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Publisher Description

Rules are made to be broken . . .

When it comes to dating, ex-Navy SEAL Marcus Denali has a few simple rules. Never date a coworker. Never date a friend's sister. And never ever date a girl whose brother is a coworker, a friend, and a fellow SEAL. So why would Marcus dance so closely -- and flirt so shamelessly -- with Mandy Lawson? Simple. It's a Fourth of July masquerade ball. He doesn't know she's his buddy's little sister. And once the masks come off, the real fireworks begin . . .

Mandy doesn't care about the rules. She's been crushing on Marcus for years, and she's not giving up now that she has proof he wants her too. She has a plan to show this military man some moves he never learned in basic training. And Marcus is going to learn that some rules-the rules of attraction -- are just too strong to fight.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
January 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
240
Pages
PUBLISHER
Grand Central Publishing
SELLER
Hachette Digital, Inc.
SIZE
3.8
MB

Customer Reviews

littlepinkpumpkin ,

A SEAL’S Honor

I love these two! But their story was VERY similar to the other two books I read in the series. But hey….love is love. And I do love happy endings!

777sails ,

Loved Marcus

I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I did take one star off as there were times when I thought Mandy was a little to pushy. As I am older and from another generation, I was a little put off by it. I did love Marcus though. He put everything up front and was completely honest with Mandy and just seemed like a perfect hero.

I would recommend this book because as I said before, it is probably just the generational gap. What bothered me probably wouldn't give anyone else a second thought.

Tzul79 ,

Same storyline

I read all three in the series and the storyline is 96% the same. Set up through a matchmaking app. One month, sex only relationship agreement. The women fall in love, or are in love, with the men, but it takes the men a bit longer to get there. I hoped for some variety in each story but they are basically the same story line/plot. Disappointed.

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