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I love Cat Johnson's books, especially her military romances, but although this book was one of her well-written, introspective jaunts into a special operative's mind, it wasn't long enough. I wanted more details about the rescue, less self-castigation over regrets "I should have stayed home" and “I should have convinced her to stay home” were oft repeated.
I wanted more about the switch between the warrior at home to capable SEAL and his team donning their "armor" and heading out to fix the problem.
Story Line: This world isn't safe. Here and especially overseas. This story should have been at least partially about well-trained people being there when it counted, but it felt like someone — an editor perhaps — had gutted the story... taking out the important bits about the training, the well-executed plans, the capable people and their years of experience. The details we got were summed up with a few sentences scattered around conversations in which we learn that a replacement for the hero would take at least 8-10 years of training and how harshly he dealt with his date with the heroine the day after sleeping with her because he is afraid to admit his feelings for her and also succumb to his father's wishes to marry her and cement a bond between to families.
Not to mention we only find out that the "negotiations" to release the hostages fell through after the team is already rescuing the women — all from the POV of the heroine.
Where was the whole "GAPS" mission preview? This book seemed to be only about how they would finally get their financing. A preamble at best. But it still would have been good to have more details on what they are capable of for future books.
Just my reader's opinion... I still really like the story enough to read it through, not putting it down until I was done.
He reconnects with Missy Greenwood, daughter of Senator Greenwood as part of the deal before he calls it off and confesses to Missy what he had considered doing to her at the urging of his father.
Missy has a three month teaching trip planed to Nigeria and about a month in she and another teacher and twenty-four students are kidnapped by local terrorists. Missy finds out what it means to be Saved by a SEAL when Zane and two teams of SEALs come to rescue of both the teachers and the students.
The ending came with a surprise that makes this a love story worth reading.