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  • Very enjoyable

    Enjoyed this book a lot. This book had a little different vibe to it when I started reading it. I found my self laughing out loud at the antics of Tony & the shock from Inara when she realized that she had been matched to Tony in the Military program to find a husband/wife. Inara’s wit & sarcasm kept Tony on his toes & Tony’s charming, flirting manner kept Inara in a constant state of need. I really didn’t think this book was going to get past the fun & sexy part but then the angst set in as Inara & Taya go on a search & rescue mission while a hurricane is battering them & the guys are away at training. It was wonderful to see cocky Tony so beside himself with fear of losing Inara. I found my emotions all over the place reading their story & enjoyed every minute of it. Can’t wait to read the next book. Definitely recommend this book & series. I voluntarily reviewed this book from Tule publishing for an honest review.

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  • Such Fun

    Such a silly premise but oh so much fun to read! Matched is Navy Seals of Little Creek book two by Paris Wynters. Again the US Navy is playing matchmaker. Not so much the commanding officer forcing it this time until after Navy SEAL Anthony “Tony” Martinez starts it. A career is now at stake as well as a HEA. Of course, the monkey wrench in this match is that Tony already knows the bride to be. Should be a help but she would never choose him but now the match has been made. Ironing out all their differences and difficulties is a delicious read. This is what they don’t show on SEAL Team TV. This series may be my guilty pleasure. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Great Addition to this Series!

    This is the second book in this series. It was funny, hot, and had a lot of emotional stuff in it too. I thought the characters were well developed and the story line was well thought out. Great read from start to finish. I cannot wait to see where the next book in this series takes us. I voluntarily reviewed this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • A great addition to this series

    This is the second book in this fun series where SEALS are matched in the new military spouse matching program the only commitment is that they have to stay together for a year before they can go their separate ways We met both Tony and Inara in the first book in the series he is team mate of Jim while Inara works in the bar that the team hangs out in. Tony and Inara have never really hit it off so imagine their horror when they discover thy have been matched with one another. Tony needs to make this work or he will not be allowed to attend Officer School while Inara wants a family and to not become a serial divorcee like her mother. As they both start to work trying to form a commitment to one another things often go wrong as they react to one another but at the same time something is starting to build between them could the program have actually got it wight and are they perfect for one another

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  • Life isn't always what it seems

    I have to say when I picked this book to read it was from the blurb because I have 5 brothers all in the military and all who married. I thought wow what a novel concept. I bet this would work, especially for those who are stationed overseas like two of my siblings were for many long stunts. I enjoyed this book but several times I found myself stopping and asking my husband to translate phrases. Of course, I am married to a Mexican American who was happy to do so for me. Tony is a Navy Seal who wants to move up and knows being married will help that happen faster. Taya is a hostess at a restaurant bar Shaken and Stirred and she is a volunteer search and rescue personnel. She signs up after her best friend is matched up and it works out. So she followed in her friend's footsteps never realizing she would get hooked up with the one person she could not stand. Well, the government said he was her match and she needed the help paying the rent since the new owners doubled it so, in for a penny in for a pound. She was in for the long haul but Tony.... not so much. This book was one of those things are never what they seem and don't judge a book by their cover kinda reads. I would suggest reading the first book in this series. For me it helped me understand the ins and outs of everything. I am looking forward to more from this series.

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