Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Review: Teasing Her SEAL by Anne Marsh

Title: Teasing Her SEAL
Author: Anne Marsh
Published: September 15th 2015
Source: Copy given by author for honest review
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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Caution: May contain spoilers
Subject: Navy SEAL Gray Jackson 

Objective: Stay on mission. And out of her bed. 

Surgeon Laney Parker is on her honeymoon. Alone. Without her cheating fiancĂ©, she's enjoying her nonrefundable "vacation" at Fantasy Island, an exotic resort filled with lush greenery, white beaches and staff who apparently grant every sexual request. Including an unbearably hot massage therapist whose touch turns Laney to molten lava…

Laney has no idea that Gray Jackson is actually an undercover Navy SEAL who's supposed to keep his hands off. Or that Gray wants to take total control. To give Laney just what she—hell, what they both need. Gray can grant her every erotic wish, just as long as he keeps his cover. And just as long as their sexy little tease doesn't go beyond the week…

My Thoughts:

I read Anne Marsh before and thought the story was very well done--especially the characters. When this one landed on my radar, I had to read it. Laney is on vacation while Gray is undercover. He's the massage therapist on staff to her, but he's working otherwise on a mission. He doesn't want to get involved with a civilian because he could risk their life in the process. However, when Laney and Gray give in to their desires, it's a lost cause. After an unfortunate accident, Laney discovers what Gray really is. Will what they have be over when their time is done on the island?

Teasing Her SEAL is a hot and suspenseful read. It doesn't get too deep into the SEAL operations, which works very well for this romance. The side characters added to the story greatly. And Laney and Gray's connection was sexy and full of chemistry. Definitely a good story!

My Rating:


  1. I'm gonna have to check this one out. I've really enjoyed others of hers.

  2. I'm glad you liked it. It's a good thing it stuck more to romance than the Seals thing because that might have ruined the book.

    1. If it was marketed as romantic suspense, that would be cool. But yeah, definitely good it was more romance. :)


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