SEAL's Desire - Elle James

SEAL's Desire

By Elle James

  • Release Date: 2014-06-05
  • Genre: Military
SEAL's Desire book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 21 Ratings)

SEAL's Desire Elle James Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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  • Seals desire

    5
    By IPMPH
    Great characters,romantic, I would recommend this series for all those who love a romantic thriller.
  • Seal's desire...

    4
    By Reader.....
    A bit predictable on the story....... The first book kept you in suspense. The whole story happens like in a few days beside them waiting for a year, before he get back home. Hope book 3 is better. 🔫
  • Can you ever go back?

    4
    By awog
    Navy SEAL Remy LaDue and Mitchell Sanders have a complicated relationship. They slept together once, a year ago or so after her boyfriends funeral. He was also a Navy SEAL and Remy's buddy. Their attraction has not fizzled out and the heat is still very much there. Remy is just trying to hold Mitch to a Valentine pact they made one another. It is rare he is even in the country, much less available for holidays. He goes looking for Mitch - only to discover she is already involved in a human trafficking ring and is dancing at a men's club trying to find her friend and co-worker who was kidnapped. Mitch knows she and Remy need to talk about that night. She also knows, she cannot resist him. He is everything she has ever wanted. She was going to break up with her boyfriend right around the time he died. It makes things so much more complicated and adds that much more guilt to her plate. So many surprises in store in this book! Lot's of hot guys with hard bodies and even a little take down involved. Remy and Mitch seem meant to be and their characters are fun and sexy to read. This is book # 2 in the Take No Prisoners series. ***This ARC edition was given free from Netgalley.com and the publisher for review purposes. My honest opinion is not a reflection on Netgalley, nor its affiliates.

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