Subject: Navy SEAL Lieutenant Blake Landon
Current Status: Two weeks of enforced leave
Mission: Distract himself in any way possible
Obstacle: A woman who tempts him to break the rules…including his own!
Navy SEAL Blake Landon (aka "Boy Scout") knows the rule book inside and out. Checked. Rechecked. But when a mission ends badly, his entire team is ordered on leave. And that's when Blake sees the tall redhead whose dark eyes suggest that the rules—especially those in bed—are made to be broken.
Scientist Alexia Lane has sex on the brain—partly for work, but mostly because she needs a man who makes her girly parts do the happy dance. Her only no-no? No military dudes. But Blake's rockin' bod promises delicious pleasures, and Alexia is halfway to sexual Nirvana before she can find out he's actually a Navy SEAL.
And where one rule is broken, more are sure to follow….
Great story! Definitely a good read,Sequel please!
I can live without.
It was bland to say the least. It's not a stay up all night kinda book. More like a skip a bunch of pages before I doze off.
A SEAL's Seduction
The book on the whole was good. The story and characters were believable. Just one criticism, Navy SEALs are SAILORS not soldiers. I really wish that when writing about a specific service, authors would research such things more carefully. This is not the first book I've read that has made such glaring mistakes. Also, your cover artist needs to check on uniforming. A Navy lieutenant does NOT wear a cover with "scrambled eggs" which translated means his hat does NOT have gold braid. That's reserved for officers with the rank of Captain and above. That would be a Navy Captain, which is equivalent to an Army Colonel.