- File Size: 1991 KB
- Print Length: 274 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1941002242
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: H.O.T. Publishing, LLC (September 27, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 27, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01ICBUX50
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,391 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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HOT SEAL Rescue (HOT SEAL Team - Book 3) Kindle Edition
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If you're familiar with the world of All Things HOT, you know that there's going to be a smokin' HOT (yeah, pun intended, so sue me) man and an awesome, strong woman taking center stage in this story. And you also know by now that there will be some violence, and otherwise nefarious shenanigans going on - either right up front, or in the background (depending on the plot). If you're lucky, the nefarious goings on will somehow involve the infamous Ian Black.
He pops up in many of the HOT books, and it's always a treat, because you never really know exactly what this guy's deal is. Is he a rogue CIA agent? Is he deep, DEEP under cover? Is he just a jerk who turned mercenary and is only interested in making money? Over the course of the books, you get different views of him, but you just still aren't sure, and that's kinda what I love about him. I'm a sucker for a good Anti Hero ("Good" Anti Hero? See what I did there?), what can I say?
Ian isn't the main character in HOT Seal Rescue, but it's just so much fun to see him show up. I'm always happy to see him, but I think in this story we kind of get a deeper hint of his relationship with the CIA. It's natural that he should be in this book, since Miranda (the female lead) is a CIA Agent and interestingly, she's in something of a similar situation to Ian: Miranda's been deep under cover and been betrayed; the word went out that she had gone rogue.... sounds familiar, doesn't it?
But Miranda doesn't seem to be in as deep as Ian. She can still get out of her situation, wrap up her case, and get her life back, but Ian? That doesn't seem possible. His interaction with Miranda felt very revealing and important.
Cody, AKA "Cowboy", is an all-around good guy, and it's sweet how he wants to protect Miranda. I was kind of frustrated with his stubborn anger at Miranda, since he acknowledges that she was acting according to her orders, just like he was. I felt like his insistence that she should have trusted him enough to go against those orders after knowing him for only about 48 hours was a bit childish, to be honest. I suppose if he wasn't angry at her it would take away a key feature of their tension... and having that flaw makes him human. A stubborn Alpha Male who thinks the woman he's sweet on should have trusted him with her life after sleeping together once? It fits with the kind of ego a SEAL like him would have, but holy cow, man! Let it go! It's nice that it wasn't taken to the extreme though. Cody is still a laid-back sweetheart, and that's what I love about him. He's secure enough to accept Miranda as an Agent in her own right, but he still gets twitchy about her actually facing danger. Typical, double-standard man-think. LOL
In the beginning of the book Miranda "betrays" Cody, but that's kind of misleading. I'll let you read it to decide for yourself (because spoilers are so rude, don't you agree?), but I didn't see it as betraying him at all. It was Cody's reaction to what happened that made my heart ache for him. It's a big reason I loved the big lug.
OK, so the book is a LOAD of fun, I was Fangirling (yes, I made it a Verb) over Ian's appearance, and it was super fun to see some of the other HOT guys (and girls) from other books. HOT Seal Rescue was a whole lot of fun, with action, adventure, and a good dose of steam. If you've read any of Miss Harris' "HOT" books, you're going to definitely enjoy this one. If you haven't read of them, you can jump in with this one and enjoy it without all the backstory, but it definitely has more punch if you've already visited the HOT world.
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