Tucker Hudson has been off SEAL Team 3 for nearly ten years. He reluctantly attends his former Teammate's wedding on New Years Eve, vowing to keep his hands to himself and his mouth shut. Suffering nightmares from a tragic deployment, he barely left the Teams with an honorable discharge. Romance is one complication he does not need. And no one needs him either: not the Teams, not his family.
Brandy Cook knows she isn't as attractive as the skinny blondes who usually attend SEAL weddings. Although she's dieted for three months straight, she's only managed to fit into a size 16 dress, and only then with the help of a monstrous undergarment that nearly prevents her from breathing. So when the big grey-haired former SEAL with a body built like Shrek takes a passing interest in her, she figures he's been forced by a wager or some kind of trick.
But as the clock strikes midnight, the improbable happens and suppressed passions take over, ending in a steamy night neither will forget, but both will admit later was a huge mistake. When Brandy finds herself in trouble, Tucker turns out to be the only one who can keep her safe from the fury building around her world.
About the Author
Her SEALs and former SEALs have invested in two wineries and a brewery in Sonoma County, which have become part of the new stories. But old characters keep returning to all the newer books.
A lifelong organic vegetable and flower gardener, Sharon and her husband live in the Wine Country of Northern California, where most of her stories take place.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Great read, nice to catch up with some of the regular characters as these two spend time with them in group settings as they get to know each other. I look forward to reading more of them soon.
New Years Seal Dream: Cover is ! Loved Tucker and Brandy. I liked how the Seal team still included Tucker in everything even though he isn't on the team presently. I loved how caring he was from when first met Brandy and the fireworks they set off. I love that Sharon Hamilton chose a full figure woman and a silver fox it was perfect. She did another wonderful job of writing. Looking forward to the continuation.