A SEAL’s Salvation by Tawny Weber Release Date: February 1, 2014 Publisher: Harlequin Blaze Book #3 in the Uniformly Hot SEALs series Number of pages: 218 Kindle Edition Source: borrowed from MCL Contemporary Romance M/F Rating: XXX Read 10/27/16 to 10/29/16
This story has been my favorite of this series so far. I think it’s partly because some of the characters evoked such strong feelings from me.
Brody tries so hard to do the right thing but always seems to come out looking like the bad guy to some people. At times I felt like he was the bad guy, but only because of how he was white fang-ing Genna. Again, he thought he was doing the right thing. The issues he had to deal with from his last mission, as well as the townspeople’s prejudices against him, would have turned a lesser man into a real jerk. And maybe that would have happened without Genna on his side.
I absolutely hated Genna’s dad. Even at the end, I still couldn’t stand him. Not only for how he viewed and treated Brody. Also, for how he tried (and did) run Genna’s life. Even in ways she wasn’t seeing, he had his hands in every aspect of her life and it was ridiculous.
I thoroughly enjoyed the start of Brody’s and Genna’s adult relationship when they became pen pals, so to speak. It was inventive and sexy and fun. It helped me, as the reader, to see Brody’s fun-loving and light side before the crap hit the fan. Because of the dark issues Brody had to deal with, this was a definite bonus.
I was leery of continuing this series after the first book, but I am now glad I’ve given it more of a chance.