Harlie’s Books Review: Call to Honor

“…no one write SEALs better than her. Yes, I put her SEALs up against anyone else. She’s that good.” ~ Harlie’s Book Reviews

 

 

 

 

Sweet Jesus. I have to admit that I haven’t read Ms. Weber in a while. Somehow she got out my rotation when it comes to Harlequin books. And yes, I forgot how delicious her heroes are and that no one write SEALs better than her. Yes, I put her SEALs up against anyone else. She’s that good. So on to the review.

I will admit that I was prepared for a more Blaze type book but what I got was so much more. This book sets up a plot arc that I’m sure will take more than just one or two books to complete. *rubs hands together* Oh my…it is a plot device that we have seen once or twice but the set up in this book is perfect and I can’t wait to see how it all plays out. The team is perfect together. Torres, MacGuyver, Prescott, Savino, Ward and the rest of them. This is a team that I can’t wait to read more of and the women that take them down. Plus, the villain in the book is well definied and I can’t wait to see how it all plays out. ?

Torres and Harper are match made in heaven. On paper, they don’t seem to fit but once you get through their layers, they are closer to a couple that is destined to be together. Similar backgrounds and the bravery, fortitude, dedication, and love that they have for their friends. Plus, there is nothing better than watching a big, bad SEAL brought to his knees by the thought being able to settle down with a woman, her son that the adores and the feelings that come with it. Torres, just didn’t know what hit him.

Harper is the type of heroine that doesn’t whine, pout but is loyal, funny and fiercely protective of Nathan, her son. Not to mention that her friend Andi, is a hoot. Plus, I loved that Harper, after a huge dryspell, was the one that put the moves on Torres. Oh yes, sex kitten is what she turned out to be. He He! I also like Ms. Weber didn’t drag out the black moment between them either. They had a common goal that they working towards but in no way to she gloss over it. I loved how it ended but now, I need Prescott’s book. Plus, I didn’t mention that Andi and MacGuyer…well, I’m sure their book will come later. ?

Overall, I missed Ms. Weber and her SEALs. I will be reading the rest of this series. Trust me, I will NOT make this mistake again. She made my heart happy and reading this book for me was like welcoming a long lost friend back into the fold.

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