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Splashes Into Books Review: CALL TO ENGAGE

“An action packed story of a strong team of men striving to uncover treason, betrayal and deception whilst protecting those they love. It is fast paced with strong characters, hot action, uncertainty and plenty of twists and turns to keep the reader guessing in anticipation. The leading ladies all have their own strengths and are […]

Kitty’s Book Spot Review: CALL TO ENGAGE

“Such an incredible series! This book shows that not only is this series getting hotter, but the author just kicks it up a notch with each story. I felt for the characters in this book. I could tell they needed one another. And…the sparks…. well let’s just say you may want to read this on […]

Harlequin Junkies Review: CALL TO ENGAGE

“Wow, this is a continuation of a fantastic series by Ms. Weber. She has taken her SEALS and done this amazing story line that manages to make you cry, make you smile and make your heart turn inside out. Everything is described in vivid detail, perfectly balanced dialogue and internal thoughts. This story will break […]

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 […]

RT Book Reviews: CALL TO HONOR

“This hot and sexy adventure takes readers on a thrilling ride of romance, secrets and SEALs. Diego Torres is driven by loyalty and brotherhood. Harper Maclean is driven by her need to protect her son. Together they make an explosive combination. The story flows nicely with just the right amount of heat to keep things […]

Booklist Review: Call to Honor

“Reminiscent of Suzanne Brockmann’s Troubleshooters series, Weber’s latest will appeal to her fans as well as other military-romance readers. Diego personifies the honor and strength of a SEAL warrior in a good read with an engaging heroine and child.”  ~ Booklist