Tex gave everything he had to his country and his SEAL teammates. When an IED took away part of his leg, and his career, he devoted himself to his country and friends from behind his computer. He's always been the man that can find anyone, that uses his computer skills, legal and illegal, to keep people safe and to put the bad guys behind bars.
But behind a computer is a lonely place to be. While he might put on a good front, Tex can't help but feel he's missing out when he sees how happy his friends are. But when the woman he's been talking to online for the last six months suddenly disappears without a word, Tex knows it's time to step up and use his skills for himself this time.
Protecting Melody is the seventh book in the SEAL of Protection series. It can be heard as a standalone, but it's recommended you hear the books in order to get maximum enjoyment out of the series.
©2015 Susan Stoker (P)2015 Susan Stoker
Love the story line, love the military and show the bond of brothers and dedication. Tooooo much open bedroom for me (I fast forward through that) but love the story line the characters. And yes cried when the dog thought died and the devotion between marines.
Cause Tex finally got a woman too
She does an amazing job of bringing the characters to life for me
I've adored Tex throughout this series and was thrilled when he finally got his own story. It's fitting he is the last of the team to get his women and it's also fitting he found her online. I've adored this series even though I'm late finishing it. I was actually waiting for the audio versions to all be out so I could finish the series the way I started it listening to it. I'm glad this series has whispersync though as I couldn't just wait to finish by listening to it. I had to read the last few chapters.
Another amazing read by this author and I look forward to reading many more great stories in the worlds she has created for us.
I think this seal book was more suspenseful then the others. I loved it!!
The narrator was awesome on all the seals books. She is really good at changing her voice for the different characters.
Yes. The narration was diverse in pitch so I could distinguish between the characters. Overall, the story was good and I liked what each character brought to the story.
This is my first Audible Susan Stoker book, so I'm unable to compare.
Tex. I loved his southern "twang."
I have no idea.
Military romantic fiction is one of my favorite genres to read, so I gave Protecting Melody a chance.
What I liked about this story was Tex's perspective. He overcomes insecurity about his disability and though his challenges are convincing, he's also an attractive hero.
Since Tex was so appealing I wanted to like Melody. I DID like Melody. Her emotions really made me nervous for her. The situation that caused her to run was a terrific twist.
However...I couldn't connect with the villain. I would have liked to have known more about what motivated the villain, but I felt the villian's motives were just glazed over. If Protecting Melody had a more convincing villain, I think it could have seriously brought the suspense several notches higher.
Other than the villian, I enjoyed this love story.
Laurie Kozlowski www.bookescapereviews.wordpress.com
the storyline could have been sweet and innocent if the foul language had been left out, and if you like books that have strong sex in this book...
Yes I like her voice
If the guy wasn't so demanding I almost thought he was the stalker he was very pushy and demanding
I loved this book..John's (Tex) story is my second favorite of the series (Cookie was my favorite.
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