Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Review Covert Seduction by Callie Croix
**Arc Provided by publisher via NetGalley**
Navy SEAL Reid Galvin is back from hell and eager to find comfort in Becca Anderson's arms. He knows he hurt her when he cut contact during his deployment, so when his call interrupts her date with another man, he has only himself to blame. But he can't forget what she means to him—or the sexy email she sent him—and he won't miss this chance to claim her as his own.
It's been weeks since Becca heard from the man she thought she was involved with. So when Reid wants to take up where they left off as if nothing happened, she refuses. Then he rescues her from a first date gone very wrong, and she realizes she's not quite ready to let him go.
Reid and Becca have a lot to talk about, but since she's not listening, he's going to have to regain her trust another way—by bringing her most erotic fantasies to life. Making her surrender to pleasure just might be his most important mission.
Hunky navy seal whose fighting for our country….yes please! Reid was definitely yummy and totally alpha male. Becca was semi-relatable.
My likes with this book was Reid.
My dislikes with this book were simple. I felt very disconnected with the characters. There was not a lot of build up or character development. It was a very predictable story and parts of it I was like ‘oh come on’.
Recommended for those who like HEA and hot war men.