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She has always felt like her father treated her and her brother like the military men under his command. Basically If and order is given it is to be followed, no questions asked.
So Alexia has made it her mission to avoid all military men when dating. When a second chance meeting happens between these two what is a girl to do? Well have intense sex for the next few days. But when Alexia learns Blake is not only a Navy Seal but that he has served under her father, she cuts all ties and refuses to let Blake back in. But forces will bring these two back together again, and in a way I did not see coming.
This was a really good read that was offered through Harlequin for free. And you also get a peak into what being a Navy Seal must be like.
Also the passion between these two was I look forward to reading Cade Sullivan's story A Seal's Surrender Oct 15, Lauren rated it it was amazing Shelves: Neither of these facts can stop the intense chemistry and steamy passion that sizzles between them. The delightful characters and engaging premise make this a must read despite the inaccuracies in military jargon and protocol.
Their chemistry is off the charts and their banter is sexy and fun, but there is also a more serious and emotional component to their connection. Moreover, they demonstrate the extent to which highly intelligent and capable individuals can be blind to the truth that is right in front of them.
Thankfully, their idiocy is short-lived and even somewhat cute, and their angst ultimately heightens the tension toward the end. View 1 comment. Apr 16, Jessie Potts rated it really liked it Shelves: What it's about: After being ordered on leave, he's looking for something to keep his mind off his last mission. And then we have Alexia Lane, super smart, a bit high maintenance and at times a little annoying.
She's looking for something to light up her body and heart. When the two collide, rules and inhibit What it's about: When the two collide, rules and inhibitions fly out the window. Why you should download it: It's a typical romance that is perfect for reading curled up on a rainy day or one where the pollen count is too high to step foot outside — and for someone who is looking for an escape.
The best part of the book, though, wasn't the bedroom scenes, but the awesome plot and action scenes, especially the kidnapping. If you want a fast-paced romance featuring two lovers who will break their own rules for love and steam, pick it up To see more kindle freebies check out USA Today's HEA Blog http: Apr 15, Laura rated it it was ok Shelves: I have to say, this was pretty much in line with my expectations of Harlequin.
And they're set pretty low. Part of what makes a story good, to me, is believe-ability. This totally lacked that. From the generic lingo sorry, but throwing in a few mentions of BUDs does NOT an authentic SEAL-grounded story make and ridiculous plot, to the conversations between the characters, and the cringe-inducing flowery language in the sex scenes, it made my head hurt. Made me roll my eyes countless times. So while some might have enjoyed this quick, light read, I won't be delving into any more of these books.
Thanks, but no thanks, Harlequin. This title is no longer a pre-order, but it's still free for immediate download: View all 21 comments.
Apr 26, Kate McMurry rated it liked it Shelves: Review of free, Kindle edition of Harlequin Blaze erotic romance Alexia is a beautiful woman in her late 20's who is a brilliant scientist involved in research aimed at helping victims of sexual assault.
She is alienated from her father, who is a harsh, cold Navy admiral who for decades has overseen the training of SEALs, and she is only mildly close with her easygoing, complacent mother.
The most important person in her life is her brother who is her best friend. He is a handsome, Calvin Kl Review of free, Kindle edition of Harlequin Blaze erotic romance Alexia is a beautiful woman in her late 20's who is a brilliant scientist involved in research aimed at helping victims of sexual assault. He is a handsome, Calvin Klein model who is openly gay and is sensitive and supportive toward Alexia.
Alexia has major daddy issues, and as a result is only interested in men whose careers are nothing like her father's. That is, they must not be in the military or involved in classified work that involves keeping secrets from one's family.
When she meets Navy SEAL Blake Landon on the beach, and then later that same night at a local bar, she doesn't realize what he does for a living and doesn't ask because he's gorgeous and she's looking for a good time in bed.
