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review 2018-04-02 23:35
Historical Romance
The Lady Seals Her Fate (The Langley Sisters Book 5) - Wendy Vella

The Lady Seals Her Fate by Wendy Vella is a fast-paced historical romance.  This is a fairly short read, perfect for those historical romance fans with limited reading time.  Ms. Vella has penned a well-written book.  Hannah's father increased her dowry in hopes she'd have more suitors.  Instead, she is chased by men for her dowry.  Alex is pulled into her plan to avoid being married off.  Their story is packed with amazing characters, action, suspense, humor, drama and sexy bits.  I enjoyed this book from cover to cover and look forward to my next book by Wendy Vella.  The Lady Seals Her Fate is book 5 of The Langley Sisters Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

 

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text 2018-02-06 13:04
NEW MYSTERY SERIES-Malibu Hills Murder (A Zuma SEALs Novel (Malibu Adventure Series Book 1)) by Deborah Brown
Malibu Hills Murder (A Zuma SEALs Novel (Malibu Adventure Series Book 1)) - Deborah Brown
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Malibu Hills Murder (A Zuma SEALs Novel (Malibu Adventure Series Book 1)) by Deborah Brown
 
****FIRST BOOK CURRENTLY ONLY 0.99****
 
NEW RELEASE....
A year ago, if anyone had told Zach Lazarro he’d settle anywhere other than the Florida Keys, he’d have laughed in their face. Yet here he is in SoCal, launching a private investigations firm with two ex-SEAL buddies, settling into a long-term relationship with L.A. county’s hottest assistant district attorney, Avalon Rossi.
 
Figures he’d be the one to flush ZSI’s make-or-break job down the toilet. Now his rich, powerful client’s allegedly unfaithful wife is dead. And the evidence isn’t the only thing with gaping holes in it.
 
When it turns out one of ZSI’s own is a suspect, it’ll take more than fast talking to keep him from taking the fall. And another victim from landing in the morgue.
 
"A departure from the books Deborah Brown usually writes--or at least the ones I have read. The plot which has twists and turns--leaving the main character very upset. A short novel and now I just have to wait to find out what happens next!!" - Miki's Hope
 
Read more on the #book, series and author here...
Source: beckvalleybooks.blogspot.co.uk/2018/02/zuma-seals-malibu-hills-murder-by.html
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review 2017-12-13 13:21
SEALs of Honor: Dane (Volume 3) - Dale Mayer
  Dane is quiet, great looking and fantastic at his job. Patient, kind and protective. Marielle is good at her research job, still studying chemistry she has discovered a weapon quite by accident so stressed by that and my her mothers poor health she goes on holiday. Invited by a professor to Germany she sees a military guy in the garden where she's staying, things start taking a downward spiral from there. Threatened, blown up, snatch attempts she ran to Dane for help at first then once she thought it was ok started to head home.
Action packed story with Dane and the Seal team trying to find out what's going on and why Marielle has been targeted, then to find out exactly by who. I love these men, they are hot, sexy, very protective and have great sense of humours. Brilliant at their jobs and will stop at nothing to get results, they are all at a stage in their lives that they are wanting to find the love of their lives and tend to find them when they least expect it. They fall fast and hard once they do and they have started to do so one after the other a bit like dominoes. The story is interesting and the varied subject matter keeps you wanting more. I loved the animal aspect with this one as Masters was very much a part of this as the main characters, pampered and looked after no matter if they were flying or in a safe house in either country. Easy reading that you don't want to put down but with enough suspense to give it a bit of an edge so you don't know what to expect next or when.

 

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review 2017-12-13 13:14
SEALs of Honor: Set 1-3: Mason, Hawk and Dane - Dale Mayer Mayer
  SEALs of Honor: Mason (SEALs of Honor, #1)
by Dale Mayer (Goodreads Author)

