Subject: Petty Officer Christian "Cowboy" Laramie
Mission: Locate a missing person…without seducing the man's fiancée!
Navy SEAL Christian Laramie knows everything about explosives, including how to avoid them. But he sure as hell isn't prepared for Sammi Jo Wilson—all gorgeous red hair and long-legged sexiness—in a wedding dress, asking him to find her kidnapped fiancé. Yep, he is definitely dealing with one dangerous bombshell…
Laramie has a rep for thoroughly pleasing the ladies, but he's not interested in emotional entanglements. He has rules—and engaged women are a definite no-no. Yet the searing heat between him and Sammi is like nothing he's ever experienced. Each touch gets hotter. Each kiss more intense. And if Laramie can't disarm this desire, it will blow up in the only way possible…in bed!
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Hotter than that
This book is part of the Uniformly Hot SEAL's series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader enjoyment and understanding, I recommend reading the series in order.
Christian AKA Laramie and Sammi have history. He was defending her even when she was younger. Now, she comes to him for help. Her fiance' is missing. She asks Laramie to help find her fiance'.
Laramie cannot resist her. Not even when he tells himself to stay away. While the sparks ignite and the flame burns closer, Laramie narrows down the missing man who could shatter all they have found.
Very hot book! I found this to be a page turner. I literally did not want to put it down. The story is so timeless. The characters are engaging. I cannot wait to read the next book in the series.
***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review.
A Seal's Desire
Enjoyed reading how Sammi Jo and Laramie found each other - each one not realizing what was missing in their lives. Sammi Jo willing to get married even though she didn't love her fiancé, and Laramie avoiding relationships and just using women for one thing. Fate arranged it so Laramie was home on leave just when Sammi Jo's fiancé was kidnapped. Who better to help her than her childhood friend. Loved reading how the emotions were involved from the get go, and that they found each other in the end.