Friday, June 10, 2016

Book Review: A SEAL's Desire by Tawny Weber

Subject: Petty Officer Christian "Cowboy" Laramie
Mission: Locate a missing person…without seducing the man's fiancée!
Navy SEAL Christian Laramie knows everything about explosives, including how to avoid them. But he sure as hell isn't prepared for Sammi Jo Wilson—all gorgeous red hair and long-legged sexiness—in a wedding dress, asking him to find her kidnapped fiancé. Yep, he is definitely dealing with one dangerous bombshell…
Laramie has a rep for thoroughly pleasing the ladies, but he's not interested in emotional entanglements. He has rules—and engaged women are a definite no-no. Yet the searing heat between him and Sammi is like nothing he's ever experienced. Each touch gets hotter. Each kiss more intense. And if Laramie can't disarm this desire, it will blow up in the only way possible…in bed!


Every year Christian "Cowboy" Laramie takes leave and heads back to his hometown for rest and relaxation. A ladies man, Laramie takes this time to be on his own.

That is until this year when a childhood friend trips herself back into his life and disrupts his relaxation - all while wearing a wedding dress. What Laramie believed was going to be a peaceful leave suddenly becomes turned upside down when Sammi Jo, the girl underneath the wedding tulle, asks him a favor: find her fiancé. 

Now it's up to Laramie to find the groom all while resisting temptation from the bride. Laramie may be a ladies man, but he has rules. Can he keep resisting temptation when it keeps throwing itself right at him? And if he takes Sammi up on her offer, will it be anything more than a one night stand and a broken heart left in Laramie's wake?

Weber once again spins a romantic tale with a dash of suspense and a lot of heat within the pages. Laramie is the epitome of ladies man, but with a sexy appeal. Add the cowboy edge and this man is a panty melter. Sammi Jo is sweet, but naive; although she does manage to have Laramie panting after her with her innocence and her approach to him. I enjoyed the storyline and would definitely recommend this as a read to relax with!



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