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Deliverance - Hooch and Matt's Story (English Edition) di [Brown, TA, Marquesate]
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Nothing in life is ever simple, especially if you’re a Delta Force instructor and an ex-Marine trying to make a new life together – not when you live under the constraints of ‘Don’t ask, Don’t tell,’ the shadow of nightmares, and a darkness that will destroy you unless kept in check.

Deliverance is the story of Hooch, a US Delta Force soldier and Matt, his former-Jarhead lover. It is a spin-off from Special Forces and spans the years 1998 to 2011. Both Hooch and Matt were created by Marquesate as secondary characters in the epic Special Forces (© 2006-2009), but they took on a life of their own.

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  • Lunghezza stampa: 328
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  • Editore: Camouflage Press; 1 edizione (26 febbraio 2012)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B007EW6EQ6
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3.0 su 5 stelle Loved the characters, liked the story, hated the editing. 5 agosto 2012
Di Attention Is Arbitrary M/M Book Reviews - Pubblicato su
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Loved the characters, liked the story, hated the editing.

Read this book for: M/M romance, strong, visual sex scenes, masochism, bondage, torture and lovely, loving characters and a big, smiley grin for the snowball fight.

"Maybe we own each other."


Hooch aka Bozic, Hubert, Sergeant First Class, 546798362 is an emotionless bastard that somehow still grabs your heart and makes you love him. As a U.S. Army Delta he is as tough as they come. "Never give up", is the mantra they live by and Hooch is no exception to that rule. Beginning with his capture and torture you believe that nothing can break him, nothing can tame him. Yet, Hooch craves to be broken.

"You look like someone who eats nails on toast for breakfast and burps fire," she replied cheerfully, "but appearances are deceiving, I'm told."

Matthew Donahue is "quite something." Confident and secure in who he is and what he wants, his life seems very controlled and uncomplicated. His role compared to Hooch's seems, on the surface, to be one of easy going lover but it's the strength of his character that is the biggest surprise in this book. I absolutely love Matt and he feels like the perfect match for Hooch but the question is, is that enough?

They sat close together, almost touching but not quite, a synonym for their relationship.

I was delighted to see Dan McFadyen, from Special Forces, show up in this book. While I found his advice to Matt and Hooch delightful, uplifting and encouraging, his voice just didn't sound right to me.


The book begins with a lengthy prologue taken word for word from the epic series, Special Forces, Marquesate/Vashtan. The prologue is completely relevant to this story and I feel it should be read whether or not you just finished Special Forces. It puts the reader in the right mind set for what is to come. It is very powerful, and possibly the best writing in the book.

While Matt lives his life out of the closet, Hooch must live within the protocol of DADT (Don't Ask, Don't Tell). It seems that this would be the biggest barrier to their successful relationship but, oh no, it's not. Hooch's masochistic needs are the challenge to be mastered. I really enjoyed seeing this aspect play out (literally) and was surprised by the intelligence and creativity that Matt showed in meeting and indeed, mastering this challenge.

"that was a remarkable exercise in discretion."

Late in the book there is a hint of an 'incident' from Hooch's past that, while important, it just felt like it came out of nowhere. Almost like the authors decided late that they needed some solid explanation for Hooch's behavior. The problem with that is it just didn't have any roots. No earlier hints or suggestions, so it just felt disconnected. The funny thing is, for me, I didn't feel like I needed an explanation for his behavior. I had already accepted that Hooch was just the way he was. It wasn't exactly contrived, just rather unnecessary.


I hate to do this, but I don't think there is any way one could read Special Forces and not compare this book with it. That being said, Special Forces, for me, was all about the writing; the intensity and beauty, the highs and lows, the gut wrenching emotional journey. This book just didn't reach those levels of powerful writing, at all. The flow was fine, the story was good, the characters, excellent but for someone who just had higher expectations, this left me a little disappointed. I also have to note the absolutely atrocious editing. Not only were there extensive typo's, there were dropped words and what I felt were complete sentences out of order. It was very distracting and I find it quite a shame. This, ultimately, is why I can not give this book 4 stars.

Hooch huffed softly. "I'm the little spoon now, huh?"

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5.0 su 5 stelle A total must follow up to Special Forces! 14 gennaio 2015
Di OJCast - Pubblicato su
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Holy Crap! What an amazing read, it was like coming home to an old friend, the Special Forces world, and being present for Hooch and Matt's story, as seen through their eyes.

The story telling was phenomenal, exquisitely well done. Hooch was true to character and Matt was spectacular! I am so infinitely glad this was done as I'd always wandered just what had become of the beloved Matt and Hooch, a creation by Dan, and the intertwining in this book with the Special Forces timeline was excellent.

Hooch's need for release and for someone to take the reins for a change, so he could actually let go was so well done, and Matt's growing realization of this need hits so true to the core that only someone who has experienced this can portray - bravo!

The BDSM club scene(s) are the some of the best EVER, without a doubt. There are maybe one, or perhaps two, that can compete, and the feelings and needs of Hooch an fabulous work of craftsmanship.

I actually caught myself tearing up a couple of times when it all comes home in the end.

If you read Special Forces, this is an absolute must. If you haven't read Special Forces, get off your butt and read it, it is one of the all time epics!
5.0 su 5 stelle Matt & Hooch, loved! 20 febbraio 2017
Di silvia - Pubblicato su
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Deliverance was everything I wanted in Matt & Hooch's love story. What I especially enjoyed was the way their relationship evolved....not what I expected at all! I was caught by surprise but it was a pleasant surprise and I'm more than satisfied with the way it ended which is why I'm giving it 5 stars.
4.0 su 5 stelle Special Forces Spin Off w/o Vadim & Dan 9 gennaio 2013
Di Debra E - Pubblicato su
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Really liked Matt & Hooch in Special Forces and enjoyed this continuation of their story. You really need to have read Mercenaries and Veterans to have a good idea of who they are and how they hooked up as the book just dives into it. I was glad to get the story of these two but found that although hints were dropped about something in Hooch's past, the issue was never really addressed. We do get a good look at Matt's family and how Matt comes to deal with Hooch's issues and needs.

Some of the club scenes were too hardcore and I had to skim over them, but that is just a personal taste. On the downside, the ebook contained a lot of spelling, grammatical and formatting errors.
5.0 su 5 stelle Not for the faint of heart. 3 febbraio 2013
Di Nancy Canu - Pubblicato su
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This is no-holds-barred sex between an ex-Marine and a Delta operator... who's also a masochist. They aren't monagamous, and if you are squeamish, this isn't going to be your cup of tea. Nevertheless, the relationship they forge is real and loving and above all, it works for them. I loved these characters in the Special Forces series, and enjoyed reading their version of happy-ever-after. There are graphic and explicit BDSM scenes-- we're not talking tame "Fifty Shades" crap here-- but some of it is actually funny in its own way. Will definitely be reading this again.
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