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    5 Star Limit

    He’s not happy with his team’s top-secret mission, training the first female SEALs and Griffin Caldwell is determined to prove that his former beauty queen trainee doesn’t have what it takes to join the world’s most elite warrior’s club. Navy media officer Sherri Tate has been given the opportunity to achieve her dream of becoming a SEAL and she won’t let anything stand in her way, not even her sexy, arrogant trainer. The first book in the Valkyrie Ops series is a surprisingly powerful read. The characters are strong, bold and take no enemies in their quest to achieve their goals, exactly what you expect from a SEAL right… But the chemistry between these two is off the charts magnetic and has sparks flying in every direction. The relationship off course has a couple of major snags that just may prove to be impossible to overcome, the trainee and trainer relationship and the fact that Griffin doesn’t think females belong in the SEALs, so this keeps lots of emotional turbulence flowing from the pages even as the passion is building to volcanic proportions. But this fast paced plot is more than a just a romance, this story is about something that the majority of the world feels is impossible… a female becoming a SEAL. The author builds the suspense of the achievement throughout the story and the story pulls readers in ensuring that readers become completely engaged in the lives of these characters as the author has portrayed it in an informative with lots of details to make it realistic and yet not so many to make it boring or overdone. The story also has several twist that adds danger and excitement to the story so, there is no way for a readers to lose interest in this powerfully explosive and emotionally gripping read.
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    Action-packed!!

    Female SEALs...YIKES! Beyond The Limit by Cindy Dees leads us through the advance training for three women and their SEAL trainers. Ms. Dees has given readers a well-written book with a phenomenal cast of characters. Griffin doesn't want to train women to become SEALs. Sherri was excited to get out of DC and stop being the pretty girl mouthpiece for the military and do some real military service. Griffin and Sherri's story is loaded with drama, humor, action, smokin' hot sex and suspense. I loved every page of this book, couldn't put it down. Beyond The Limit is book 1 of the Valkyrie Ops Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Girl Grit

    WHO SAYS BEAUTY IS ONLY SKIN DEEP? All men trying to complete Seal training do everything they can to foil Sherri Tate's goal to succeed as the first woman seal. The new program dubbed "Valkyrie" is the strategy being used to get women ready for the riggers of Seal Boot Camp. Sherri is a Beauty Queen winner who has been the Navy's media officer due to her looks and savvy communications skills. Enter Griffin Caldwell and his Seal Team to ready these women in the Valkyrie Op. Liked Dees' characters and narrative in Beyond the Limit and look forward to more in this series. "Book was provided by SOURCEBOOKS Casablanca via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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    Absolutely Outstanding .

    I volunteered to read and review an advanced readers copy through Netgallery of Beyond The Limit . I found this story outstanding . I love a story with tough military men . This story doesn't just have tough military men it goes beyond that it has tough military women especially Sherri Tate . The military has decided it would be good publicity to have a woman Navy Seal . Griffins team being one of the best gets chosen to prepare 3 women how to pass Buds training and one will be going to seal training While two will be operaters . Sherri is to work with Griffin . I was cheering Sherri on . Sherri is one tough cookie . This story keeps your attention completely . It's intense , suspenseful , intriguing , action packed , definitely steamy . It kept me turning the pages with anticipation . The story is amazing . You feel like you're right there in the story . The characters are spectacular . I'm looking forward to the next story in this series . I highly recommend taking the time to read this 5 star read .
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    Beyond the Limit by Cindy Dees

    Beyond the Limit by Cindy Dees. Romantic military suspense. 1st in the Valkyrie Ops series of women training to be the first Navy SEALs. A lot of the BUD/S training tactics are included and makes you appreciate what the SEALs actually have to go through. I’ve been driven past the San Diego Coronado training site many times and have even seen the Navy crew running with their boat over their heads. But I never realized the extent and length of that training. I was worried about reading this because isn’t it cliche that the women training would fall in love their instructors. No worries. It’s well written. We know the hero isn’t just hung up on her beauty pageant looks but rather he wants to know what makes her unique and what drives her. She actually seems to be the one focused on his muscles. Eventually they have a much deeper relationship. The end blew me away. The combination of Hell Week and enemies both near and far had me staying up late to finish the book. I can’t wait to read more of this series.
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