Seal Reed Tucker doesn't believe in commitment, until he tangles the sheets with one hot pilot, Delaney O'Connell. His phobia against commitment is challenged when his best friend asks Delaney to marry him first.
As a helicopter pilot for the 160th Night Stalkers, Delaney knows the risks of loving a SEAL. When her lover's friend loses an arm in battle, she can't refuse his marriage proposal when he's already lost so much. In love with one man, pledged to marry another, she's torn.
Tuck and Delaney must come to grips with the happiness they owe themselves and the happiness of their friend who has lost so much.
©2013 Elle James (P)2014 Elle James
The setting and story were fairly interesting. I love romance, but the battle scenes and descriptions of the gear, tactics, and situations in Afganistan were probably the most interesting. You can only read so many romance novels set in a big city office, or a small town. This was refreshing in that way. It was just too short, a little more character development would have done wonders for this story. It seemed like the main characters met and hung out a few times and suddenly were in love. There was just not enough time to let anything real develop. The ending was predictable yet surprising at the same time. If I could I'd give it 3.5 stars, but since I can't 3 stars!
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