Book 1, Echo Platoon--a military romantic suspense series that depicts the perils and passions of U.S. Navy SEALs and the women strong enough to love them.
Navy SEAL Sam Sasseville resents being called upon repeatedly to rescue Madison Scott, an oil tycoon's daughter, from trouble of her own making. Just weeks after extracting her from drug-riddled Mexico, Maddy disappears into the terrorist-threatened region of El Chaco, Paraguay.
Dedicated to protecting the world's last agricultural frontier from her family owned oil wells, Maddy knows her long-dead activist mother would approve of her work, even if that blasted Navy SEAL doesn't.
But between the terrorists trying to nab her and the shadowy assassin intent on snuffing out her life, Maddy and Sam discover a common goal--keeping her alive--while Sam faces a difficult choice: love Maddy just the way she is or walk away with just his pride for company.
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Exciting, Opposites Attract Romantic Suspense
Dangerous, Passionate, Engaging
Salim- I found him such a compelling man who was nuanced with shades of gray. The last scene he appeared in left me very emotional.
I felt like he brought Sam to life and gave his character heart. He told a story that wasn't overshadowed by any of its many individual components.
I had more than one extreme reaction.
I never did warm up to the heroine. She drove me nuts b/c she was stubborn-stupid over things.
There were two moments that left me emotional. One made me cry when a character I liked died.
Then the Epilogue was such a big happy that I was 'ah'ing and grinning.
I felt this story was a nice balance of romance and suspense. The descriptions, back grounds and plot felt authentic and exciting. Pace was good. The romance wasn't my thing at first b/c I didn't like the heroine, but I still appreciated the way the author wrote the romance development.
The narrator did a good job with individual voices and accents. His pace was good, his emoting was just right and I thought he was a good choice for a thrilling romantic suspense with lots of male characters.
- Sophia Rose "Reviewer for Delighted Reader Blog"
First Marliss Melton experience
Probably not. Only because I have such an extensive library, that there is no time to listen to books a second time.
When Maddie broke Sam's nose.
This was my first Marliss Melton and David Brenin book. I enjoyed both the story and the narrator's voice. I plan on reading the other Melton books. My enjoyment of an audiobook can be influenced by the narrator and how well I like his/her voice. There are certain narrator's that I will not listen too because his/her voice just grates on me. That is not the case with David Brenin.