- File Size: 929 KB
- Print Length: 432 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 153078803X
- Publication Date: April 19, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BOABJNG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,389 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Cord SEAL Team Seven (Book 5) Kindle Edition
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The guys are still working to unravel the and take down those responsible for the commanders death and the attacks on their women. There is cross over characters from other series that are frequently referenced. Who are dealing with the same f#@&ry that the Team has been, and who e guys have helped out. Which I love.! While there is enough back story as not to be lost, f you haven't read The Lyon series, Catch Me if You Can, Anarchist, and Bikers Baby Girl, take e time to read them before you read Cord. Lyon, Law and Creed along with Mancini make more than a !mention in the story.. The Team makes a showing in their stories following leads, gathering Intel, and lending their talents.
Cord ends in a cliffhanger. I hate that. So can't wait for the next book. Will Quinn or Devon be the next to fall?
Colton Lyon- Lyon book series
Creed- Bikers Babygirl
Mancini- Catch Me If You Can
Masters- Man of Steel
Summers- Bad Boy
Thorpe- The Billionaire
And of course all the previous Seal series books.
A lot I know but it's a wonderful challenge to keep all the characters in play over a huge series and I give the author a round of applause for doing so.
Cord and Susie. I don't feel any certain way about them. Cord is a Dom/alpha/seal and while you see glimpses of all these parts of him, I felt that he personally was lacking. A Dom would never have left his sub alone after a traumatic event happened to her. He would have seen to her needs and put her first. He is surrounded by brothers that should have done the dirty work for him. He also would have answered her questions to put her at ease (this is something I find wrong with all the men). And I can't believe is that he doesn't tell her and Davey about their father, if he expects honesty from her, he should give it in return. Keeping that information between only the men is wrong. The last thing that leaves me puzzled is why he wouldn't realize that she feels like an outsider with the whole wedding planning. He dropped that ball. Now, Susie does not feel strong enough like a submissive should. She challenges him on little things but not the big ones. I don't feel enough about her.
Now, the great parts about the book. The sex scenes were hot. You'd expect no less from a Silver book. Cord is very much in love with Susie. His insights are what make it believable. The writing was smooth and flowed nicely making it an easy read. I appreciate not having to shake my head and think, "who in the h* ll uses words like tumescent?" The dirty language is perfect and what you should expect when reading erotica style books.
All in all I was pleased with this book and I will stay a Jordan Silver fan. I can't wait for Quinn (he's mine, butterflies) and Devon's stories. I am on pins and needles to see how the stories end. Congratulations Mrs. Silver on another amazing book!
I'm really looking forward to the next story and hopefully getting more insight into Mancini's character. Im also curious as to whether it's going to be Devon or Quinn who ends up with his sister, because I know that's coming. That had to mention her for a reason.