Recommended By Jean

Recommended By Jean

This second book in the Hot Seals series was just as much fun as the first one. The chemistry between Zane and Missy is amazing, and they are lovable characters, even though their families leave a bit to be desired. There's some suspense mixed in as well, and a short appearance by Jon, the hero from the first book (Night with a SEAL). I am really excited to meet Cat Johnson at #Shameless18, and tell her how much I love her characters!!!~Jean [April 2018]


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He slipped one arm beneath her, changing the angle of his stroke, and she closed her eyes as her mouth fell open on a gasp.

Missy reached up with both hands to cup his face. She rose onto her knees in her seat, getting as close as she could. It wasn't easy given the limitations of the sports car's thigh interior and the bucket seats, but she did her best.

He dangled that temptation, betting she'd never experienced whirlpool sex. Zane, on the other hand, knew very well all that a well-placed jet could do to a woman.

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A Navy SEAL must fight kidnappers and his feelings for a woman from his past...Zane Alexander was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but the rebellious bad boy traded it, along with his share of the family fortune, for a Navy SEAL trident and freedom from his controlling father. Ten years later, Zane's teammates are depending on him to secure the startup capital they need to open their security company and he's gambling on his skills at covert operations to get it. For a million dollars he'll fake interest in Missy Greenwood, the senator's daughter his father wants him to date in exchange for the investment. When Missy is kidnapped and Zane and his team are sent to Nigeria to rescue her, there's no more faking when the danger and the emotions turn very real.


ISBN: 1501077287

Jean is a stay at home, homeschooling mom of teenage twins. She has been reading romance since high school as an everyday mini vacation. Her favorite romance book of all time is The Princess Bride. (Don’t ever watch the movie with her unless you can quote the whole thing.)

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