- The Wild Rose Press
- Release Date
- January 2013
- Book 4 of SEALs On Fire
Erotic Romance, Romantic Suspense/Mystery
Losing half a leg hasn't slowed down Aiden "Jonesin'" Jones. He can't deploy as a SEAL anymore, but that doesn't stop him from rising to the challenge of enjoying life as he always has. The one challenge left is to take a woman to bed. It's not his ability he questions, but his appeal. Can a woman overlook his damaged leg?
Marissa Nelson tends bar while working on her dissertation. Hooking up with customers isn't her style, but Aiden tempts her to break the rules. More than the sum of his parts, he's a man who can rock her world. But can she make him believe he's man enough?
Book Review by SColt (author,reviewer)
Jul 24, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
124 people found the following review helpful
Can I just start of by saying, "Wow!" There wasn't a thing about this story I didn't love, except it ended! I wanted to know more! Ms. Cayto is a seamstress who weaves humor, drama, and sex appeal together to form one dynamite piece. The pace, plot and unexpected twists ended with one happy reader. I will be seeking out more of her work as a result.
Marissa was just the kind of heroine I love! Smart, sassy, strong and humorous she had me on her team from the moment we were introduced. The petite beauty is working in Key West at a bar while she works to obtain her masters, thank you very much. What started off like just another day pandering to locals and tourists turns into something a lot more interesting when ex-Seal Aidan steps into the bar.
Sexy with boyish charms and pretty boy looks, the injured man is a walking contradiction as he struggles to find his place in life, post leg amputation. I have a sucker for a wounded warrior, so he stole my heart pretty much from page one! After months of physical therapy, he's ready to get back in the saddle again, so he goes out on the prowl. From the moment he lays eyes on Marissa, he knows she's the women he wants in his bed, but she flips the script coming on to him.
I'm stunned how much this author manages to pack in sixty-four pages. I'd wager to call this a must read.
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