"A romance with real heart, from a talented writer who has deep personal insight into what it takes and what it means—to be a Navy SEAL." —New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann
He Lost Just About Everything On That Mission....
Being a Navy SEAL means everything to John "Red Jack" Roaker, but a mission gone wrong has left his buddy dead, his memory spotty, and his world turned upside down. His career as a SEAL is threatened unless Dr. Laurie Smith's unconventional methods of therapy can help him.
Maybe She Can Show Him How to Get it Back...
Laurie's father was a SEAL—and she knows exactly what the personal cost can be. She can't resist trying everything to help this man, and not only because she finds him as sexy as he is honorable.
As the layers of Jack's resistance peel away, he and Laurie unearth secrets that go to the highest levels of the military— and the deepest depths of their hearts...
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"Anne Elizabeth weaves a wonderfully spellbinding tale."—New York Times bestselling author L.A. Banks
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The connection between Jack and Laurie is instantaneous and combustible, but some readers may be put off by the conflation of romantic and therapeutic touch, and the wooden charactersâ unhappy pasts mostly serve as excuses to trowel on information about SEAL teams and their work.Oct 08 2012 | Read Full Review of A SEAL at Heart
“A SEAL at Heart” is an exciting and poignant read that gives insight into the dangerous and stressful life of a SEAL even as it shows the magnitude of the sacrifices and commitment of these amazing heroes.| Read Full Review of A SEAL at Heart
Being a Navy SEAL means everything to John "Red Jack" Roaker, but a mission gone wrong has left his buddy dead, his memory spotty, and his world turned upside down.Dec 23 2012 | Read Full Review of A SEAL at Heart
Being a SEAL means everything to Petty Officer First Class John Roaker.Dec 04 2012 | Read Full Review of A SEAL at Heart
Yet the fact that the Duke still sits, as ever, with a garish point on his head – gravity making it lean at a jaunty angle – did make me wonder about how far the Napoleonic Wars (including, by extension, the French Revolutionary Wars from which they emerged – collectively the wars lasted from 179...May 13 2013 | Read Full Review of A SEAL at Heart
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