Brains before Beauty, that's Rachel Newberry's motto, especially when her quiet, orderly life is interrupted by international rock star, Jaydon Hawke. And true to her word, brains take center stage when she discovers Hawke has a lot more on his mind than beautiful music. Targeted by a madman, Rachel puts her trust in Hawke, a move that may cost both their lives.
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Parts of the idea were good. The problems began with the thesis that US Navy Seals would ever be involved in the way described. What's more likely is that the author used the term, SEALS, like click bait to get folks to open the book, than tried to build a believable plot. It didn't work, because the author didn't know enough about Seals, and didn't care enough to do the research. I did find the possibility of Cameron and Max to be immensely entertaining.
This is one of, if not the most poorly written book I have ever read--and I've read the Fifty Shades trilogy. I would give it zero stars if I could. It is little more than a collection of rambling thoughts that make little to no sense with character development similar to that of a B rate porno (i.e. Plumber or pizza delivery boy). It fails in every sense to portray believable characters or maintain the storyline and is rife with grammatical errors like using "heals" when referring to footwear. I can only assume that all the raving five star reviews were either bought, left by women who were only in it for the raunchy parts or left by women who have the mental capacity of a common gnat. I feel like I lost some brain cells by reading this rubbish.
This is the first time I have read a book by this author and can't wait to read more of her books!