Saturday, February 14, 2015

Review: Navy SEAL Noel by Liz Johnson


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About the book:
A LETHAL REUNION

Abducted by a drug cartel, scientist Jessalynn McCoy's orders are simple—produce a deadly toxin, or be killed. Trapped with no options, she's desperate for help…she just never expected it from Will Gumble. The boy who let her down years ago is now a navy SEAL. She trusts his skills, his experience. Yet trusting him is a struggle. Will's Christmas wish is to heal their damaged relationship and get them to safety. But time is running out and the stakes keep rising. Any mistake could mean the difference between facing the holidays together or apart forever.

Men of Valor: These navy SEALS were born to excel…

My rating:
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My thoughts:

Navy SEAL Noel is the third book in Liz Johnson's Men of Valor series and another enjoyable read. I liked how the main characters were best friends growing up, but because of something that had happened years ago, grew apart. This made their reconnection interesting and the romance seem more real.

The suspense in the book was good. I always seem to enjoy suspense books where the characters are abducted/being held against their will and have to try and escape. Navy SEAL Noel was no different and I loved that aspect.

All in all, a really good Love Inspired Suspense. Navy SEAL Noel was a quick read and I recommend it if you enjoy these types of books.

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