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Seal My Home, Seal Brotherhood series book 9 by Cora Seton

Hot military man in uniform. Bad boy needing to be tamed. Abused child – now man, out to protect himself from the world around him. If any of these appeal take a chance and pick up the Seal Brotherhood series by Cora Seton.

Rory is the bad boy, abused as a child in the foster care system – never knowing his parents who joined the seals and found his family. Megan is a book nerd, working in her local bookstore who finds her romance in the novels she reads. They both have a lot of trust issues – him due to his childhood, her due to her previous romantic relationships. Together they have a chance at building a future if they can get out of their own way and terrorists can be stopped from harming their home.

Though I was given this book as a review copy through Audible, after reading her Chance Creek series I went ahead and started at the beginning of this series.  I do recommend reading them as a series and in order though each book could be stand alone. When read out of order or alone you miss the brotherhood aspect of what this author captures of being a member of an elite part of the United States military.

At the end of each of her novels Ms Seton speaks of donating a portion of her proceeds to the Wounded Warrior project and wearing RED till all service people are home. As someone with family in the military I appreciate the raising awareness of these as much as the funds.

If fairly graphic sex offends you do not pick up this author! Ms Seton’s stories have romantic aspects but they are definitely sexual. The men in her stories are warriors whose language is not for the light of heart. That said, they are good stories. I have read two of her series now in near completion and am sure I will pick up another.  While this author is not on the top of my favorites list they are definitely worth the read.

This book was provided to A Little Turtle’s World free of charge through Barclay Publicity for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.

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