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    Could NOT put this down!

    I cannot imagine how people with full-time jobs can bear to stop reading this book for several hours to go to work. A retiree, I started SEALs of Honor - Jackson as soon as it arrived, read until I reached the halfway mark, slept a few hours and then finished the book the next day. Amazing! Jackson and Deli are great individually and spectacular as a team. The plot twists and turns, keeping me riveted to each page. I just HAD to know the who and why behind the shooting of the truck Jackson was driving back to the base after a big training exercise. It wasn’t his rig, so was he the target? His reaction to Dahlia Montgomery (a/k/a Deli), the diminutive mechanic sent to find him when he dropped back from the convoy, was amusing. She was clearly more knowledgeable about heavy machinery than he, finding the bullet hole in the radiator; and his respect for her overcame the blow to his manly pride. Suddenly, gunfire from a truck speeding toward them took out the windshield of the rig and sent them scrambling. Who/what was the target of the attack? Was it Jackson? Deli? Or was it the rig's originally-assigned driver or its contents? The rollercoaster ride never stopped as people of interest were murdered and new possibilities had to be discovered. Many of my favorite parts of the book were the brainstorming sessions between Deli and Jackson -- like watching team sports. I also loved the lack of predictable format – where misunderstandings create the frustrating “man meets woman, they blame each other for a minor setback, and they pull apart. Then it’s only through one of them being in danger that the other comes to the rescue, enabling the case to be solved, and saves the day.” Jackson and Deli are intelligent and rational, respectful and considerate of each other’s ideas. A great team. LOVED this!
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    Great book

    I love the “Seals of Honor” series. This book had lots of suspense right from the beginning, kept me guessing throughout the book. This was a great book. Can’t wait for Kane’s book.
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    The action never stops in this thrilling romance!

    Deli stops to help Jackson when the truck he's driving breaks down, and finding the bullet hole through the radiator is just the start of the action. Uncovering the conspiracy while staying one step ahead of the killers is keeping these two on the move, making for an exciting suspense story with a side helping of steamy romance. The body count is increasing, everyone's a suspect, and Jackson and Deli barely have a moment to catch their breaths. This book was a non-stop, unputdownable read for me. It starts out strong and just keeps building momentum right up to the nail-biting finale. I sure hope they got some time off after all that! I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Jackson: Seals of Honor

    Jackson, a SEAL with many talents, was pulled off on the side of the road. Deli, petite but very talented as a mechanic and problem solver, stops to offer her help. And the adventure begins (perhaps better described as Jackson and Deli's Trip Down the Rabbit Hole). The story is filled with twists and turns and, oh, more than a few bodies. And throughout the tale I found myself asking "good guy? bad guy? But, but . . . " I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Loved Jackson and Deli

    Wow. I was looking forward to Jackson’s book but this did blow me away. I was on the edge of my seat as we see Jackson’s life go belly up with Deli, the mechanic on base. He is tasked to driving a truck from training but what he doesn’t realise is the broken down truck is the start of his troubles. As dead bodies turn up along with injured navy personnel, Jackson and Deli do their own investigation into what’s going on. No one is going to enjoy the answers. Will they decipher what’s going on? Can they catch the baddies and who else is involved? A great read that was full of suspense and had me hanging on the edge of my seat as I turned page after page. Great characters as always. With the epilogue in the back I am so looking forward to Kanens story.
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