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    Review: Defending Harlow (Mountain Mercenaries) by Susan Stoker

    Danger rises and love is threatened in New York Times bestselling author Susan Stoker’s fourth book of the Mountain Mercenaries series. Lowell “Black” Lockard, former Navy SEAL, has watched his fellow Mountain Mercenaries settle down with the women of their dreams, but he’s convinced he doesn’t need love. Then he gets a call from Harlow Reese—a chef at a local women’s shelter—and begins to reconsider his decision. After being continually harassed by a local band of punks, Harlow asks Lowell to give the women of the shelter lessons in self-defense. She doesn’t expect him to take such a special interest in her safety, but he insists on escorting her to…

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    Review: Beyond The Limits by Cindy Dees

    Team Reaper has a new mission… Train the first female SEALs Navy SEAL Griffin Caldwell is not happy with his team’s top-secret mission, training the first female SEALs. Griffin’s determined to prove that that his trainee Sherri Tate—a former beauty queen no less—doesn’t have what it takes to join the world’s most elite warrior’s club. Until he sees what she’s capable of, and even this hard-nosed SEAL has to admit she’s tough as nails. What he won’t admit to is the attraction sizzling between them. Navy media officer Sherri Tate is more than just a pretty face. When she’s given the opportunity to achieve her dream of becoming a SEAL,…

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    Forged in Fire

    With a brush of a hand, the journey begins!!!   Forged in Fire is the first book in Trish McCallen’s Red-Hot SEALs Series, it’s also the first book by this author that I had the pleasure of reading. Let me just say…if you’re a fan of military romances then you’re in for a real treat. You might even love this story as much as I did. SEAL Team 7 was on their way to a wedding in Hawaii when Lt. Commander Zane Winter was struck with a vision of death. Facing death was nothing new to him or his friends. But in little over an hour what should have been…

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    Wolf Rising (SWAT Book 8)

    What a great way to wrap up this spooky month of October. Nothing is like ending the day with a good book. I chose Paige Taylor’s book Wolf Rising, book #8 in the SWAT series. The book started like all the rest in the series, explaining how the hero or heroine first turned. What I thought was interesting about Wolf Rising is how Taylor took what is happing in our schools and incorporated into Wolf Rising story. I want to give props to Paige because she didn’t overdramatize or romanticize the topic. In Wolf Rising, Jayden Brooks was an officer but when responding to a call at a local school,…

  • Lora Leigh,  Reviews

    Dagger’s Edge: A Brute Force Novel

    Dagger’s Edge is the second book in Lora Leigh’s Brute Force series. But a spinoff, on her Elite Ops series. I relished in this installment of the Brute Force series. Though it’s only book #2, in my opinion, this was the best installment. It had everything that a reader of romantic suspense come to love about reading this genre. And to top it off, the male character has no shame. Ivan Resnova knows what he is, and doesn’t apologize for it. When he was first introduced in Collision Point he was this robust, secure, forceful male that took charge. That I must say carried over into his own story. Which…

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