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Out of print for years this historical wartime romance a precursor to the gay romance genre is finally coming back via Cheyenne Publishing HEROES IN HELLCATS Jack Hardigan's Hellcat fighter suadron blew. 45 stars for the audiobook version of this book I haven t read all that many historical fiction books but the ones I tried were really good and this one is no exception I was provided a review code for this audiobook and listened to it while I was working on folding 17000 letters It s the kind of work you don t need to concentrate on and it would have been very boring were it not for this bookIt uickly sucked me into another time and I found the story of the main character uite fascinating This is a well written historical fiction story and while it is not explicit and the focus is not on the romance per se I really loved the focus on the relationship between the main character and his boss and wingman It starts as professional respect and turns into friendship and eventually It is slow building and subtle but very intriguing I loved the uniue perspective and really liked the main characters and secondary characters The book never tried to simply the complex nature of the war or the characters It is not black and white There are characters who change and some who will never be likable but are than mere one dimensional villainsWithout claiming authority on the time period at all the book felt authentic Merely the end felt kind of rushed to get to a bittersweet ending It felt like there was an entire second novel that is scratched at in passing but it would have been beyond the scope of this book to explore it in detail Still I couldn t help but feel a bit stunned at the uick end after the main stoory is left behind and readers et to the epilogueAll in all though a great audiobook and story I can highly recommend

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Loves Jack Hardigan and Trusteau cut a fiery swath through the skies from Wake Island to Tarawa to Truk there to keep a fateful rendezvous with love and death in the blood clouded waters of the Pacifi. Gerry B s Book Reviews may have noticed I have a passion for WWII vintage stories and have reviewed several in the past I like the era in general It was a time when the free world was drawn together by a war in two theatres and men bonded together as warrior brothers and sometimes Wingmen by Ensan Case a pseudonym Cheyenne Publishing 2012 captures the latter phenomenon with remarkable clarity and credibility It is in fact one of the best war stories I have readEnsign Frederick Trusty Trusteau one of two wingmen assigned to skipper Lieutenant Commander JJ Jack Hardigan Trusteau is a handsome capable aviator who has honed his reputation as a whoremaster because that was and is the gold standard among predominantly male societies It was very often a sham or cover up but it was better than being considered the odd man out Jack Hardigan is a hard drinking hard driving skipper who is dating a wealthy widow in Honolulu but apart from a certain level of affection there is no evidence of sexual activity between them Therefore there is no grand regrets when she breaks off their relationship for someone elseThe relationship between the two men starts as it usually does with earned respect on both sides in this case as pilots of the famed Grumman Hellcats flown off the deck of a carrier The bond grows stronger with each mission warrior brothers until it inevitably ends in a hotel room in Honolulu where the line between brothers in arms and lovers is finally crosssed However if you are looking for a torrid sexually erotic scene between two horny flyboys you gratefully will not find it here This scene is definitely sexy because of the circumstances and the fact that we ve been waiting for it for nearly two thirds of the story but in 1979 you didn t write that sort of thing if you wanted to find a publisher even an avant garde one Nevertheless I think it is made a realistic story because of it This a story about men in love in war and not about sex per seOf course the story wouldn t be complete without an appropriate setting and Case has provided it on board a fictional aircraft carrier the Constitution You can almost smell the sweat and testosterone in these scenes as they jostle aboard her His apparent knowledge of naval aircraft is an asset as well with just enough detail to help the reader understand without bogging the pace down in the processFor those into WWII nostalgia there are also well known battles ie Wake Island Tarawa and Truk Lagoon where most of the Japanese Imperial fleet was wiped out 60 ships and 275 airplanes Case has also provided an insight into the gruesomeness of war in some tense scenes where men are shot down blown apart and drowned mercilessly in the fray and in the end Jack risks his life to save his loverNevertheless I agree with several other reviewers that the story should have ended on a high in 1945 The last part is interesting mind you and wraps up some loose ends but it is anticlimactical Given the excellence of the preceding however I m not letting it dampen my overall impression Five bees

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The Japanese Zekes out of the blazing Pacific skies But a subtle kind of hell was brewing in his feelings for rookie pilot Fred Trusteau As another wingman watches and waits for the beautiful woman who. OMG this book was great Just awesome I loved every page of it and I suffered with Jack and Fred The precious moments between them were so sweet so touchingI also loved the history in this book and the detailed description of the maneuvers it was exciting and it reminded me of the cruelty of this horrible war I also felt sad and in the end I cried for both of them my feelings were mixedThis book is uniue


10 thoughts on “Wingmen Author Ensan Case

  1. says:

    Written in 1979 this novel stands alone in the mm genre Written before such low expectations have become the norm Wingmen soars above 99% of what is out there today I'd give it 10 stars if I could By contrast it shows how f

  2. says:

    45 stars for the audiobook version of this book I haven't read all that many historical fiction books but the ones I tried were really good and this one is no exception I was provided a review code for this audiobook and listened to it while I was working on folding 17000 letters It's the kind of work you don't need to concentrate on and it would have been very boring were it not for this bookIt uickly sucked me into another time and I foun

  3. says:

    35 starsFirst thing's first this is NOT a romance so anyone reading this as a romance is going to be very disappoi

  4. says:

    OMG this book was great Just awesome I loved every page of it and I suffered with Jack and Fred The precious moments between them were so sweet so touchingI also loved the history in this book and the detailed description of the maneuvers it was exciting and it reminded me of the cruelty of this horrible war I also felt sad and in the end I cried for both of them my feelings were mixedThis book is uniue

  5. says:

    Now and then among the run of the mill potboilers and bodice rippers in the local used bookstore you come across one so exceptional you wonder why it wasn’t released as serious literary fictionEnsan Case’s “Wingmen” is that kind of bookFull disclosure I had an email exchange with Mr Case a few years ago mostly regarding our shared mil

  6. says:

    Nothing wrong with it Just realized that I can't do with just It's romance but not really type of book I need my good dose of romance and this book just doesn't have it

  7. says:

    Re read on 2019 I'm glad i revisited this book this weekend it was the kind of book i needed to just get by I was glued to the pages as if it were the first time i read it wanting so bad to know what happens next Godwish i had the three editi

  8. says:

    If you consider the time this novel first was out 1979 and the period it refers to II World War Wingmen is a daring novel since it “allows” to its heroes an happily for now ending something that was seldom read at the time Novels with gay themes had sometime made their appearance in the past but most often than not the heroes

  9. says:

    Gerry B's Book Reviews may have noticed I have a passion for WWII vintage stories and have reviewed several in the past I l

  10. says:

    I was very pleasantly surprised by Wingmen From the cover and the summary I was afraid I was wading into schlocky romance te

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