It Only Took a Moment for Him to Know She Was His
Navy SEAL Kane McNamara has his mission. Four potential terrorist targets in Oman. His job is to keep everyone safe and try to figure out where al-Qaeda will strike next. Guarding an International Music Show is on the bottom of Kane’s list until he meets the woman organizing the event, then all bets are off. She’s fun, feisty and their chemistry is off the charts.
Has She Finally Met Her Match?
A.J. Lancaster has never met anyone like Kane. Nobody's ever given her this much crap or been this much fun. Her job doesn't give her a spare second to think, but she'll make time to flirt with the most interesting man she's ever met. The fact that he’s insanely gorgeous in that rough mountain man sort of way might also be why she’s taking a minute to enjoy some man candy.
It's Turning Deadly...Fast
Soon Kane, A.J., and the rest of the Night Storm SEAL team realize the music show is the next target. When bullets fly, it’s down to Kane and his team to stop al-Qaeda’s plans, and Kane must ensure that the stubborn woman he loves stays alive so they can have their chance at a happy ending.
Kane and A. J. are hilarious
Finally we get the story of the guys from Night Storm and the famous Kane McNamara. Loved loved loved the humor and the chemistry. Loves getting to know the guys on the team but more than anything loved the sparks between Kane and A. J. They are adorable and I loved them!
I really enjoyed it. Kept me reading for more.
Funny but shallow
The plot is interesting. There is a lot of humorous dialogue. However, the characters needed a lot more development- especially AJ. You do eventually find out a glimpse of her childhood but it is such a tiny glimpse that it’s hard to rectify with her personality as an adult- or at least, not enough to care. Kane comes off as almost too perfect, and as a result I just could not get into the “romance” with AJ. Also, while the author did seem to do some research on Yemen and Oman, there are some strange moments- such as when AJ is wearing a barely there spandex dress in an Omani hotel. ???? Oman is a super conservative Islamic country. Yes, westerners are sometimes given a little slack but that just did not jive as remotely plausible. It reminded me of the horrible Sex and the City II movie.
Overall, I am not enthused enough to try again with this author right now. If she works on her character development though I would consider it- though to do so I would suggest to make the novels a bit longer for that to even be possible.