"If we die here, I'd rather not be found naked," She smiled at Ty.
He reached a hand up and pushed his thumb across her cheek, "You won't die here. Not today."
Léonie nodded, "I know. I believe you."
The Romancing the SEAL Box Set includes all books (1, 2, 3) of the trilogy.
Ty is an American Navy SEAL whose job takes him far and wide. On mission overseas, he finds himself brought into action when a devastating bomb hits the local children's hospital. Is it fate that brings together Ty and Leonie, a nurse, in such terrible circumstances?
Together the fight for survival brings them together, an unlikely romance. However, what will the future hold for the pair and is this the first test for romancing a SEAL?
©2016 Abigail Austin (P)2016 Abigail Austin
Overall an entertaining and enjoyable story. Sometimes you find love in the most unlikely of places. Romance, action, suspense and a HEA. Emotions run high when your in an intense life threatening situation.
Ty was a interesting and believable character. A hot alpha Navy Seal that has some flaws. Leonie was also an interesting and believable character. The ups and downs their relationship went through made their relationship much more believable and normal. You can't take things for granted. Misunderstandings, pride, jealousy can kill even the best relationships.
Barbara Nevins Taylor did a good job with the narration. This is the first time I have listened to her narrate a book. Pleasant voice. Good character voices. Clearly spoken. Her French accent wasn't always consistent. Sometimes it was very thick other times it was not. Although when her French accent was thicker it was believable. She sounded just like many of my extended family members who are French.
Chapter 4 towards the end of the chapter repeated lines. Some static in the background during chapter 19.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher.
Ty, the male lead and a Navy Seal, is on a mission overseas trying to deal with the affects
of a bomb hitting a children's hospital.
The story starts off with a BANG, literally, and moves at a fast pace.
The author has created an entertaining book, a well developed plot as well as characters.
Overall, a Good Read, filled with Action, Suspense, Romance, and a Hot Hero...
I look forward to other novels by the author and narrator.
Barbara Nevins Taylor did really well with the narration.
"This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."
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I don't ever remember anyone actually being referred to as a SEAL, but I may have missed a reference. But, it was packed with action and in an unlikely setting for finding true love. Amidst bombs and death, he saves her and she shows a courageous and caring heart. What I didn't like was the future jump that didn't give any reason for his complacency and indifference. After having complete, single-minded devotion, he became an ass. Like, huh? But all's well that ends well and the book kept my interest from start to finish.
Narration was good except the french accent was, at times, inconsistent in it's accuracy
All in all, worthy of Two Thumbs Up.
Enjoy reading fiction, thrillers (JD Robb), romance, military and comedy (Evanovich). Listen to Audiobooks on treadmill and long road trips!
Wasn't sure how this one was going to end, but it was pretty good. Characters needed a little more depth. Narrator was decent (though not a fan of the French accent!)
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