Call to Honor Review Roundup Part Deux

Here’s another roundup of reviewers thoughts on CALL TO HONOR!  A huge thank you to everyone who took the time to read the book – I appreciate it.

    • The Reading Cafe Review: CALL TO HONOR “CALL TO HONOR is a detailed and complex story of romance and suspense. The premise is intelligent, entertaining and creative; the characters are passionate, spirited and intense; the romance is captivating and sensual. Tawny Weber’s CALL TO HONOR is an exciting and tangible start to her military, romantic suspense series.”~ The Reading Cafe
    • The Book Disciple Review: Call To Honor “Call to Honor is a romantic suspense revolving around Navy SEALs and treason. The premise is well executed and unique. I read a LOT of military romance, so for me to feel its unique is saying something! … Call to Honor is a fast-paced story that will keep you guessing! … The plot is certainly deep …
    • Nicole’s Book Musings Review: Call to Honor ” You can feel the brotherhood of the SEALs. This one had passion, suspense, and heart that make up the great combination for this story. I was sucked in right from the beginning.” ~ Nicole’s Book Musings
    • Lovey Dovey Books Review: Call to Honor “I really loved reading Call to Honor. Tawny Weber is a talented author who knows how to engage her readers and keep them hooked throughout the novel.” ~ Lovey Dovey Books  
    • Harlequin Junkie Review: Call to Honor “This is one of the best novels in a long while. Ms. Weber has begun her new series with an amazing bang. The story’s plot is thicker and more intense than most “romance” novels but it is so encompassing you won’t want to put it down. The players are so well created they could hop …
    • Fresh Fiction Review: CALL TO HONOR “CALL TO HONOR is a tightly plotted story with a few startling turns of events, the characters are all credible and fully fleshed out, the pace never falters; there are some lovely sex scenes, and wonderful moments with Nathan, who is an absolute delight; he’s a real little boy. And I hope we will see …