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Publisher's Summary

Coming in Hot (SEAL EXtreme Team, Book One) was also included in SEALs of Summer boxed set.

Take control...

When militant Colombian guerrillas kidnap her clients, EXtreme Adventures travel agent Jenna Collins will do anything to rescue them, including hiring the Navy SEAL she's struggled to forget. Mack may take orders from her father, but Jenna's determined to convince the sexy SEAL to work with her. And to stick around this time.

Protect the girl...

Navy SEAL Mack Riley will take a jungle rescue in hostile territory over close contact with the admiral's daughter who loved him and left him. But when Jenna forces her way onto the rescue team, the admiral's orders to protect Jenna at all costs has Mack sticking to her as close as body armor. In the heat of battle, love has a way of breaching the strongest of defenses.

©2014 Kimberley Troutte (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Heroine too stupid to live

I am so completely not interested in books where the author thinks its a good idea to depict women as stupid childish imbeciles. Seriously women are just not universally this dumb, stop writing them this way.
The heroine decides that she needs to lead a team of seals into South America - somehow this happens, nobody Makes it clear why this was accepted so easily, given that they new it would likely be ‘upset’ by what they face. Of course she nearly gets them killed because surprise, she is not fit enough, trained or familiar with this form of warfare.

In terms of romantic love, I’m just not feeling it at all. Hero is angry with her for not wanting a Navy person, despite her saying this is something she would never want right from the beginning. On the other hand what does it make her that she just goes along with the fuck buddy thing long enough that she can hurt his feelings.

Overall the writing wasn’t terrible just the characters and the setting and the story theme, not to my taste at all.

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Possibly the worst h of all time!

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TSTL after TSTL after TSTL moment brought to you by our h, Jenna.

Our h hires the H to rescue her clients who have been kidnapped while on an adventure in Central America because he is the best. She then demands to go with on the rescue mission, even though she has no experience in rescue operations. She makes a phone call while on the plane to let others know that they are coming in so they can provide additional support for the 'covert' mission... Getting all of the locals killed. She continues to argue every step with the H, getting herself into more trouble and eventually captured. The H is frustrated but is in love with her but in pain because she left him... without telling him why she left thinking he should know what is going on in her head. The H explains her actions by saying that she marches to the beat of her own drums. This gers people in combat scenarios killed!

I will try to read the next in the series and truly hope for better main characters.

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horrible

anybody that has ever been through basic training will absolutely hate this story. It is horrible. Everything military in this is so wrong. that is the worst military story ever nothing in this book is even plausible.

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A Definitely Don't Bother...

From the characters to the plot and lackluster sex scenes, I just couldn't finish this audiobook. I'm not even going to try others in the series. I'm not going to even write more in a review, the book was that bad.

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Terrible! lol

struggled to finish! Jenna's character was the worst of all of them, but this book was such nonsense. I kept hoping it would get better but it didn't then it was done (shrug).

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I couldn’t get past chapter 2

The narrator was horrible. I couldn’t follow the story line and the narrator’s voice irritated me so much I couldn’t even fall asleep to him. Sorry to the author, but I never made it past chapter 2. First time in my life I have not finished a book. Wait, I never finished my college textbooks either. Lol

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  • JB
  • 01-13-22

hard to write anything less ...well, real. So bad.

If the author thinks she wrote a strong character.,welll, lives in..fantasy land. Most unbelievable bs I've read in a while. so f stupid.

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  • RJ
  • 01-25-22

Staring into his baby blues!

I didn’t know you could hire Navy Seals to do your bidding. Maybe being the Admiral’s daughter had something to do with it, eh? Anyway, hired and/or ordered they are. Jenna, the Admiral’s daughter, is the travel agent for EXtreme Adventures, and her wealthy clients have been kidnapped by Columbian guerillas. Team leader Mack Riley and Jenna used to be an item. That is until Mack went back to the sandbox and Jenna went to Brazil. So much for love. Now the two lovebirds have another chance at it, as long as rescuing the wealthy clients doesn’t get in the way of romance. And in this tale of second chances, nothing does. There is some action in the jungle with the guerillas but most of the action is with Jenna and Mack. It’s a fun listen but Seal Team Six it’s not. Three.point.five.

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The narration...

The characters voices were okay but the narration was like listening to Joe Friday on Dragnet. I will do my best to avoid Levine in the future.

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Jenna and Mac

A nonstop action packed adrenaline rush. This story starts off with a bang and just keeps going full speed from there. A definite page turner that will keep you on your toes, biting your nails and holding your breath. In the midst of all the chaos an intensely emotional second chance romance will warm your heart. I enjoyed this book.

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  • Michelle
  • 01-12-22

Most annoying heroine ever

It’s hard to enjoy a book when the heroine continually does stupid and stubborn things. Also, I got a little confused about the timeline at the end.