as well as lovers. I found myself worried on more than one occasion that the two would get caught but they always seemed to manage to stay one step ahead.

This is a long book and sometimes felt a little drawn out. There is a lot of description about Okinawa and the places they visit and it is easy to get side tracked with all the detail. On the other hand you can’t help get behind these two men and cheerlead for their happy ever after. They have given so much for their families and their country and I was really rooting for them to give themselves to each other despite the difficult circumstances. I think the growth they gained as a couple also helped them with other areas of their lives especially where Shane and his ex were concerned.

If you like your MM romance with hot military characters, secrecy and angst and no race to the finish line you will enjoy Conduct Unbecoming.
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