All In (Hot SEAL’s Crossover)

Hot SEALs: All In (Kindle Worlds Novella) (Tungsten Protective Services Book 2)Hot SEALs: All In (Kindle Worlds Novella) by Aliyah Burke
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Pretty good Hot SEAL’s Kindle Worlds Novella from the Tungsten Protective Series (descended from the Megalodon Team). Dr. Albany Schovanec is running a clinic in Cameroon with few resources and lots of need. Tate Irvin, of GAPS, is assigned to find some trace of the radioactive polonium that has been detected.

When he gets to the clinic, he is stunned with the beautiful doctor, as well as by the fact that she seems to have more information than she should. When he finds that she is affiliated with Tungsten, he understands that she isn’t just a doctor.

There is a good story here, as well as a good cliffhanger for the next Tungsten story (or maybe another GAPS crossover).

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A Daye with A SEAL

Hot SEALs (Kindle World) A Daye with A SEAL (Dangerous Curves, #3)Hot SEALs (Kindle World) A Daye with A SEAL by Donna Michaels
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Not the best of the Hot SEAL’s crossovers, but it has its moments. For one thing, the secret training is a good thought.

Keep up the good work, all of you authors! I’m enjoying this series immensely.

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Revealing Love (Saints Protection)

Hot SEALs: Revealing Love (Kindle Worlds Novella) (Saints Protections & Investigations Book 3)Hot SEALs: Revealing Love (Kindle Worlds Novella) by Maryann Jordan

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Novella of the Hot SEAL’s/Kindle Worlds crossover series. Jude is a SEAL who has been badly injured on active duty. After rehabilitation, he knows that his active duty days are over. His lady Sabrina has been willing to wait for him and be exiled to the “friend” zone while he comes to grips with the end of his active duty career.

When he finds that a smooth con artist is trying to scam both Sabrina’s grandmother and the mother of the Governor of Virginia, Jon’s group G.A.P.S. and Jack Bryant’s Saints become involved. BTW, one of the Saints, Bart, is also Sabrina’s cousin so he is very concerned for Grandma, too.

The operation takes shape quickly with help from Monty, Luke and Jack as well as Jon, Rick and Zane. Jude has a choice to make, between staying in Virginia Beach with G.A.P.S. (and surrounded by his SEAL memories) or moving further away and allying with the Saints. What other choice could a former SEAL named JUDE make?

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Seal of Honor (D. Rose)

Seal of HonorSeal of Honor by Dahlia Rose

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Brief novella / short story about tough SEAL stationed in Hawaii and the young barista he has a crush on. When he sees that she is pregnant, he thinks she is taken and is happy when he finds out she isn’t.

Their first date turns out to be a no-go since he gets called out on a mission. When he returns, Jordyn comes to his home and tells him her story of escape and pursuit by the family of the Russian father of her child. She has tried to escape them but, of course, never had a SEAL on her side.

This one could have been longer with more exposition; as a matter of fact, Ms. Rose, why not rewrite it, with more detail?

Nice family and nice HEA.

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Protecting the Future

Protecting the Future (SEAL of Protection #8)Protecting the Future by Susan Stoker
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Kind of sad in a way that this is the end of the SEAL of Protection series. However, it has come to its natural end and it was smart of Stoker to end it and move on. She already has two new series going and there is a promise of another mentioned in her afterword.

A group of soldiers, including one woman, has been kidnapped and held by ISIS. Wolf’s team has been sent in to rescue her, while many things have happened since the last series book. Children, promises of children, growing and flourishing marriages, the team and their wives bonding even more closely. Even Melody and Tex and their adopted daughter are part of the close-knit group. The mission becomes perilous and Stoker ratchets up the suspense until the HEA.

Good one – an end and a beginning.

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