Wyatt (7 Brides for 7 Soldiers #4)

Wyatt (7 Brides for 7 Soldiers #4)

by Lynn Raye Harris

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BN ID: 2940158589195
Publisher: H.O.T. Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 11/14/2017
Series: 7 Brides for 7 Soldiers , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 13,939
File size: 709 KB

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Wyatt (7 Brides for 7 Soldiers #4) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was giving this book as an arc for a honest review. Let me start off by saying what a awesome read. Lynn Raye Harris has a way of writing that brings out all the emotions in me. I laughed, I smiled, I wanted to cry and most of all I felt the love that Wyatt and Paige felt for one another. Wyatt left the Navy Seals after his friend was killed and he knew he didn't want his grandmother to have to go through his death. He takes a job as a bodyguard to protect a reality star Paige Spencer from a stalker. Wyatt vows to protect Paige the way he could not protect his friend. When he meets the rich princess its love at first sight but he would never admit to that. Paige is a strong misunderstood person. She maybe rich but she doesn't want to rely on daddy's money. She wants to make her own way. Watching these two fall in love was beautiful and this book has some really hot sex scenes. This a wonderful addition to new series 7 Brides for 7 Soldiers. Too funny "Mr. Fluffypants"
SaraBetty More than 1 year ago
A series of Seven Short Stories ( 150+ to 180+ Nook Pages) about seven young men who have served in the military, most special ops, and who have now returned home to their home town to find and secure their future... Each is by a different author so each has its own vibe meaning I liked some better than others but would recommend all... These were perfect stories for me since I am recovering from two knee replacements in a cold Northeast winter... I loved the characters and the decisions that in some cases were hard to make.. I loved that in spite of their military experiences they all came HOME even when they didn't think they wanted to... Worth the read...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyable! Good story line.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sometimes it only takes an instant to change your course in life, but it may take longer to find where you should be. Wyatt left the military after realizing, after the lost of his teammate, that he didn't want to put his grandmother through his military funeral. The decision was easy, but figuring out what to do next... not so easy. When he takes on a personal security job for a friend, protecting a reality TV princess, he never could have guessed where it would lead him. I really understood where Wyatt was coming from in not knowing what next to do after living so many years in the military where you always had a plan task schedule training mission etc. Then going to being without purpose. It is a reality for many veterans when we transition over to civilian life. I loved seeing him finding his place. It was also great to see her find a clearer vision and path to realizing her dream. Super story.
D-does-reviews More than 1 year ago
A great read! Lynn's books are always loaded with realistic characters, heart-stopping danger and oh-so-sexy military SEALs that make me weak in the knees. Wyatt is a great character because he's got small town charm, a great sense of humor and a love for his grandmother and his country that make him irresistible. Paige might be a pampered reality TV star looking to cash in on her fame but there's no way she can resist the charm of Eagle's Ridge and Wyatt William Chandler. I read a complimentary copy of this book and all opinions expressed in my unsolicited and voluntary review are completely my own.
lovingangel1231 More than 1 year ago
I love this idea of seven different authors writing a series, and have been excited to read this series since I first heard about it. Wyatt was such a pleasure to read, and I loved this story. The characters were well-developed and believable, relatable enough to feel like you knew them in real life. The idyllic, small town, setting made me long to escape... If you love your romance with a little steam, a little excitement, some tension, and lots of laughs, this book is for you! While I fell in love with Wyatt and Paige, Fluffy stole my heart!
AshleeT More than 1 year ago
While the story is well written, and the character development is believable, and the story basics fits what you would expect of a "body guard romance" there is far less action than is typical in a Lynne Raye Harris military romance. The reason I love her books is because of her ability to so seamlessly blend action/adventure, suspense and romance. This book feel short on the first two aspects, but nailed the romance. It is still a great book, first book I have read in one day in a while, but just fell a bit short of her typical amazing.
mslizalou More than 1 year ago
