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    • A Lovely Review for A SEAL’s Fantasy

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      I’m always thrilled when someone likes my books, and even more thrilled when they are awesome enough to write a review sharing that they like them ;-)  So it was so cool to read That Ginger Girl Reads’ review for A SEAL’s Fantasy.  Here’s a peek:

      Whenever I see that Tawny has a new book out, especially if it has a hunky SEAL in it… I grab it as quickly as I can. Or if that’s not an option, I pout until it’s released so I can read it. Luckily for me, I didn’t have to wait for this one.

      A SEAL’s Fantasy was so good. I haven’t read a book of Tawny’s that I haven’t loved yet, and this one is definitely at the top of my “omg I love it” list.

      In it we meet Dominic Castillo — the hunky, too good looking for his own good, badboy Navy SEAL. He loves his job as a SEAL and sees his teammates as brothers. They’re a family and they all seemingly get along…except for the team leader. Dom respects Phillip Banks — call sign “Sir”— and knows that Banks can be trusted to cover his six, but he doesn’t necessarily like the other man. Dominic is a fixer. He likes to be the one that people come to for help… which made his call sign with the team both fitting and hilarious. “Auntie”. He doesn’t remind me of any aunties I know. I was so amused by that. This big hunk of a guy who you would expect to have some badass call sign is called “Auntie”. I laughed. I’m sorry, but I couldn’t help myself.

      All I can do is grin when I read that last sentence and think ‘yay-mission accomplished!’.

      I hope you’ll check out the entire review at That Ginger Girl Reads :-)

       

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      Please join me in giving a very warm welcome to Harlequin American Romance author, Barbara White Daille! Barbara is here to talk about book 3 in the Texas Rodeo Barons series, The Texan’s Little Secret. So be sure and check out the cover and blurb below. And don’t forget to check out Barbara’s Quick Six ...
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      For August’s Hunk of Month contest, it’s all about those provocative country crooners! Our choices are Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan, or Brantley Gilbert.

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