For a SEAL undercover on a top conspiracy, attraction could be dangerous…
Raised on a ranch and trained as a Navy SEAL, Benjamin "Montana" Raines has a work ethic that's unshakable—even in the midst of a beautiful and jaded CIA operative. A dangerous conspiracy threatens the United States, and Benjamin has a new case. And a new partner.
Kate McKenzie has been burned before. And now she is paired with someone she's supposed to trust against her deeper instincts. In the cutthroat world of millionaires and politicians in Washington, DC, Kate and Benjamin must go undercover to prevent an attack. But as the risks to their safety heighten, so does their undeniable attraction to one another…
SEAL of My Own
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Great continuation of the mystery!
4 1/2 STARS!
With the continuation of Navy SEAL Boat Team 22’s foray into trying to solve the human trafficking operation they turned up in Cancun in prior books, Elle James brings us Montana’s story. It’s a fast paced, full of action story, and we are intrigued as they get closer to finding out who’s been behind all of the killing, but I felt the romance was a tad weak. I enjoyed Kate & Montana, but I would have liked to have had more time with them.
When Benjamin Raines AKA Montana, meets his new partner in his work with his SEAL team and some Stealth Operations Specialists team members, he is taken aback. She’s gorgeous, feisty and totally competent in her undertaking to bring down the bad guys!
Kate McKenzie has been double-crossed before, so she’s not so sure about trusting this team of unknowns she’s been set up to work with, but she soon realizes they seem to know what they are doing and buries herself in the mission.
When she and Ben go undercover as a couple, the “for show” intimacy between them becomes all too real and they find themselves falling for each other in the middle of all the chaos. Is there any future there or will it be over in the blink of an eye when they take down the target?