It is only after they have, as total strangers, shacked up and spent days having hour sex that she finally asks him what he does for a living. When he freely tells her, she is as enraged as if he purposely deceived her and throws him out of her house. Blake makes many attempts to get her to reconsider, but Alexia is adamant. As a result of her stubborn determination, Blake assumes he will never see her again. But months later, Alexia's father urgently summons Blake to stage a secret, daring, one-man mission to rescue her from a gang of terrorists who have imprisoned her in a stronghold in the snowbound Alaskan wilderness.
Prior to reading this book, which I obtained as a free Kindle ebook, I hadn't experienced a Harlequin Blaze novel since this line was first introduced in as an offshoot of the Temptation line.
In my perception, the line rapidly evolved into typical stories such as heroines running sex-toy shops or hotels dedicated to sexual fantasies, and all the heroines seem to be single gals on the make--which is the case with this book's heroine.
Unfortunately, now as back then, a heroine whose major story goal is to find a hunky guy who is a "good lay" isn't my particular cup of tea. This quote from the hero Blake pretty much sums up the entire philosophy of the Blaze line: That's not just physical.
Once or twice, sure. But days on end? That's a connection Sometimes a once-in-a-lifetime kind of connection. I personally couldn't get into the sex scenes in this book. They were top-heavy at the beginning of the book when the protagonists knew nothing about each other, and descriptions of mindless interactions between body parts doesn't do anything for me.
I prefer romance over sheer sex. The main part of this book that I found interesting was when Blake rescues Alexia from terrorists. That is, I liked the actual rescue and how he pulled it off, but the premise for her being a target of terrorists seemed cartoonishly improbable to me. I also had problems with the heroine. I read and review a lot of young-adult fiction, and Alexia reminds me of the classic YA character of the beautiful, cheerleader, Mean Girl.
As such, Alexia is not a particularly sympathetic character. I found Blake much more appealing and interesting. He was raised in a trailer park and joined the Navy the day after he graduated from high school. In the decade or so since then, he has risen to the rank of lieutenant, and he is a decorated SEAL with the skills of radioman and linguist. I have recently been rereading many of Suzanne Brockmann's SEAL novels from the late 's and early 's which have been re-released in Kindle format.
There is no comparison in quality between her treatment of SEALs and this book's version. For my taste anyway, it is much better done, and the romance is very moving and emotionally charged. I rate this book as follows: Apr 20, K. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I thoroughly love romances in which one of the characters is in the military. But 3 stars is all I could give it, and really I'm leaning towards 2.
This was a freebie on site and a quickie. I didn't mind the plot though it was a bit farfetched speaking as an Army brat. And the sex scenes were quite steamy. The book starts off with Blake's grieving over a fallen comrade, but the a I thoroughly love romances in which one of the characters is in the military. The book starts off with Blake's grieving over a fallen comrade, but the author never goes in to detail as to HOW he actually grieves and manages to get over his friend's death.
Once Blake meets Alexia the second time, his depression all but disappears. The romance moved extremely too fast. I'm noticing a trend in authors that don't want to develop in-depth plot lines: I'm all for fantasy, that's part of the allure of reading romances, BUT: Impossible and as I've mentioned before in previous reviews, I'm highly gullible.
Instead of developing a credible romance, which this book had so much to potential to be, the author got lazy and haphazardly mashed various of subplots together. The book never really came together for me and I ended up disliking Alexia because of her inability to not give a damn about her unsupportive family. As much as she tried to be independent, she kept coming back to take more crap from her mother and father.
And Blake just didn't seem fully developed for me. We saw a little bit of his vulnerabilities, but not enough - too much focus was on Alexia. Note for the author: Decent read but probably won't read any more from the author unless the book is free. Good book. Blake is a SEAL who is very good at what he does.
When a mission ends badly he and his team are ordered to take leave. Blake prefers to be busy, so the time with nothing to do gives him too much time to think and remember the loss of his friend. When he meets Alexia on the beach, they immediately connect.
