As a combat hardened Navy SEAL, Thom Grande has fought terrorism around the globe, but he can't fight is his ex-wife. Or her lawyer. Or the alimony payments. Just when he thinks his life can't get any worse, bad luck smacks him up side the head - literally. Now he's got a traumatic brain injury and can't remember his own name. The good news? He can't remember his ex-wife or the woes she's causing him either. Virginia Starr has the worst luck ever with men. But maybe her luck is changing because one hell of a hot man just showed up at her door in the middle of the night. One problem - he can't remember anything, including who he is. The more Ginny sees, the more she realizes, that might not matter all that much. Don't miss the rest of the Hot SEALs series!
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At first I wasn't sure how this story was going to come together, but the way this couple meets was so amazing - I absolutely loved it! Cat Johnson is a master at making the reader/listener feel what her characters are feeling, and these two really deserved to find love so it was a joy to watch their romance unfold. Bravo to the author. I recommend this one and all the HOT SEAL books highly!
Love this series and I could listen to the Craig Jessen talk in my ear again
when Vicki finds Tom in the barn and he thinks she might be an insurgent
Yes I wish I could have
This is a wonderful series by Cat Johnson. If you haven't read the other books be sure and check them out.
I wasn't sure if I'd like this SEAL series but I must say I really, really enjoyed it. I liked Thom's amnesia and his car accident when Ginnie found him nearly frozen in the barn, and the things he remembered and the things he didn't. I liked when Thom had to leave on assignment without telling Ginnie and she thought he'd just snuck off, no goodbye, no nothing, for 3 weeks. There were a few times I just had to laugh out loud at some of the things that were said. Drama and humor, love it.
There was sex in this story but it was NOT erotic, thank goodness. There was swearing and the F-bomb was used 6 times. There was only a HFN in this, but that was good enough.
As to the narration: All the mens voices were spectacular and his emotions were awesome BUT his womens voices were awful. He really needs to practice those.
Cat Johnson writes wonderful stories with romance and a bit of excitement thrown in. Sealed At Midnight is no exception. The story is very well narrated by Mr Jensen. Together, they make my commute almost enjoyable!
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