Wendy Hodges's review
Mar 25, 2016  ·  edit


it was amazing




Read from March 24 to 25, 2016

This was an arc copy for an honest review.
This is a great Seal Team, friendly, supportive, efficient, deadly and instinctive of each others moves. They can read each other and have a way of signaling, communicating without words. Tesla is strong, determined, honest, loyal and loving. She is also extremely intelligent and keen to save military lives, even at the risk of her own. She's a fighter determined to do something to stop needless death like her brothers, and to keep up with this team of Seals and not let them down or make their job any harder than it needs to be. There is a lot going on in this story, it keeps you on the edge of your seat and often holding your breathe. The team take her into their hearts firstly because of the amazing stamina that she shows, but also the way she wont take any crap. Although this is a serious issue and some nasty stuff happens it does have a little bit of light heartedness at times which fits with these guys and her. It made it all the more enjoyable during reading when you find yourself having a little chuckle, it eases the tenseness of all that's going on and waiting to see what's going to happen next. There's definitely no getting bored or to relaxed, thinking oh good now we get the happy... def not plenty of twists and turns right till the end.

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SEALs of Honor: Hawk (SEALs of Honor, #2)
by Dale Mayer (Goodreads Author)

Wendy Hodges's review
Dec 21, 2016  ·  edit


it was amazing




Read on December 21, 2016

Gosh these guys certainly pick their women, strong and capable but forever going missing. The Seals themselves seem to spend half their time chasing down the baddies and the rest rescuing their damsels in distress, not that they seem bothered to much at being hero's. The bad guys don't have any qualms about beating on women either, real bullies and violent different matter when its men though its guns all the way. Fast paced action packed story, no time to get bored or to put it down as it is straight from one crisis to the next. Enough story to keep it interesting and with a touch of mystery to who the main bad guy is. The caves sound fascinating, though I'm not great at being in enclosed spaces. The Seal team are all hot, great at what they do and very much all for one and one for all racing to help each other as soon as the call goes out. Oh and they are all looking for the same type of women since they have all claimed both Tesla and Mia so far, look out Mason and Hawk you mess up and the others will be stepping up. Honestly I loved it, the joking and teasing making me chuckle and easing the tension that built in between.


SEALs of Honor: Dane (SEALs of Honor, #3)
by Dale Mayer (Goodreads Author)

Wendy Hodges's review
Dec 23, 2016  ·  edit


it was amazing




Read from December 22 to 23, 2016

Dane is quiet, great looking and fantastic at his job. Patient, kind and protective. Marielle is good at her research job, still studying chemistry she has discovered a weapon quite by accident so stressed by that and my her mothers poor health she goes on holiday. Invited by a professor to Germany she sees a military guy in the garden where she's staying, things start taking a downward spiral from there. Threatened, blown up, snatch attempts she ran to Dane for help at first then once she thought it was ok started to head home.
Action packed story with Dane and the Seal team trying to find out what's going on and why Marielle has been targeted, then to find out exactly by who. I love these men, they are hot, sexy, very protective and have great sense of humours. Brilliant at their jobs and will stop at nothing to get results, they are all at a stage in their lives that they are wanting to find the love of their lives and tend to find them when they least expect it. They fall fast and hard once they do and they have started to do so one after the other a bit like dominoes. The story is interesting and the varied subject matter keeps you wanting more. I loved the animal aspect with this one as Masters was very much a part of this as the main characters, pampered and looked after no matter if they were flying or in a safe house in either country. Easy reading that you don't want to put down but with enough suspense to give it a bit of an edge so you don't know what to expect next or when.

 

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review 2017-12-12 21:30
Michael's Mercy (Sleeper Seals) (Volume 3) - Dale Mayer

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Gosh! Suspense and excitement from start to finish, its intense and mysterious as well. Linked to both the Sleeper Seals Series and Dale Mayer's Heroes For Hire Series, the focus is on Michael. Levi and Ice have been trying to recruit him for a while but he has been refusing, wanting to stay retired until he receives a phone call from someone else needing his help that changes his mind.
Mercy is trying to find out why her sister was murdered, she goes privately under cover to get information. This is a book you do not want to put down, I was hooked from the first page and would happily have sat and read without interruption (#blow life getting in the way)still I read in every free minute I could get. I loved that Mercy was strong and feisty, determined to stay and do her bit. I loved that the clues were slow to pop up and gradual when they did to draw the suspense to maximum, causing my heartbeat to slowly increase as the excitement towards the conclusion built. Wonderful plot and characters and as always at the end of the main story a brief introduction to the next story character. Just enough of a tease to have me wanting the next book. Well worth the five stars.

 

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