Review – SEAL’d Fate (Brotherhood of SEAL’d Hearts) by Gabi Moore

November 1, 2017 Review 0

Review – SEAL’d Fate (Brotherhood of SEAL’d Hearts) by Gabi Moore

Fate... is there really such a thing?

Rebecca:

I had started this day as super confident, larger than life Becky Morris: fearless, fun and in charge of her exciting life.

And now I was ending it with torn clothes, a shredded backpack, wolves howling in the distance, and a thought I had valiantly resisted for the last five years: despite what had happened, I wanted Hugo. I wanted him badly.

Now more than ever.

Now, my life depended on it…

Hugo:

I’m the one and only, Hugo Turner: ex-Navy SEAL, free man and grand master in the seductive arts.

I used to think I was in control, but… do you ever get the feeling that life is just messing with you sometimes? That you’re being moved around by something you can’t see or understand, but it’s working behind the scenes anyway?

I couldn’t explain it, but I just knew I had to go and find her.

Right now.

Maybe it was something supernatural. Maybe it was fate, I don’t know. But my instincts told me that she needed me now, and I always trust my instincts.

I wasn’t about to let her down again...

Title: SEAL'd Fate
Author: Gabi Moore
Series: Brotherhood of SEAL'd Hearts
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: October 10, 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Military Romance, Romance
Pages: 214
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-half-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
300 Review

What interesting characters! Hugo and Becky aren’t your standard romance couple. Hugo is a self-professed man-whore and Becky a competent, confident, overweight everywoman. And I loved them both. The opening scene is so original! I won’t spoil it for you here. Hugo and Becky are destined for each other but it takes a whole heck of a lot of work to overcome five years of a devastated heart. Hugo has a lot to make up for and must work hard to get Becky to let her guard down. Of course, he’s up for the task.

I struggled a little with Hugo, his brother, Max and their fellow SEAL discussing their horrific last mission. It didn’t really fit in the story. It didn’t detract from my overall enjoyment of the book.

With good dialog, complex characters and lots of steamy sex, SEAL’d Fate was a very worthwhile read.

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