This, I believe, is the last of the Tall, Dark, and Dangerous series. It's wonderful to see how much Brockmann's talent has matured from "Prince Joe." Wes and Brit's story was so delightful with wonderful, fun dialogue. "FUN" describes this book perfectly. I was so hesitant about this story because I didn't care for Wes in the other books and I definitely hated Brittany's sister (Melody). So I wasn't quite sure how I would feel about this one. But I really did loved it. Brockmann did a great job of adding just enough danger in it to keep the story interesting.
This book is worth the read. I can't say that about every book in the series but I think this is one of the better ones.
I very much enjoy this author and this series (Tall, Dark & Dangerous) and this is another great one! There's fun banter between the hero and heroine, strong secondary characters, and nice progression of insight for the hero. Brockmann touches on date rape, alcoholism, and quitting smoking. Some steamy scenes and a happy ending are also included.
When U.S. Navy Seal Chief Wes Skelly was sent to L.A. on assignment, he agreed to go on a blind date with beautiful single mother Brittany Evans, sister-in-law of a fellow SEAL. After all, he had been secretly in love for years, albeit with a woman who belonged to another man. So what did he have to lose?
Another excellent read from Ms. Brockmann--one of her Tall, Dark & Dangerous stories. This is the story of Wes and Brittany, and like her other TDD stories, is fast-paced and thrilling. Immensely enjoyable!