He's everything she should fear…
Bristol Munoz's life has never been typical. Or safe. Raised by her father, a Mexican drug lord who murdered her mother, Bristol knows she's nothing but a bargaining chip to her father. He'll give her to the man most able to further his cartel's powerful holdings, and her life will go from bad to worse. Her only hope is to try another escape…Then he arrives. He's different than the other men in her father's compound, but no less dangerous. Maybe more so, because she's attracted to him.
But all she really wants.
Working undercover for the CIA isn't how Navy SEAL Nash Cantrell wants to spend his time. But keeping missiles out of the wrong hands is something he can handle. However, he didn't count on part of his mission involving getting close to Bristol. He can't afford to like her, but can't stop himself. She's a commodity her father won't let go of easily. When his cover is blown, Nash has to stop the deal—and save Bristol.
When the plan goes wrong and Bristol is kidnapped, Nash will break every rule to get her back.
Or die trying.
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Undercover Seal Book 4 in Seals of Coronado by Paige Tyler-
Full of action as Navy Seal Nash goes undercover and if the mission goes belly up things could get ugly. They thing he doesn’t expect is Bristol Munoz. She’s the daughter of a big Mexican drug lord. A very dangerous man you don’t want to cross. He will fight for her, but that could get them both killed.
Bristol is nothing to her father. When Nash comes into her life she isn’t sure what to make of him.
See what happens.
SEALs of Coronado
While I have enjoyed the SEALs of Coronado series, this one did not resonate with me like the others. Maybe too predictable? Both MC and the supporting characters were enjoyable however, this one seems rushed. Perhaps Nash comes across as more of a known quantity because he’s certainly similar to the other SEAL characters but Bristol came off a little too weak...not wanting to give anything away here, but given her circumstances, she seems to be too trusting of Nash too soon.
If you want a quick summer afternoon read where the damsel in distress gets saved by the hero with some drama thrown in - read this!