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- Print Length: 1555 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 3, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07767V5HW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,790 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
SEALed (A Standalone Navy SEAL Romance) (A Savery Brother Book) Kindle Edition
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I'm having a hard time getting into this book. There was a red herring at the beginning of the book when Zack shags🍆🌋 an airline employee in a closet at the airport, while he and SEAL buddy Carson wait to ship out. I guess this scene was to show what an opportunistic manwhore Zack🐺🍆🌋🔫 is.
Then the story jumps to Kelli💋📝, the x military brat, now reporter, being assigned to go to the Congo to interview Navy SEALs. It's quite a ways through the book when Zack🐺🔫🔪 and Kelli💋📝 finally meet.
Kelli💋📝 can't get any traction at The SEALs base. The men have been instructed not to talk to her. How will she get a story?
Unlike most SEAL romances, Zack🐺🔫🔪 is on active duty for a lot of The book and when he meets Kelli💋💃 in the Congo. They both know there is something between them.
The two of them sort of drift through this book. I am having a hard time feeling The 💘Love between them at times because it seems their relationship is too casual. There is also a political undertone to The book, which is understandable, since it actually does involve active SEALs deployed in Africa.
The book needs a lot more editing. In one place Carson calls Zack , Zeke, there are quite a few misspellings, wrong words used, and left out words. It is notable but not completely distracting.
There are no actual sex scenes described in the book, it's all pretty much pg in the bedroom. It is an emotional love💘 story though, because Zack🐺🍆🌋🔫 has never been in 💘love and he doesn't know what 💘 Love is. He just knows that Kelli💋 is the one for him and when he gets out of the SEALs he immediately calls her.
All in all, the book is an interesting read and I recommend!
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Zack, a Texas boy with a love of reading and learning, is known for being the peacekeeper in his platoon. When he's not deployed, he has an apartment in New York, but he's spent more time overseas than not these last several years. It's grueling, and he lives with the chance that he won't make it home. He's never been sorry he joined, however, and is proud of his training as a SEAL. When he hears about a reporter coming, he's not overly happy about it, not with the way the press portrays them. But when he starts talking to Kelli, he realizes she's not there to stake he and his buddies to the ground.
One day, the two end up sleeping together. Turns out, that one day is all they need to want to see each other again. Ten months later, Zack is retired and back home, and doesn't wait very long to call her. Kelli can't believe how she feels about him, and Zack is even more aghast. Those feelings begin to grow deeper than lust, and they spend time trying to really get to know the other. But there's a storm coming, and hurdles to overcome. Can the reporter and the soldier find their way?
In full disclosure, I read this in exchange for an honest review. This is the second book in the Savery Brothers series, but can be read as a complete standalone. I quite enjoyed this one, more than the first one, even. This one tilts more to the "clean and sweet" variety, though doesn't get there completely. Think more like PG-13. The characters are fleshed out, you get a sense of who they are. It's also nice to briefly revisit characters from the first book. Kelli and Zack feel like real people, having experienced very different lives, and having to come to terms with both their pasts and presents, as well as their future. Some of Zack's platoon are pretty rough, and it simultaneously shows on how rough things can get while maybe being a bit much on every one of them being a chauvinistic pig. But then they'd reel it in. All in all, I liked this one.
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This is a very emotional and interesting book.Read more
Not the typical alpha Military Seal romance that burns the pages with graphic scenes.
There's still lots of steam, but not raunchy or graphic.Read more
Kelli is sent on assignment in Congo where she meets SEAL Zack who's been station there.Read more