• One Good Man

  • A Gay Marine Corps Novel
  • By: Derek Pace
  • Narrated by: Luke Avery
  • Length: 3 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: LGBTQ+, Romance
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (41 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Corporal Alex Indigo, USMC, is a gung ho, professional infantry marine. In the era of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell", he still needs to keep hidden the fact that he is gay if he wants to continue to serve. Trying to keep his private life private, he doesn’t date fellow marines. Combat-deployed to Falluja, Iraq, however, he doesn’t have much outlet for his natural wants and desires.

When he meets Taylor, a fellow corporal, he feels a strong attraction to the handsome, quiet marine. It is hard to hide anything in a combat zone, much less a romantic relationship, and he knows he needs to ignore Taylor, but can he ignore his own heart?

Note: This audiobook contains adult material and is intended for a mature audience.

©2017 Derek Pace (P)2018 Derek Pace

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A milestone in Gay literature. A real, honest, feeling, loving, story of life. Excellent. I am a veteran of the Vietnam War. I was a Corpsman, a medic, and I very proudly served with my Marines. Semper Fi.

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Wow this was intense, and very interesting. I recommend this book to everyone. Good written and lovely narrator.

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One good stoty

Top notch writing. A real story, not a piece of fluff. would ha've liked a longer story. The war background is genuine and well done. Voice of the narrator perfect for the rough military sequences..

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Loved It!

I'm glad the Don't ask Don't Tell narrative has been rewritten and some have had the chance now to serve open. This was a great story and as a vet, brought back great memories.

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please save your money

worst book I have ever read. I have read many books in this genre. Most are very good but this one ...... no

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Loved it

For my first audio book Im glad I picked this one. The story had me invested and the narration was pretty good. Listened to it on one go