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Fall Out: Navy SEAL contemporary romance (SEALs Undone series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Story starts out really slow, once Annie enters the picture thinks jump into hyper mode. During their breakfast discussion, Drew and Annie talk about her trip to Washington DC and who she will interview, all of a sudden the whole "picture" pops up in Drew's head and they take off in a hurry to park the car and phones in a underground lot and then disappear on a bus. Drew turns into super sleuth and again sitting in a coffee shop, they dart out the back when police and men in suits arrive...Then off to a Caribbean island they go, now Drew is a SEAL, they don't get to just call in sick and disappear. Once on the island, and yes Rick is a super spy, but now all of a sudden the Senator knows what is going on but not the who or the why, but he is open about the fact that his son is Annie's nephew. The story has an HEA with Annie and Drew, but still left open is the who and why was she targeted and what did the "who" want with the senator?
I wish the Author had taken more time to smooth out the story line, parts were very jumpy, rough and full of holes. Parts very disjointed and made no sense. Another 100 pages or so, would have made the difference in the story and rated it a 5 star. The story was different but not smooth enough to be enjoyable. I would recommend if you are going to read this, do it as a free read and don't pay money for it, it would be a huge waste of money.
Anne Martin goes to her brothers best friend whom she has had a crush on since she was a teenager for help. Enters Drew Castle - Nave SEAL who agrees to help solve the problem!!! There are a lot of twists and turns throughout but it was well written and catches & kept my interest. There's action and a love story. What's not to love!!??
I did not feel anything but a 'hook up' vibe from both the main characters and once they did spend the night together, they were both talking about lifetime commitments and families. Just too much too soon and had my eyes rolling more than once.
There were numerous errors where I had to stop and re-read to get the meaning of what the author was trying to say. I also felt like the author was trying to write smut but it was just a little too wholesome. Swearing one minute and then referring to birthday suits and feeding souls in the one paragraph just doesn't work in my opinion.
Not sure if this author is my style. I may try some more of her work down the track.
This was a fun and fast paced novella. I really enjoyed both characters - Annie is a tough girl most of the time but turns to Drew when she has no other options. She is used to going it alone, but feels that loneliness deeply and knowing she can count on Drew and trust him with her life is the first time she's felt any security in a long time. Drew is the typical SEAL - handsome, confident, friendly and oh, so attracted to Annie despite his misgivings. He doesn't believe he can offer her a future, but as they work together to solve a mystery he finds that her trust in him opens up something in his heart that he never expected. The sexual tension between them is a slow build up to their love scenes which as always are well written, emotional and steamy.
Overall I found this story to be an entertaining and fun read, with just the right amount of suspense, action, tension, sex and romance. 4 stars!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was #1 of the Fall series of hunky Navy Seals who know how to take care of their women and families. Anything about Seals is usually very enjoyable. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Mrs. R.
I really enjoyed watching Annie and Drew wade through the mystery that brought them together. Finding love on the run suited them just fine. Read morePublished 16 days ago by SKM
Haven't read it yet. Will update my review when I have read it.Published 3 months ago by Angela Phillips
An unexpected love story with wonderfully strong characters that grip you from the first page. If you love a good military romance, this is the book for you. Read morePublished 4 months ago by fourrd
The heroine is terrible_ ignorant_ exhausting_ not likeable _ whiny and a brat
The story line in it self was okay.
But you can not enjoy it with a air brain for a heroine
An enjoyable military romance by author Zoe York. Filled with excitement and a superb mystery, it doesn't disappoint to say the least.......... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Linda Murphy on
Drew is a Navy Seal who has recently lost his best friend Kevin. He lives day to day never getting close to anyone knowing he'll be leaving soon on another... Read more
If character development, evolution of emotion and smart dialog are important to you.....skip it. Not unreadable, but 'meh'.Published 8 months ago by Jenju
One of Ms. York's favorite words is, "conflate". I believe it is in every one of her books, although I could be wrong (I'm hedging my bet). Read morePublished 9 months ago by rnj1