I don't recognize the damaged woman in the mirror staring back at me: platinum-blond hair, blood-red lips and nails, curves laced up in the finest lingerie. I have transformed into a bombshell to exonerate my brother, United States Navy SEAL Joaquín Cruz. He's been languishing in a jail cell for the past six months, accused of a murder he didn't commit, his honorable career as a SEAL ruined, his spirit crushed.
I've gone undercover as a stripper to entertain the men of SEAL Team Seven. I've given up my acting career, my dreams, my home, everything, in order to free Joaquín and discover the truth.
But I didn't count on having to conceal my identity from my ex-boyfriend, Navy SEAL Grant Carrion. The man I lost my virginity to was caught up in an endless web of sins and temptations, unable to escape from his demons.
As I strip down to my lingerie and dance for Grant, I know that every humiliating moment will be worth my sacrifice if I can give my brother his life back. And maybe I can find a way back to Grant's heart.
©2014 Alana Albertson (P)2015 Alana Albertson
The only flaw I see with this is the length of this "book". If the author is planning to do a mini series they shouldn't take 7 months to release the next few chapters.
Aside from that it is a very good story and love the male narrators voice!
For a novella it ranks right up there. It grabbed me from the beginning.
Can't say without giving the story away. You'll just have to read it for yourself.
I love listening to audio books as much as I love reading the written word. The difference is that when I read I'm guilty of skipping ahead but you just don't do it when you listen to a book, it makes your hang on every word and I liked the interpretation of these two narrators.
Yes when I realised that I would have to wait until the next book comes out to find out what the heck is going to happen aaarrrtgggghhhh! I hate that.
Love the way this author sucks you in with strong but vulnerable characters that may not be totally broken but they sure as hell are bent. You don't necessarily like these characters but you get them and you can empathise even if they can't.
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