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This is a bit short, but rather a sweet book number two in Hot SEALs series.
Zane and Missy are fun, energetic, and adorable together. Zane, the horn-dog, finally finds his match, the one who understands him, and accepts him with all his falls, Missy, his childhood friend. There is a bit uphill and drama, until the HEA, but who expected for Zane just to give up his 'love-them-and-leave-them' days. There is a lot of focus on comparing Missy to Zane's previous women, but just to highlight, how different Missy is from the others.
The action in the story is more about avoiding the bite of a shark-like father of Zane's. The rescue mission is short lived, the action left into understanding that it had happened.
It was a good story for all fans of romance, military and SEALs ~ Three spoons
Zane is the playboy of the this particular group of SEALs. When we meet up with him here, he's trying to make a deal with his dad without selling his soul. He vacillates, between taking one for the team, standing up to his father, and doing right by Missy.
Missy is an old childhood acquaintance who has always had a crush on Zane. Through the passage of a decade, Zane sees her with new eyes. When she becomes a hostage in Nigeria, he realises he has to make a choice.
I enjoyed this book; I just wish it was a bit longer and had a little more on Zane and his dad. All in all, a very enjoyable read.
Not a bad read and I would love to read Jon and Brody's story.