Deliverance: Hooch and Matt's Story

Deliverance Hooch and Matt s Story 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

  • Title: Deliverance: Hooch and Matt's Story
  • Author: Marquesate T.A.Brown
  • ISBN: 9780955988011
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 them unless kept in checkDeliverance is the story of Hooch, a US Delta Force soldier and Matt, his former Jarhead loNothing 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 them unless kept in checkDeliverance 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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    1. 3.5 stars.One option was death. Death to stand and die of pain, death to lose the fight and be trampled underfoot, death to ingest the contaminated food and water, death not to gain any sustenance, and death to go insane.The other was pain. Pain was better. Pain didn't kill. If Hooch knew anything, he knew that. he'd learned it scripted into his flesh and blood, and knew, too, that pain always brought relief in the end. Even if it was only the relief of its absence. Eventually. WarningNot for t [...]

    2. *********** Some spoilers ahead **********Okay Where to start? I will say that I am a huge Hooch fan. All through Special Forces I was desperate to know more about Hooch and wanted him to end up with Matt as his HEA. That, I got! But I rated this book three stars because I had so many issues with it. The editing was pretty bad. A few times at first I just accepted them as spelling mistakes, but as the book went on there were just words in the wrong place, quite frequently. Making me have to stop [...]

    3. I read this book some time after Special Forces, on purpose. There were reviews that felt the characters didn't smoothly fit with their SF appearances, and so I thought a little time and blurring might help. There is a fairly large transition of the characters through this story, but for the most part it worked well and I didn't recall any issues.Matt is a Marine who has been the sometimes-sexual-partner for Hooch, a Delta Forces soldier. As the story opens, Hooch has been injured in a bad parac [...]

    4. Perfect companion book to the Special Forces saga. I thoroughly enjoyed delving back into this world! Highly recommend. #teamhooch

    5. ~~~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."THE CHARACTERSHooch 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 [...]

    6. 3.5 STARS (4 stars first half; 3 stars second half) I loved Hooch and Matt in Special Forces, but the way things ended in Vets (view spoiler)[ Hooch sleeping with Jean etc.(hide spoiler)] I lost a bit of love for them, but after reading the first half of this book I totally regained it. They are so damn cute together, and I really liked reading about their tender moments. Hooch learning what it is to be in love and in a relationship was really sweet. I even liked when Matt got upset with him bec [...]

    7. I did it! I finally completed the last book in the Special Forces universe!Oh. My. God. Was that a ride or what? Again we follow a military couple through 20 years of their relationship - minus the 'epicness' that were Dan and Vadim.But with Hooch being a masochist and Matt being a vanilla type of guy who knows nothing about his lover's inclinations, watching these guys make their relationship work despite all their differences impressed me quite a lot.Once again, I didn't like the open relation [...]

    8. The first half of the book is great, then things go downhill, the book starts lacking focus, and then it focuses on Hooch EXTREME masochism.There is also open-relationship-nearly-cheating in this book. Matt pulls a Dan and starts having sex with many men, at a point he had as many as FOUR fuck buddies! I found it so out of character I don't even know what to think. Then there is Hooch personality switch in his relationship with Matt. I understand Hooch is into extreme pain and humiliation, more [...]

    9. ★★★★☆½ ~ 4.5 StarsAnother outstanding story from Marquesate and T.A. Brown. We met Hooch and Matt as side characters to Dan and Vadim in Special Forces. You don't necessarily need to have read SF (but why not?! fall into the abyss of SF like the rest of us!) but it does add the back story of how they met and why Matt was just a 'convenient station' for a long time.When Hooch returns from his captivity, he's ready to make a commitment to Matt, as vanilla as Matt seems. But Hooch has de [...]

    10. Okay, so it's not the wild ride that Special Forces is, but who doesn't LOVE Matt and Hooch?! And an entire book of just them?! OMG. And if that wasn't enough to convince you, here are 10 good reasons to read this book (in no particular order):1) Thanksgiving2) PetSmart3) nipple piercings4) a stetson5) a couple of phone calls from an old friend6) a snowball battle7) the repeal of DADT8) initials9) cock shots10) It's a damned good love story!I LOVED this book, and after the sheer exhaustion I fel [...]

    11. 3 ToRtUrOuS StArS Hooch Is An Extreme Masochist – Torture Is His KinkHOOCH MattI fell in love with the HOOCH from Special Forces, so when a friend on GR’s told me about Matt & Hooch’s story I was beyond excited. While SF’s completely drew me into Dan's and Vadim's world, Deliverance fell flat for me.The first half was fairly enjoyable, I know it was Matt and Hooch’s story… but if I am completely honest I wanted to get inside Hooch’s head… especially learning more about his fe [...]

    12. Having read the Special Forces series where Hooch and Matt are pretty important side characters it is only natural that I find myself ecstatic to be reading their story.I love Hooch and Matt, always have and always will. I knew this was never going to be an easy story. Hooch is an extreme masochist and Matt, he's a vanilla boy. How they figure out the implications that this has on their relationship is never going to be easy. In fact when Hooch's darkness raises it's head. The reality of his mas [...]

    13. Where to start?I didn’t even finish this book, but I had so many issues with it…First of all, the writing style was really good, but the editing just as bad. That’s always unpleasant, but even more so if English is not your native language and you have to search for a minute to find the missing word (extra word) so that the sentence makes sense.Let’s start with the plot. The first half of the book was okay. It was nothing special, but I was determined to finish this book and like it (I L [...]

