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Murder is a deadly way to start a relationship …

Finally back in Coronado and his own apartment but still tired from traveling, Taylor helps a neighbor by closing her apartment door as she dashes back to work. But, as he does so, a smell he’s all too familiar with permeates the air. And he’s plunged into a multiple homicide with no meaning or end …

Midge doesn’t understand what’s happened to her life, … but now her home, her workplace, her neighbors are all in danger and are all suspect. … Taylor is the only piece of normalcy in her world-gone-crazy right now.

But even he can’t keep an eye on her all the time …

November 12
Valley Publishing Limited
Valley Publishing Ltd.

Customer Reviews

777sails ,

SEALs of Honor: Taylor

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout and I am voluntarily reviewing it.

This was a great addition to the series. I adore reading about the SEAL heroes and how they meet their soul-mate. Taylor didn't have to look far. In fact, right across the hall from his apartment is Midge. The timing has never been right for them as Taylor has been going on one mission after another.

In fact, Taylor is just back from a mission and just wants to relax. Midge pops her head in to tell him that he left his door open. She is on her way back to work as there is an emergency. She didn't even make it as far as her door when she got the call. Taylor now notices that her door is open after she leaves. When he goes to shut her door, he smells a familiar smell.

The road to Taylor and Midge's HEA is one that is filled with dead bodies. As the body count rises, so does the feelings between these two. Hopefully they can get to the bottom of who is killing all of these people and what the common denominator linking them together is before Midge becomes a victim herself.

I adored the dual POV format. With all of the intrigue and mystery that these two are dealing with, they internally were showing how they felt about each other while outwardly focusing on the case.

The bedroom scene was basically glossed over and really shouldn't offend anyone unless you just want a pure sweet, clean romance. On that note, I would recommend this book to anyone over the age of 18.

Book Addict KJB ,

SEALS of Honor: Taylor (Looking Beyond the Surface)

This is a complicated, page turner of murder and many, many questions -- who, why, and what next. Taylor, a Navy Seal, and Midge, working in a records office at the base, are neighbors in the apartment complex. As their lives intwine, making more and more discoveries, they explore more and more possibilities. Dale Mayer takes the reader down a complicated journey. I opened the book last night and finished it in a day. Bravo!

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

D. Mama ,

Very good

I was kindly provided this book as an ARC; in exchange for my honest review. This is book 22 in the SEALs Of Honor series. This book revolves around Taylor; and Midge.

This is a very extensive series; with several connected series. I would say it was close to as good/great as the previous books in series. It might help the reader to read the previous books in the series; but, it’s not critical for this book.

Due to weather conditions where I’m at, I’m forced to shorten my review (WiFi keeps shutting down mid-load).

This book reads more of a murder/mystery with a little romance on the side. Of course we get our hunky SEAL fix. Still a very good read; especially during blizzard conditions. Definitely worth the time and money.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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