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    Megan Crane is so good with the broody heroes! I think Blue Hendricks has to be the broodiest I've read and he has reason to be. There is a lot of anger and resentment Blue is holding in from his childhood. He enlisted as soon as he could but now that he is older and no longer at peak performance, he realizes his Seal days are over. He views himself as not fit for civilian life and finds himself lucky to stumble onto the Alaska Force. Everly Campbell witnesses her roommates murder and no one believes her. She knows someone is following her and the only person she thinks can help her is her old childhood neighbor Blue. When she drives straight from Chicago to Alaska to seek him out, her reception isn't very welcoming. I love me a broody hero but man Blue was beyond! I've never read a hero so smothered in his own misery the way he was. It really showcased how much I loved Everly cause she handled him perfectly. It took a great deal to break him out of that cocoon but she never gave up. All the guys in the Alaska Force, at least the ones we are introduced to in this book, have me excited for the rest of the series. I love the big, tough men and you are definitely getting that in this series.
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    Emotional yet Hot

    Oh My!!! I thoroughly loved reading Blue and Everly’s story in SEAL’s Honor by Megan Crane, book one in her Alaska Force series. I knew returning to civilian life was difficult for many military personnel but Blue gives us an in-depth look of how challenging it was for him to stop being a SEAL. After six months in Alaska, being a member of Alaska Force, he has been tracked down by the younger sister of an old friend, Everly, who is in desperate need of help. Everly is no longer the little girl Blue remembers, but a grown up, vibrant woman who makes it difficult for Blue to ignore his attraction to her. Blue believes he is not good enough for Everly, especially after some of the things he’s done and seen as a SEAL. Everly is desperate for help and for someone to believe she is not crazy. Her roommate was murdered, the body disappeared, the police don’t believe her, and Everly fears she might be next. Blue is her only hope. Blue agrees to help keep Everly safe, but is not happy about it or about returning to his hometown. These two are amazing together. Everly stands up to Blue, understanding him like no one else. Blue is struggling to keep his mind focused on the task at hand and not the curves of Everly’s body. As the men get closer and closer to Everly, Blue will do anything he can to protect her, especially since he is finally thinking of her as his. Ms. Crane wrote an emotional and moving story filled with sexual chemistry, fun dialogue, and endearing characters that is not to be missed. I highly recommend this book to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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