Navy SEAL Promise

Navy SEAL Promise

by Amber Leigh Williams

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ISBN-13: 9781488017292
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 10/01/2017
Series: Fairhope, Alabama , #5
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 792,520
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Amber Leigh Williams lives on the Gulf Coast. A southern girl at heart, she loves beach days, the smell of real books, relaxing at her family’s lakehouse, and spending time with her husband, Jacob, and their sweet, blue-eyed boy. When she’s not running after her young son and three large dogs, she can usually be found reading a good romance or cooking up a new dish in her kitchen. Find more at!

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Navy SEAL Promise 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Lynn53 More than 1 year ago
SEAL vs Strong Willed Woman The author starts off her story with something that may have been an inspiration for one of her characters. Kyle “K.Z.B” Bracken loves what he does. Harmony “Carrot” Savitt loves showing off. I wished I’d been there – being there is better than trying to visualize. After reading this book it has me wondering why have I never thought of visiting Alabama. The character I fell in love with is Harmony’s daughter, Bea. She and I have the love of a certain man. He was a favorite of my childhood – good memories. I came to look forward to her scenes just to see what she was up to. I would have been happy with how this book started but our author knows that in order to keep her reader’s attention she would need to add something - think suspense and mystery. She’s also created a character that cares about those around her but she’s also the voice of reason. Sometimes we just need someone else to tell us like it is – something we have missed or didn’t even think of. This is a book that you could read as a standalone but as you can see here this is book five. Since we are so far into the series, you have to wonder what has come before. Does any of it tie into this story? The only way to answer that question would be to go back and start reading from the beginning. Harmony has a profession that I have never seen up here in Massachusetts – probably before my time. This is another reason for me to check out Alabama – I think it would be something to see and not just read about in a book. Plus I’d like to check out some small towns – reminds me of simpler times from my childhood. This was a great reminder of why I fell in love with Harlequin books so many years ago. And what’s nice to see is how the brand has evolved over the years. Plus it’s a great way to discover new authors and new series.
beckymmoe More than 1 year ago
Navy SEAL Promise is Kyle's story (James and Adrian's son from His Rebel Heart )--he's all grown up now(!) and a SEAL(!!) It's a slow burn romance, partly because there's a forbidden aspect to it (she's a bit younger, his best friend's little sister, and used to be involved with another of his good friends, who was killed in action--she's now raising their daughter as a single mom) and partly because there's an extra bit of drama going on in the background with a mysterious car and possible attempts on one or more character's lives. In other words, a lot is going on here. Fortunately, the romance is very sweet, and the aforementioned little girl is absolutely adorable. Kyle's habit of calling Harmony "Carrots" a la Gilbert Blythe and Anne of Green Gables is cute, and they really are an easy couple to root for. The background drama, though, got a bit convoluted at times (and seemed to wrap up just a bit too easily in the end...) and it did feel like some of the "we can't possibly be together" protests went on too long. Still, the HEA, when it comes, is all that one could wish for. This is book five in the series, and though it probably could be read as a standalone, much of Kyle's parents' history comes into play in the later part of the book, and since I read it two years ago, I did feel a bit lost, Or read that one first. Or, just solider through like I did--slightly confused at all the extra people to keep track of, but still entertained. :) Rating: 3 1/2 stars / C+ I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
The story leads with charming characters who captivated my heart and were likable, the kind of people you want to spend your time with. Kyle Bracken and Harmony Savitt had known each other all their lives, they grew up together, they were best friends, they had a unique, special connection that reached to Harmony's daughter as well. This homecoming for Kyle has a different tune than before, and suddenly the burning feelings between the best friends, Harmony and Kyle, are taking over and the desire they feel for each other is something either can deny. The story has a mysterious atmosphere from all the secrets the cast of characters is holding. With the loving, warm family connection between everyone, the amount of unrevealed information was staggering. Add to that the mysterious, suspenseful events that are escalating and turning into life and death situations, and the tension ascend. There are a lot of elements in the story that all demand the reader's attention. I liked the plot, the premises to the story, I found the characters enjoyable to be around. The author's writing style is a bit wordy. She can verbose about a mundane event for so long that I found my thoughts scattering several times. I know some enjoy the poetic kind of storytelling, so this is just my personal little quirk. A whirlwind of escalating events, a mix of love and desire with old friends and family, small town living, odd, puzzling mysteries, sabotage, and danger create a good, entertaining story ~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
An adorably sweet connection between a little girl and a Navy SEAL steals our heart from the very beginning of this story! The characters are well developed and enjoyable to connect with, and the plot has a bit of intrigue to it. Harmony Savitt is thrilled to see her good friend and Navy SEAL Kyle Bracken home on leave. He's been there for her and her daughter over the years since Bea's daddy was killed in action. She used to have a major crush on him when she was a kid but to him, she's always just been his best friend's little sister. Kyle adores Harmony and Bea, and getting to see them is the highlight of his visits home. He's always filed her away as off limits, but for some reason things feel different this time. The sizzle when they touch, the way their eyes meet, the physical pull to have her in his arms. Just when he's considering seeing where they might lead, trouble rises up around them and his family and Harmony and Bea are in danger. He'll do anything to keep them safe ... and he just might give his heart away at the same time!