Enter Navy Seal, Kyle Lansdowne. He doesn't get involved in relationships since he is married to the Navy. He loves them, and leaves them. And yet, he is back. Christy has that something that he has been missing his entire life. When one of his
"It would be difficult to let her go, like she belonged to him already. Or maybe he needed something she had. Something he would protect."
The entire story I was on pins and needles waiting to hear about another body. I was eager to know how the team was going to handle a loss like Armando. I am incredibly new to this particular genre. I was not aware there was a sub-genre catering to this particular storyline. This book appealed to many aspects of my life. 1) I was born and raised in San Diego and the references to them boys running on the beach, well my best friend and I knew their schedule VERY well. 2) I was raised a Navy brat. The other thing that I really enjoyed was how many layers the story had. While the romantic aspects stayed present throughout the story, it almost played second fiddle to the rest of the story. I really enjoyed meeting Mia and Mama Guzman. I loved walking around with Kyle and Christy and seeing the sights. The book was incredibly well-written and intriguing to say the least.
Kyle's team consisted of some my favorite male supporting characters in a novel to date. Coop might have been my favorite with lines like this one: