Sunday, January 4

Review: Night with a SEAL by Cat Johnson

Title: Night with a SEAL
By: Cat Johnson
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Ten years of dedication to the Navy taught SEAL Jon Rudnick one thing—he’s not afraid to risk life and limb for his country. But when navigating military red tape begins to present more challenges than the enemy it makes Jon question his future. So does Alison Cressly, the woman he can’t get out of his head.

When Ali’s life is threatened and military rules won’t allow him to intervene, Jon decides it’s time to take back control.

I was quite surprised the amount of action that was in this short story: he action between Jon and Ali, the action between the Navy SEAL team, and the action that Ali and Darci find themselves in at the end of the book. 

During a 4th of July party, Darci pushes Ali and Jon together, even though Jon is leaving the following week for deployment.  At the end of the night, both decide that spending a night together is what they both need.  Afterwards, Jon leaves but when he comes back six months later and attends the New Years Party, he finds that he still have feelings for Ali.

They both are great for each other.  Ali brings a level of humor into Jon’s life while Jon just brings sexiness into Ali’s life (not saying that Ali isn’t pretty, it is just that Jon is a Navy SEAL.)

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