    14. 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.Ho [...]

    15. 4.5 painful starsI liked Hooch and Matt in Special Forces and I absolutely loved them in their own story. This book is not SF and for that I am happy. It is, however, hardcore kinkfest/BDSM with a few uncomfortable moments but the growth of the characters from SF to now was realistic, beautiful and loving. It was especially heartening seeing Matt grow from the 'kid' to a strong partner. Love these guys!

    16. 3.5-4 starsHOOCH! I love Hooch. A lot. I know everyone that is friends with me on GR is probably getting tired of seeing all of my "I love you Hooch" updates but seriouslyI love the man. You can only imagine how excited I was when I realized he had his own book whenever I was knee deep in Special Forces.I fell in love with the Hooch from Special Forces. The quiet, brooding guy that generally did nothing more than raise his eyebrow in speculation, humoretty much for anything as long as it prevent [...]

    17. What do I say about this book, this story, Hooch and Matt? Do I have the words to tell you how special this book is? This story involves so many facets of life, but the over riding point is love. It's all about love. The love between Hooch and Matt is timeless, evolving, shattering, and enduring. It's about giving and taking, but above all else giving.This book owns a part of my soul and it will always have a part of my heart. It's that good.One thing I learned about, is how truly horrible DADT [...]

    18. I wanted to read Hooch and Matt's story so badly and was giddy with excitement when it finally came out. I've agonized over the rating and what to say about this book since I finished it. Sleeping on it and putting some distance didn't help. My emotions, feelings and thoughts were a mess and all over the place. I loved some of it, I hated some of it, some of it was OK. Some parts took me to unexpected places, I was bored to tears in others. I was disgruntled, a couple of WTF's came out. I laughe [...]

    19. I really dig Matt and especially Hooch, since I've read SF. They are great and the story of their relationship is great.Why not 5 stars then?Because of the constant sex. And the heavy BDSM part (I am not a real fan of that). It was written very well, but there was just too much of it. After elaborate sex scene incl. guests & toys # 16 (I slightly exaggerate) it simply gets boring. It is strange that something that well written and described can be boring, but it somehow was for me.Instead I [...]

    20. Let me start by saying that I adore Marquesate's writing. Unfortunately, I did not enjoy this story as much as I wanted to. The first half was great, but when they started to deal with Hooch's issues with needing pain, the book felt like it lost it's way a little. A lot of the sexual content I skimmed through, because it didn't feel hot and sexy - more forced and like a catalog of what you can do if you're into the scene. I dunno. Might have to think on this one a while and re read. But at the m [...]

    21. 2.5 - 3 starsWhen the blurb described this book as a spin-off, it was completely true. This book might appeal more to fans of the Special Forces epic co-authored by Aleksandr Voinov (Vashtan) and Marquesate because it did not feel like a good stand alone to me. In fact, I found myself wishing I had reread Special Forces myself in order to better orient myself to the timeline and the events surrounding it. Deliverance followed the format of Special Forces, spanning over 10 years. While SF complet [...]

    22. Special Forces is hands down my favorite series. Nothing comes close for me. And although Dan and Vadim were the main attractions, Hooch and Matt were forces to be reckoned with and probably the only two of the endless stream of men that I didn't want to kill. It was easy to become attached to them. I wasn't even aware that their story existed outside the pages of Special Forces so when someone brought it to my attention on FB, I immediately put everything else aside.You definitely don't need to [...]

    23. 3.5 stars. 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 [...]

    24. I absolutely love me some Hooch. No,not the kind you drink. Deliverance is the story of Hooch and Matt from the Special Forces series. I'd recommend reading that series before reading this. It's probably not necessary but it enhances the read. There's a lot of S/M in this book, but you have to expect that if you read the Special Forces series because you the know that Hooch is a masochist to beat all masochists. There is some D/s later in the book also. I highly recommend this book.

    25. 2-2.5WARNING: If you haven't finished the Mercenaries Part I and II and Veterans parts of Special Forces Special Forces about Dan & Vadim (where we meet Matt & Hooch), I don't recommend that you read this story - certainly not my review. There are definite spoilers for Special Forces in this review.Really sorry to have to rate this one so low. It's tough not to compare the story with Special Forces, because that's where we came to know & love Hooch and Matt. And it just doesn't compa [...]

    26. 4.5 starsI really enjoyed this book, which tells the story of Hooch and Matt, two characters first introduced in the series "Special Forces". They were a great addition to that series and I'm glad they got their own book.Hooch in particular is a very interesting and complex character and I enjoyed very much to see where the authors took him, and Matt, in this story.The first part of the book was great, I loved it very much. There was angst but not too much to make the book painful to read. I ver [...]

    27. Definitely a 5 star book for me! It’s highly recommended for anyone who has read Special Forces, and if you haven’t, then read both.Deliverance narrates Matt and Hooch’s story as a regular couple. This book can to some extent be read alone because the authors provide enough background information from SF for readers unfamiliar with the story to understand it. This story gives life to Matt and Hooch, they become three-dimensional characters, and allows the reader to understand more about th [...]

    28. I'm not one to care too much about grammar or spelling errors, usually because I don't notice them. For me to notice, it is pretty glaring and disruptive to my reading experience. Unfortunately, this was one of them. They were jarring to say the least. As stated in the description, these were secondary characters from the Special Forces series. I thought Vadim would make more of an appearance, given their closeness in SF, but he didn't appear at all. This wasn't a big deal, but I had to fit in w [...]

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