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There was a bit more character back story to connect with the hero and the heroine. It even offered something that the other book did not offer Most likely because these characters had a history together, but it was an innocent one and that seemed to appeal a bit more to me as a reader. Both characters had family issues, but nothing that would make them appear shallow. Heck the small town feel with the cliques as well as the gossip felt more Our hero, Cade, portrayed what a hero really is and not because of his status of being a Navy SEAL, but because of who he was as a person beyond the title.
Completely swoon-worthy to me ; What put it over the top for me was the heroine, Eden, being a klutz with a big heart. Cade's kindness towards her made him even more appealing as a character.
There was not a lot of military mention of the life of being a SEAL, but I think that is a good thing. The focus was on the characters, the town, and family I enjoyed this book far more than the previous one and even the small mention of Blake and Alexis from the previous book managed to tie everything all together nicely. The ending was sweet and offered the HEA the previous book lacked. While I mentioned that this is the second book of a series I believe there are only 2 books in this "series" , each one is a stand alone book.
Between the two of them I recommend this one over the other. First off I was forced to eat my words, Harlequin is capable of turning out a great novel that doesn't cause its readers sappy sweetness induced cavities.
This was the first Blaze and the best Harlequin novel I have ever read. The heroine was funny and clumsy ,yet she was sexy.
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The author did a great job of making the characters real and somewhat original enough to work in this short read; which is hard to do especially in romantic fiction. I laughed a lot and smiled even more. And for a change I actually liked the sex scenes they bordered on the tone of a light Brazen book search Wrong Bed Right Guy by Katee Robert but didn't quite reach a level of overtly and overdone crudeness that is omnipresent in modern romance.
Overall the author maintained a flirty, sexy and well paced set of romantic encounters. From their priceless first meeting involving a 20 pound cat, a tree and hot pink panties to the crazy hot scene over looking a cliff. The drawbacks, the story felt a little short but maybe I didn't want it to end.
Yes the ending was sweet and tied up in a bow but then again it's Harlequin and I wouldn't expect anything less. Yes I would reccomend this book and I will definitely keep a look out for this author's future titles. If you like books with strong military type characters Ive included my personal list of favorite books. Tawny Weber has done it again! She writes a wonderful love story with great dialogue and sex.
I really got caught up in this wonderful story and highly recommend it.
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