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Saved by the SEAL (Battle Scars) by [Gardin, Diana]
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"I couldn't put this book down. Hot, intense, funny and suspenseful all at once. Loved it!"
-Jo Raven, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

"With her usual charm and engaging storytelling Diana Gardin has once again proved why she's my new go-to author."
- #1 New York Times bestselling author Rachel Van Dyken on Last True Hero

"LAST TRUE HERO is the perfect escape. Diana Gardin is a fresh new voice in contemporary romance."
-Lia Riley, author of With Every Breath

About the Author

Diana Gardin is a wife of one and a mom of two. Writing is her second full time job to that, and she loves it! Diana writes contemporary romance in the Young Adult and New Adult categories. She's also a former Elementary school teacher. She loves steak, sugar cookies, and Coke and hates working out.

Product Details

  • File Size: 902 KB
  • Print Length: 353 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1455594741
  • Publisher: Forever Yours (March 8, 2016)
  • Publication Date: March 8, 2016
  • Sold by: Hachette Book Group
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01AGR87C4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #184,571 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
Grisham is a great guy, “I guess that’s a decision we’ll have to make together. But damn, girl. The way you were just now… it was hot. You’re hot. And being with you does something crazy to me… every time we’re together. So, yeah, I plan on getting physical with you at some point. But not like this. I’m a effing disaster tonight.” Grisham doesn't understand his woman's love for Christmas but he just goes with it, “yeah. You mean the day after Thanksgiving? When you drenched this entire house and the firm with green and red? Yeah, angel, I got it. I’m up.” I really enjoyed this book I loved Grisham.
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Format: Kindle Edition
Disclaimer: ARC received in exchange for an honest review.

Upon receiving this ARC, I decided that I wanted, scratch that needed to read the series in order, because really, I'm just that kind of girl. So I picked up Last True Hero, the first book in the "Battle Scars" series, and, OH HOT DAMN. I couldn't put it down. Dare and Berkeley? SIGH. And then came the crippling fear: how was I going to love anyone as much as I loved these two? Well, in Diana Gardin's obviously talented hands, my fears were wildly unwarranted.

In Last True Hero, Grisham was a mostly likable, occasionally lovable, secondary character; but, he was an obstacle to the relationship I was so rooting for. To have him be the protagonist in Saved by the SEAL, the next novel in the "Battle Scars" series, created an opportunity for readers of the series to draw (occasionally biased) comparisons between Grish and his predecessor. But fear not, because Grisham can stand on his own (pun somewhat intended). The parts of Grisham I appreciated in Last True Hero remained, but, in Saved by the SEAL, he is fleshed out (is he ever fleshed out--*fans self*), fully becoming a leading man in his own right. Simply put, SA-WOOOOON. Seriously, the sappy grin that was on my face for the majority of this book was downright embarrassing (serves me right for reading in public).

Grisham and Greta sizzle, both stepping into the limelight from the periphery, the relationship between the two causing mutual growth for the characters, as they come to realize that being in a committed relationship is not a hindrance but natural progression. Even though Grisham is a decorated military hero, Greta saved him as much as he saved her.
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This is the 2nd book in this series. We meet Grisham in book 1. He a Seal but has scares and a missing limb to prove it . But he saves Greta and himself when he saves her in the ocean. Greta is a fun characters - with family issues that makes for problems. This book has it all hot military hero - strong females and suspense through out the book. They both find happy endings in the end of this fun book.

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3.5 Stars, 3 flames
Grisham just wants to be the hero in someone else's story and Greta has had her share of them. Coming back from war missing a part of you will change anybody. It has been a long road for Grisham and he is finally accepting who he is now. Greta just wants to be there for her family since it is too much of a job for her father.
Saved by the Seal is book 2 in the Battle Scars series by Diana Gardin. This book can be read alone with some characters from the first book making an appearance. With any good military romance there is going to be a battle with the demons they had faced in their past as well as learning to cope being a civilian once again. Diana Gardin has done a great job so far with this book.
What I loved about this book was that it was light yet had an equal amount of suspense to keep you glued to the pages. Literally, I read this book in a few short hours which does not happen with an 350 page book. Character development is also a plus when dealing with military men because you just want them to see how amazing they really are. Loved that Greta is a chef and wants to make her own way despite her fathers best efforts to provide (in my opinion bribe) for her.
What I liked about Saved by the Seal was the supporting characters as they brought new dimensions to Gardin's characters. The Beach. I'm a beach bum at heart and when reading a book surrounded by the beach has an instant place in my heart. And, I liked see how even though Grisham and Greta both had a 'broken home' it did not stop them from enjoying life.
What I didn't like was the fact that Greta was looking for a way for Grisham to let her down. She is a strong character who knew what she wanted and how she was going to take it.
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Format: Kindle Edition
4.5 grits covered stars

Saved by the Seal is the second book in the Battle Scars series, but rest assured this book is a great read that was easily loved without reading the first book. (I read them out of order.)

In this book, Gardin reunites us with a wonderful cast of characters that you met in Last True Hero but Grisham and Greta take center stage. Let me just say, I was in love with Grisham by the end of the first chapter! He is a wounded Navy Seal and tortured hero. Grish is struggling to cope after the amputation of his leg and trying to figure out where he fits into the world post-military. His body is covered in real scars but a good deal of the time, the battlefield is in his mind. He's convinced that's he's damaged goods. But when he sees a woman drowning, his impulse is to save. He rushes headlong into danger and reveals himself to be the hero he thinks was lost.

Greta met Grisham a couple years ago when she was roommates with his best friend and unrequited love. She's always had a thing for the sexy sailor but she's certain they will never be more than friends. She accepts that and moves on. Her life hasn't been easy but she's a girl that keeps her face to the sun. When Grisham saves her life that day on the beach, he breathed new life into her and now, she's returning the favor by showing him all he still has to offer. Greta is fiesty but kind of shy and honestly, I kind of loved her! She's an incredible match to cocky but sweet Grisham.

There's also a little bit of a twist to the book that puts Greta in danger and thrusts Grisham back into hero status. It also reminds the reader that preparation is the key to prevention and we can be our own heroes!

I loved this book!
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