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If you could sum up The Only Easy Day in three words, what would they be?
Fast, Dangerous, Sexy.
What did you like best about this story?
Two strong alpha males facing off against each other.
What does Sean Crisden bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He brings the characters to life.
If you could rename The Only Easy Day, what would you call it?
The Only Easy Day.
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Joseph Kinnon returns home from active duty in Iraq to learn that his step sister has been murdered. The Navy Seal has one mission on his mind now, finding out who killed Elisabeth and making them pay. But first Joseph has to get past or get on the good side of former Navy Seal turned Sanctuary Operative, Dale MacIntyre.
Dale takes his job very seriously. As a former Seal, he knows how they operate, kick ass then take names, and the last thing he needs muddling up the investigation into the Bullen family is a Seal with a vendetta to settle. Not to mention it would put the lives of Morgan, the witness, and Robert Bullen, the son that is feeding information to Sanctuary, in mortal danger. Since Joseph refuses to back down, Dale has no other choice than to work with the man instead of against him.
Another action packed, fast paced story with a few new players added to the mix, while the reason behind Elisabeth's shooting becomes clearer. There is something about two strong willed, alpha male types coming together that is very sexy. You could see the attraction as each man became aware of it, slowly making advances until they came to a very climaxing ending. Pun totally intended.
Sean Crisden continues to steer and create the voices that bring RJ Scott's characters to life. I particularly enjoyed Joseph, how you could tell his mood as soon as he started talking by the tone or inflection. Dale wasn't very far removed; especially I'm pissed off and want you to know I'm a big, bad, former Navy Seal Dale. My favorite aspect to this story was how the intensity of both the storyline and the characters was evident in how the story was read.
This is the second installment of a series that must be read in order, think of it as a continuation of the first story. If you don't start with Guarding Morgan, you'll be somewhat lost in the story. Definitely worth the time to start at the beginning, a series worth listening to.
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I have enjoyed the books in this series and this was no exception. Dale and Joseph were both great characters and the story was pretty fast paced. Now, on to the next one :)