They don't exchange much in the way of personal information, but their other exchanges are smoking hot. Alexia has come back to California for a research job. It also puts her closer Good book. It also puts her closer to her family, including her by-the-book admiral father. They barely speak, and when they do it's usually to argue.
Alexia has a mind of her own and her father's controlling attitude always rubs her wrong. She is also very big on communication, and growing up there was very little of that going on.
She swears she will never get involved with a military man because of it. She finds out when her father tries to set them up. She's furious, thinking that Blake had purposely hidden who and what he was, and ends things right there. Fast forward eight months. She hasn't been able to forget him, and Blake is constantly thinking about her.
Then he gets tagged for a special rescue mission, only to discover that it's Alexia that has been captured by a terrorist. The rescue mission and its aftermath are eyeopeners for both of them.
I loved Alexia's conversation with her mother about life as a military wife - so true. And Blake learns how the support of someone you love can make you stronger, not weaker. The ending with the dinner at her parents' house was terrific. My only complaint with the book was the constant referring to the SEALs as soldiers. They are not. Soldiers are in the army. Both get a bit testy when you call them soldiers.
Feb 11, Gina rated it did not like it. Free kindle download of Harlequin edition. A Navy SEAL grieving from watching his best friend killed on a mission meets and falls for a woman, daughter of an Admiral, who wants absolutely nothing to do with anyone in the military.
This great premise hooked me, but the constant issues with military jargon, protocol, and stereotypes made me hate this one. As other reviewers have mentioned, even the incorrect use of the term "soldier" started to drive me crazy by chapter 3. Only the Army Free kindle download of Harlequin edition. Only the Army has Soldiers. The Marines are Marines. Although the general public might not pick up on all the military errors which go way beyond the use of "soldier" , each worked as a buzzing gnat around my head as I tried to read this Before long, all the annoying buzzing made it impossible to concentrate on anything else, including the plot progression.
The inane kidnapping plot almost made this a DNF but I finished it just because I wanted to see if any of the stereotypes presented early on get redeemed by the end. They didn't. May 01, Martha rated it liked it.
I'll say it right out of the box. The only thing that really bothered me about this book was the fact that Alexia kept referring to Blake as a soldier. Anyone in the Navy is referred to as a sailor.
Call it foible but it drove me crazy. That being said, I actually enjoyed the book. It was interesting to see how long it would take Alexia to discover that Blake was exactly what she didn't I'll say it right out of the box.
It was interesting to see how long it would take Alexia to discover that Blake was exactly what she didn't want in a man You manage to develop a healthy dislike for the admiral. He's lifetime Navy and expects a certain behavior from his children however, neither Alexia or her brother Michael, who happens to be gay, seem to be able to fit into the admirals mold.
You seem to think that way about Alexia's mother until she eventually shows a kinder side toward the end of the book.
It's definitely worth the read but you just have to get past the soldier reference. May 14, Athena rated it it was ok. It all of a sudden became a , mission impossible story. I couldn't stop SMH because the reasons for Alexia getting kidnapped didn't seem realistic. It reminded me of a novella story line, actually more like a Spanish novella story line!!!
I kept finding myself wanting to say Aye Dios mio, while reading it! Apr 08, Ravioli Rachel rated it really liked it Shelves: Well written, not your typical over the top Harlequin Romance. Enough suspense built in to make it interesting. Jan 14, Helen rated it it was amazing. Loved this story so sexy hot sensual and moving two people who had a few things to overcome to get to their HEA great story.
May 22, Nicole Edwards rated it really liked it. Really liked this. Hard to put down. So hot Action, adventure and lots of heat in this Seal story. Very well written and characters strong and appealing. Great plot that you won't want to leave. Dec 14, Michelle Walsh rated it really liked it. ARC Review: Two weeks of enforced leave Mission: Distract himself in any way possible Obstacle: A woman who tempts him to break the rules…including his own!
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