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Book Review - Hot Seal Hero by Lynn Raye Harris

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ABOUT THE BOOK


She fears for her life.
He’ll risk his to protect her.
Falling in love? Not part of the plan…


Chloe Cooper is on the run from an abusive ex. Living in a new state, with a new name, she’s ready to focus on rebuilding her life. She’s got a job she loves, a new home—and a sexy Navy SEAL neighbor who makes her pulse flutter in spite of her determination not to get involved. But when a threatening message arrives, her dread about what her ex will do if he finds her forces her to make a choice.

Ryan “Dirty Harry” Callahan is protective by nature. When he meets Chloe, it’s clear she’s skittish about something. When he learns why she ran from her old life, his first objective is to keep her safe. His second is to make sure she knows she can trust him—and that she’ll have a posse of Navy SEALs at her back if she ever needs them. 

When the attraction between Ryan and Chloe explodes, they’re helpless to resist its seductive heat. Everything is finally going right for Chloe—until her wor…

Book Review - Carpool by Noelle Adams

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The last thing I want is to share a forty-five minute commute with the most obnoxious (and attractive) man I know. But I can't afford a new transmission right now, so I'm stuck with Marcus for at least a month.

He promises to be good, but Marcus Greene is never good. And I'm not sure how long I can resist him.

Carpool is the first book in the Milford College series, novellas about the faculty and staff of a small liberal arts college.

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REVIEW

Noelle Adams can always be relied on to delivery a sweet easy romance, great for when you need a quick well written story with a happy ending.  Noelle has a knack for creating real characters and this is no exception.  Since this is a shorter story there is not much opportunity for character growth for Marcus and Jennifer, however it is easy to feel the two growing closer throughout the book.  I recommend this for anyone who needs a lig…