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Leather, Lace and Rock-n-Roll (SEALS, Inc., Book 1) by [Dymond, Mia]
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  • File Size: 588 KB
  • Print Length: 184 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Mia Dymond, via Smashwords (September 26, 2012)
  • Publication Date: September 26, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009JF5ZY8
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(This was written before the book was re-released with the new cover. Aside from that, everything stands as is.) Okay. There were so many things that seemed wrong in this book. At the risk of giving out spoilers-here goes. First,the cover photo with the guy in the suit. In the book, Hawke doesn't wear a shirt buttoned all the way up-ever. I don't usually pay attention to cover photos, but I found that one amusing, it was entirely out of character. (Hawke goes to a formal event and has his shirt unbuttoned all the way? Seriously?) Second, it was hard to gauge how long the time frame was in this book. It seemed to only take a couple of weeks or so, yet house plans were drawn up, okayed, the house started, burned to the ground, and then finished completely. I want their contractors! Hawke is a rock star, yet he never has concerts to perform. Oh yeah, and Hawke has been performing for 20 years? Was he that old? The writing overall was a bit on the sloppy side.You had to get way into the story to find out Hawke and company's back story, and it was just touched on. There were entire conversations that were difficult to follow since I couldn't tell who was saying what. The whole time frame thing again-girls get in car, speak four sentences, arrive at destination. There was also the annoying habit of just dropping stuff into the story-the firefighter who had a history with Rachel that was never really explained. The big confrontation scene where stuff happened, then fast forward and more stuff had happened, someone died, but we don't know how it happened. The whole Max/Cameron thing would have worked well as a secondary story, instead of a stand alone, since almost half the book is between them, but nothing ever happened. The characters seemed immature, and if someone snickered or giggled again, I was going to scream. It was an okay effort, but I don't think I want to read anything else by this author.
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Mia Dymond did a fabulous job with this book and it was no doubt a great debut! I discovered Mia Dymond via Smashwords a while back and have been a loyal fan ever since!

Reviewer, J. Legacy, provided a great summary description of 'Leather, Lace and Rock-n-Roll' and did great justice to it so I won't repeat it. What I will say is that this book was very entertaining. The characters were well developed as well as the plot and storyline. The pacing was good and I also enjoyed the little suspense that was provided in the story. It helped move the story along and I especially loved the romance and sizzling tension between Rachael and Jayden. An added plus that I highly enjoyed was the humor, especially the banters between secondary characters Max & Cameron! If you liked their constant banters in this story, you will love them in Outspoken Angel! It was one of my faves out of Mia Dymond's Navy SEALS series. Overall, 'Leather, Lace and Rock-n-Roll was a great debut for Mia Dymond. It was fun and sexy with a touch of humor to keep the reader entertained. Therefore, I would highly recommend this if you are looking for a good story to pass the time!

Here's the series in order:

Navy SEALS series:
1. Leather, Lace, and Rock-n-Roll (Jaydon & Rachael)
2. Outspoken Angel (Max & Cameron)
3. Freaky by Nature (Brett & Holly)
4. Tightly Wound (Shadow & Claire)
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I was curious about the SEAL tie-in to a rock band. It didn't work. In fact, i'm not sure that the author has ever met a SEAL. The characters were completely wrong..."Hawk's thighs burnt as he tried to match Max's stride". This was during a dash across a parking lot. This would have been a piece of cake for anyone in the military, let alone a extensively trained SEAL. His behavior during the entire book was of a spoiled, very immature acting, very young person. Max was supposed to be the Captain of a special SEAL's team, and yet played doorman security most of the time. The timeline on the house was also ridiculous. He goes to her office 1 day, they are asking for approval to build the next day (that interaction made no sense whatsoever) and then it burns two days later?

The biggest issue was that the characters did not behave in a way that made them believable. Too many inconsistencies to list. Interactions often became just a series of one-liners.
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From the moment Rachel and Cameron flash their "goods" in a ploy to get backstage at a Jaydon Hawke concert and then the ensuing "wardrobe malfunction" scene I was hooked. Leather, Lace and Rock-n-Roll was sexy, had great, funny as heck dialogue, hot guys, musicians and SEALS. I think it's pretty much got all the bases covered.

Sexy Jaydon Hawke is a world class rock star. He's also an active Navy SEAL. He's like a super sexy singing James Bond. His profession as a musician allows him and his team to travel the world and infiltrate any situation at will. It was a novel approach and I loved the set up. Using women to get information has become Hawke's modus operandi and Rachel Newbury is about to be on the receiving end of Hawke's considerable charm.

Initially suspecting Rachel of being in cahoots with a known terrorist, Hawke's plan was to get close to Rachel to pump...errr get the information he needs to prove her innocence or guilt. But it soon became evident that Rachel was innocent and Hawke had bitten off more than he can chew when he falls hard for the brainy and beautiful architect, who unlike every other female on planet Earth didn't throw herself at the famous Jaydon Hawke.

There is a great supporting case in Leather, Lace and Rock-n-Roll and in my opinion Cameron Tremaine and Max Sterling actually stole the show. Cameron is Rachel's best friend and business partner. She is a super little spark plug. Sassy, blonde, built and hell on wheels. She's like a feisty, little terrier who won't back down from any challenge or threat. Her interactions with Hawke's head of security Max Sterling (make that Captain Sterling as in head of the SEAL team) were some of the funniest in the book, super sexually charged and so fun to read.
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