Navy SEAL Andrew Carr needs a lot of mindless beach time as he comes home from his first deployment. He visits a friend he met in BUD/S at a small Florida coastal town. But what he finds is something he cannot have: another SEAL brother’s girl.
Aimee Greer is running from the stress in her life, and knows the beach, and the arms of her hot new boyfriend should do the trick. But when Andrew Carr comes to visit, she’s not prepared for the explosive chemistry that develops between them.
When Carr is forced to defend her from her past, she realizes she has found the one she’s been searching for her whole life.
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Sealed At Sunset
Absolutely loved this book as I love all of Sharon’s SEAL books. She is great.
SEALed at Sunset
ARC for honest review with no compensation 4.5 stars
SEALed at Sunset is book 1 in the new series Sunset SEAL’s by Sharon Hamilton.
Andrew Carr, Seal Team 3, after first deployment need some down time and heads to Florida to spend some time with his friend Cory from BUDs training who is on Seal Team 4 and recovering from injuries from his last deployment but what he gets is a mixed up mess and meets the woman of his dreams except she belongs to his buddy and code is hands off...
Aimee Greer has been in Sunset Beach trying to recover from the lost of her parents, a MIA brother that’s into drugs and alcohol and the stress of it all. She met Cory, started dating, maybe he is her forever but when his friend, Andy shows up...things change...
Fast paced, easy to read, having his Seal brother’s back but the question is...who will win Aimee’s heart??
Couldn’t put it down.
I read this book in one day because once I started I could not stop reading. This book is about Andy, a Navy Seal who is invited to visit an injured and recovering fellow Seal on the Florida coast. When Andy gets to Cody’s house he also meets Cody’s girl, Aimee and her friend, Shelley. Andy tries his best to be interested in Shelley but he cannot seem to stop being drawn to Aimee. Cody, Andy and Aimee do several things together, but everything comes to a traumatic end after they attend a wedding. Cody has to learn to be honest with himself and then others and he must seek help for his problems or risk being kicked out of the Seals. Andy tries to help Cody, hurts Aimee and himself and then he must learn to make the most of the second chance that he is given. Aimee is resilient and although she is hurt by Cody I think she is more hurt by Andy and she will have to decide if he is worth taking a chance on plus Aimee will have to come to terms with her search for her brother. This book is well written and captured my attention from start to finish. I look forward to reading the next book in the series.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.