Wyatt is the 4th book in the multi-author series 7 Brides for 7 Soldiers. Each of the 7 friends is in a branch of the military, and Wyatt is a Navy SEAL who has come home to help take care of his grandmother. Wyatt was another wonderful addition to the multi-author series. I loved Wyatt immediately and the more time he spent with Paige, the more I liked her character. I really felt like she had gotten a bad rap for being on a reality TV show, and she pretty much hid behind her TV persona too often. I loved the more time she was around Wyatt, the more the real Paige came out. I loved the attraction between Wyatt and Paige and had to laugh at him trying to fight said attraction. They had such smoking hot chemistry, I knew they wouldn't last long before they made love. I seriously ended up loving them as a couple. The stalker angle was extremely well done. Even once they discovered the identity of the stalker, I knew Wyatt and Paige belonged together. I loved how protective Wyatt was of everyone he loved from his grandmother to his friends to Paige. Ms. Harris once again gives her readers another fabulous romantic suspense with the perfect balance between romance and suspense with Wyatt. Rating: 4 Stars (B) Review copy provided by publisher
Cindy111 More than 1 year ago
WOW Lynn Raye Harris did it again, creating another captivating story with Wyatt! Wyatt is book #4 in the 7 Brides for 7 Soldiers series written by 7 different authors. In this book our heroine is Paige Spencer who is a heiress that stars in a TV Reality Show. When her life is threatened by a stalker her dad sends her out of Seattle to his fishing retreat in Eagle's Ridge. The bodyguard hired to protect her is Wyatt Chandler. Wyatt is a former Special Ops soldier who quit the ops when a teammate dies in his arms. He realizes he doesn't want his grandmother to lose him like that, so he quits and comes home. Talk about how opposites attract, well that was Paige and Wyatt from the start. Sparkes fly but they could not been more different which only adds to the story. I encourage you to read the story to find how Paige and Wyatt reach their HEA, I wasn't disappointed and sure am sure you will not be! I love that there was a tie-in to Lynn Raye Harris' HOT series! I received an ARC in exchange for a honest review.
Alwaysahappyeverafter More than 1 year ago
Paige has always had every need cater to, and although not a nasty person she has perhaps become a little use to people only doing things for her beacuse they are paid too. Not because they want to. Wyatt is paid to look after Paige, but he wants to of a lot more to her.... Another awesome book in this series. I think the series works so well as you become invested in the characters, but as each story is written by a different person there is no predictability, apart from the HEA of course.
pwall55 More than 1 year ago
Paige gives new meaning to the expression “high maintenance” in Wyatt (7 Brides for 7 Soldiers #4) by Lynn Raye Harris. In fact, I think only a former Navy SEAL could have handled her, so Wyatt was the man for the job. This is a fun city comes to country read with all the usual misconceptions expected. Especially when Mr. Fluffypants is around, though not so much with the stalker. However, Wyatt does have a weakness, it’s his grandmother. I loved her. Wrong assumptions, nosy town people and danger provide the backdrop for this unconventional romance. I have only one other book in this series so far, so I can say it reads well as a stand-alone. 4.5 Stars The publisher/author gave me a complimentary ARC of the book.
Karina More than 1 year ago
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book. I really enjoyed this book. I loved the story of Wyatt and Paige. Wyatt is a former Navy SEAL who has decided it is time to leave and return home to help his grandmother out who has recently hand some medical issues arise. Paige is a reality star who has been having someone stalk and threaten her and has come to Eagle's Ridge to hide out while the man threatening her is found. Wyatt is asked to protect her via a former HOT operative, Hawk who now runs his own security company who deal with high profile clients. I love the fact that there is a cameo from Jack Hunter of the HOT series. At the beginning Paige and Wyatt do not see eye to eye. He thinks she is a spoiled rich girl and she thinks he is there to work and do as she asks. This was such a great read full of wonderfully written characters and and a great suspense as to who is after Paige and how he is determined to find her and make her his. The chemistry between them is hot and I also enjoyed the secondary characters of the story. Especially Wyatt's grandma Mary Beth. This is a definitely a must read for fans of Ms Harris.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Immovable object meet bulldozer. From the moment they meet Wyatt and Paige set off sparks. Strong personalities have a way of making their presence known. Sound familiar. Like author, like characters. Ms. Harris grabs hold of the imagination and works her way into emotions little by little. There's a seduction going on. The bigger the theatrics, the bolder the characters and the more thrilling the ride. Living on the edge is a dangerously heady experience.