Friday, April 14, 2017

The Wrong Seal: Small Town Hide the Biggest Secrets by Nancy Brophy

Title: The Wrong SEAL: Small Towns Hide the Biggest Secrets
Series: Wrong Never Felt So Right Book 6
Author: Nancy Brophy
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: MF, Contemporary
Pages: 197
Reviewer: Redz









Publisher's Blurb
Sam Samson is a hero. He’s a former Navy SEAL, a former security specialist, and a former decorated police detective - a man successful by everyone’s standards but his own. Five years earlier his life fell apart.
Sam has spent time in the most dangerous places in the world. Fought for his country. Protected his teammates. Put lawbreakers in prison. But it is tiny Crenshaw Valley, Missouri, home of Driscoll Produce, featuring Imogene’s Jams and Jellies, where everything went wrong.
Imogene “Cricket” Driscoll is in big trouble. Someone is stalking her. The windows of her home have been shot out while her kids were in their beds. The production facility of her produce company has had waves of sabotage. She’s broke and sees only bad news ahead. Most of the county works for her. If she goes under so will their jobs and the community.
Cricket needs help.
The sheriff, a drunken fool, has refused. Whoever is behind her problems, is no stranger. But while Sam appears to be the answer to her prayers, he could open an entirely new can of worms. Even in small towns people’s lives are built on lies.
And why hasn’t the five years since he last visited turned him into a troll instead of the handsomeness man she knows?









Review
The Wrong Seal: Small Towns Biggest Secrets is the sixth book in the Wrong Never Felt So Right series by author Nancy Brophy. What I like about this particular book is I didn't have to read the other books In the series to understand this one. I have never read Ms. Brophy before so I was happy I could pick up this series in the middle and not be lost.
Sam is a navy seal. He has seen some of the worse places on Earth. He is pretty cynical but he also is very kind. He has not lost the humanity in him to what he has seen. He is protective, alpha like, and just a person you would want on your side in a fight.
Imogene or Cricket as she would prefer to be called, she is a spit fire. She has young children. Someone is trying to kill them but she is able to keep her wits about her. She might need help but she is not a helpless character.
Sam has always wanted Cricket, but she was with his best friend. Or so he thought. So he stayed away. Now that she needs him though nothing on Earth will keep him away.
This is a great romance. I love Sam he is a perfect flawed hero. I like my heroes a little flawed. And Cricket she is a fiery soul with gumption and drive. I like strong heroines. I would love to continue with this series and see what happens next. I would even go back to read the ones that I have missed. If you like suspenseful romance this one is a great read. 


                           Five Shooting Stars
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