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- Print Length: 1007 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075C8LJKJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,926 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
SEAL Mountain Man (A Navy SEAL Brotherhood Romance) Kindle Edition
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I received an ARC for an honest review.
I loved this story with steamy scenes and a few surprises that come into play while they are on the island. But what I most enjoyed is what happened with Kelli, his one night stand, near the end regarding Taylor...not what I expected and I LOVED that little surprise on the beach. There were a few surprises during this read, when I thought something would happen one way the author took it another....which I LOVED and it made the read stand out that much more but also more enjoyable. I melted for Elijah, his growing up and maturing, coming to terms with his past and his dad and how he treated Taylor and stood up for her. Taylor, a kind, compassionate woman who was willing to sacrifice her happiness for Elijah and really listened when others talked, not judging and wanting to be there for everyone....loved this read!
*I voluntarily reveiwed an ARC of this book*
Thankfully, what's inside this book is a great read.
There are other elements that come up in this story, and honestly, revealing too much ruins the beauty of the storytelling this author has so eloquently written.
This is the story of Elijah and Taylor, both finding their place in the world. They are dealing with a loss, but they are dealing with them very differently. Elijah lost his father. His father was a drunk abusive man who was brutal with both his words and fists. While Taylor was dealing with the loss of her brother in the service, and is now grieving the recent loss of her father—a family man who everyone knew to be a wonderful man.
With the recent deaths in their family, both are driven back to their childhood homes in Hawaii. And there, they reconnect. Reconnect because they knew each other. Elijah had served with Taylor's brother, and Taylor had always had a crush on Elijah while growing up.
I loved the character development in this story. I loved how Elijah is one way when the story starts and is completely different by the time to story reaches its end. And we are graced with seeing every change along the way. And Taylor is a very strong character and absolutely perfect for him. She's patient yet strong with a very giving heart.
The relationships in this story are beautiful. All of them. Between couples, families, nosy neighbors, and client/patients. They are each different and each are critical to helping Elijah find his way in the world. And, yes, the heat is very high between Elijah and Taylor.
Overall, it's a wonderful story and the author does a fabulous job of showing Elijah's evolution without rushing it along. You see as each layer is pulled back, and you experience all the emotions along the way. Definitely recommended.
/I received a copy of this book from the author/publisher. This did not affect my opinion of the book or content of my review./
Taylor is coming back home after living in New York to work with the vets there and tie up her loose ends as well. With her father and brother gone, she has nothing left but her house and the memories inside. Her return to Molokai is bittersweet, because as happy as those memories are, they still can't replace the brother she lost to the war and the father she lost to depression.
Elijah was Taylor's brother's best friend and they meet again unexpectedly and sparks fly between the two. Unable to stay away from each other, they embark on a journey to catch up, but end up doing a lot more than that. But will their individual guilt about hooking up with each other keep them apart? Or will it draw them closer? Will Elijah get the closure he needs when he goes back home to deal with his father's affairs? There are a few plot twists that happen that definitely keep you guessing about how the story will end, but this is a definite must read!
I do feel though, that the title doesn't necessarily match the story though, and should have been given to Xander's story.
*I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book*