Navy SEAL Adam “Blade” Garrison’s assignment to infiltrate a tech billionaire’s criminal operations just got complicated. His cover: bodyguard for the man’s wife. His problem: Blade knows Quinn Halliday far too well. A sophisticated version of the chubby, shy girl Blade once knew, Quinn brings out all his protective instincts—as well as a few carnal ones that surprise him.
Quinn’s pride in having improved herself has turned bitter. She’s trapped in a relationship with a brutal man who views her as nothing more than a possession. Blade’s unexpected arrival makes her hope for more than a barren existence in a gilded prison. Until tragedy strikes, and Quinn realizes she’s next on the hit list.
Blade will do anything to shield Quinn from danger and keep her safe. But as they draw closer, an enemy works to flush them out. If he succeeds, he’ll put an end to Blade and Quinn’s budding happiness.
Unless Blade and his SEAL Team strike first…
**Stand Alone, No Cliffhangers, No Cheating, Happily Ever After Guaranteed!**
Genre: Romance – Suspense, Military (SEAL), Second Chance, Friends-to-lovers
Standalone: Yes (mostly, the last chapter is glimpse into the next guy’s book)
Part on a Series: Yes Book 6 of the HOT SEAL Team series. All are standalones with interconnecting characters No need to read the other books but even better if you do.
POV: Adam aka Blade, and Quinn
Steam Level: Slow burn to fiery hot (lol, no pun intended)
This is the third book I’ve read of this series and they are so much fun. HOT SEAL Target was an enthralling mix of suspense and action with a good ol’ friends-to-lovers/second-chance to boot. Once I started it I had a hard time putting it down. I love the guys on Blade’s HOT SEAL team and would love to see a spin off of Ian Black’s team as well (hint, you see a lot more of him in this book). I really enjoyed HOT SEAL Target. It’s a great addition to this series. I cannot wait to read more.
I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- A gentleman always comes last.
- Some of the prickliest people…were some of the most damaged. They put up those walls to keep people out, not because they disliked people-though it was part of it, perhaps-but because they’d been hurt before and they didn’t intend to be hurt again.
- Life doesn’t always make sense.
- I’ve always known something was missing. I didn’t know it was you.
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