Navy SEAL Luke Paulsen, on the verge of PTSD stemming from the death of his fiancée and a brutal tour overseas, knows he is damaged goods and unsuitable for relationships. While paying respects to a fallen comrade, he is unprepared for the chemical attraction he feels for the carefree dark-haired beauty playing in the surf one evening.
Julie Christensen befriends the troubled SEAL, motivated by her yearning to soothe the young man's troubled soul. Fueled by intense mutual desire, they succumb to one night of mind-numbing passion. Afterwards, he is unable to shed the memory of his lost love and disappears.
When they meet again at a wedding that will forever bring their two families together, their passion and longing for one another forces them to confront their pasts in order to find a future together.
But soon the trauma of his service separates them. Julie goes back to teaching and Luke deploys for North Africa with SEAL Team 3. Upon his return, he received a frantic call that Julie's life is in danger. Will be make it in time to save the woman he now knows he wants to marry and spend the rest of his life with?
©2014 Sharon Hamilton (P)2014 Sharon Hamilton
The way JD Hart makes the characters come to life for me
How Luke realized he needed help with his PTSD so he could be with Julie.
It just as good as his others. I loved the nurse she cracked me up. He always has one voice that craps me in the books he narrates and just makes me smile
If you have listened to Sharon's other books you really should they are all great
Absolutely marvellous storytelling
Everything from the way Sharon Hamilton handled PTSD in a sensible and sensitive way. To the very sensual romantic plot and the wonderful interaction between the other SEALs and JD Hart's amazing narration .
The very romantic scene in the trailer i loved that. I fact there was so many good scenes that i kept stopping and starting to listen again and again
Gorgeous SEAL , falling in love and helping him on the road to recovery
I absolutely loved the way that JD Hart's beautiful voice brought Sharon Hamilton's words so vividly to life for our enjoyment. They have a wonderful understanding of conveying action and romance which is a delight to listen too.
books are my drug of choice :D
Exciting, fun, passionate
There is no comparison, each book has it's own unique flavour, even in the SEAL Brotherhood Series.
Yes, I did listen to all of his work for Sharon Hamilton. He has the ability to turn something great into awesome bringing something special to each book.
Extreme? No. I went thru a whole range of emotions... laughter, tears, excitement, anger, fear
Loved this book about Luke and his love, Julie. Very passionate tale of a man finding his soul mate who will help him heal.
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Woah, Luke… moody much! So intense, but then again, there are two good reasons for it and they both include loss of life. Poor guy, he’s drowning and needs someone to lend him a hand. That hand comes in the form of the beautiful Julie.
Luke is a difficult guy and can run hot and cold in a heartbeat and JD amazingly plays out those highs and lows giving a realistic performance that almost makes you forget “it’s not real!”
Again Sharon commands the stage robbing the reader of reason and reality getting lost in her amazing SEAL world AND I LOVE IT! I really am a SEAL gal. The amazing bedroom scenes will make you need to clear your throat a few times but the PAIN, the pain is so real in this book. SEALS, well, all military personnel who put their life on the line for “innocents” have me in awe and I salute each and every one of them. The minute Sharon puts pen to paper bringing these amazing warriors and their equally “cojonudas” ladies, I’m a goner. Sharon hasn’t failed me yet and I don’t think she ever will. The SEAL Brotherhood Series is a job so well done and it helps me escape the reality that sometimes drowns me and gives me the boost I need to get through the day adding hope and beautiful dreams.
On the LOL side of things, Sharon is getting funnier there is always a pinch of humour in all her books, and in Chapter 21 and Chapter 25 regarding Brandon (Kyle’s son) I really laughed. It started with a spoon then went on to break time at school, all I can say is “How’s it hanging little man?” I guess you’ll have to read it so you can enjoy it too!
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