SEAL under Covers (SEAL Brotherhood Series #3)

SEAL under Covers (SEAL Brotherhood Series #3)

by Sharon Hamilton

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Navy SEAL Armando Guzman has just returned from a difficult tour in Afghanistan only to find his sister still making choices that land her in the company of a San Diego drug gang. Vowing he will save her from the bad environment she has placed herself in, he is blindsided by his sister's hotter-than-hot best friend, Gina.

Gina Mancuso is working her first under cover detail, trying to prove herself on a male-dominated police force, even if it means she has to work side by side with the SDPD officer with whom she had a brief, abusive relationship. She is not prepared for the chemical attraction that slams her against the hard body of her subject's Navy SEAL brother, Armando. Their hot affair not only threatens to ruin her mission, but could engulf Armando in a career-ending dispute with local law enforcement.

Armando is unwilling to walk away from his sister, especially as tensions rise between he and Gina's ex-lover. Gina is in a race for time to keep her secret identity from the man she is now sure she loves with all her heart. But will she have to sacrifice their relationship in order to accomplish the mission she was sent to do?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158467080
Publisher: Sharon Hamilton
Publication date: 07/06/2016
Series: SEAL Brotherhood Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 116,003
File size: 626 KB

About the Author

Sharon Hamilton’s NYT and USA/Today SEAL Brotherhood series have earned her multiple bestseller lists both in the U.S., and internationally. Her Navy SEAL heroes learn to deal with life on life’s terms when they come back from deployment. Although highly trained and heavily equipped with the best the military has to offer, when it comes to falling in love, there are no rules, no practice runs and no manuals. Much is asked of the women who are strong enough to love them. But the rewards make up for all the interim heartache.

These men find their sometimes rocky road to recovery and redemption in the arms of their families, for whom they serve. They don’t do it for money, or glory. They are the ones who “get ‘er done.”

Sharon also writes Golden Vampires of Tuscany and Guardian Angels, which have also garnered bestseller lists and awards.

When not writing, Sharon can be found getting verra verra dirty in the vegetable and flower gardens she’s tended for decades. She lives with her husband in the Wine Country of Northern California, where most of her stories take place.

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SEAL Under Covers 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
ScrapNSign More than 1 year ago
Gina is working her first undercover assignment, getting close to Mia for information, she finds herself getting close to her brother Armando. With an obsessive ex-boyfriend working the case with her, she tries to fight her feelings while maintaining her cover. The suspense keeps you on your toes, and makes another great addition to a wonderful series.
KahlanMercy More than 1 year ago
SEAL Brotherhood Book Three Gina Mancuso is working a case undercover when she meets her mark's brother, Armando Guzman. She cannot help but fall for the suave SEAL, but she knows she cannot let her first case go. Armando cannot believe the beautiful spitfire is actually making the decision to hang out with the gang, but he can't figure out why his instincts are reacting that way. When Gina's past enters the field, Armando knows he must fight for his beautiful conquest or lose her forever. If you're looking for a great undercover/SEAL story, this is the one for you. HOWEVER, if rape is one of your buttons, beware. It doesn't go all the way but the scene is very intense. *I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I guess I just couldn't feel any real connection between the two main characters. I did enjoy reading the interactions between the team members, but I really did not care for Gina and really did not see how Armani could care about her. She was just not very likable.
NicoleGarcia More than 1 year ago
I had the pleasure of listening to this book in audio. Here is my review. "Love this series!!" What made the experience of listening to SEAL Under Covers the most enjoyable? The combination of Sharon's amazing writing and J.D. Hart's fantastic narration always make for a wonderful read. Who was your favorite character and why? I loved Arnando. Well, because he was just hot and he was determined. Which character – as performed by J. D. Hart – was your favorite? I loved Arnando. J.D. always bring the characters in every story to life. Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting? Yes, and I did. My headphones were glued to my ears for this one.
Marichus-Real More than 1 year ago
A gifted copy was given in exchange for an honest review. (Indulgence Anthology) I love when the books in a series are standalone ones. This is the first one I read in this series and I really enjoyed it. I couldn’t put it aside eager to know what happened in the end. I like how Gina tried to protect Armando’s career as she knew it was important for him. I think the author spent too much time with Gina and Sam’s relationship and she didn’t develop well enough the action it should be on a story about cops and SEALSs. Nevertheless, the book was a good reading.
Jasmyn9 More than 1 year ago
I am really loving the SEAL's of Sharon Hamilton. The way they interact with each other and their different personalities really keep things interesting and fun. Armando and Gina make a wonderful cover, and even though they aren't on the same page at first, they find out they have so much in common. My biggest concern/complaint about the series, is that so far they seem to end in about the same way. I'd like to see the type of final scene mixed up a bit more in future books. I do like how even though each book could be a stand alone romance, there is a backstory that carefully weaves its way through and really ties the books together.