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Publisher's Summary

Nebraska born and bred Navy SEAL Calvin "Coop" Cooper, after his own family has perished in a tornado, is ordered to meet the family of a prominent San Diego psychiatrist. The doctor's brother is a fallen SEAL medic who died in Grenada. There, Cooper meets Libby Brownlee, the beautiful niece of this fallen hero. Heavily influenced by her father, "We don't speak military here," is her comment about the military in general, and the SEAL community in particular. What starts out as a frosty debate between two people privately dealing with their own personal grief, turns into a passionate affair neither expected. Just as Cooper realizes perhaps Libby is the woman he's always been looking for, she is snatched out from under him by a psychopathic killer bent on revenge. Dr. Brownlee is forced to rely on Cooper's help, along with his buddies in SEAL Team 3. Will Cooper be able to survive the loss of the woman he loves, or will his self sacrifice be enough to keep her safe?
©2012 Sharon Hamilton (P)2013 Sharon Hamilton
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5 out of 5 stars
By Johnny on 12-29-13

Finally, romance with a sexy male voice narrator.

What made the experience of listening to Fallen SEAL Legacy the most enjoyable?

Entertaining, great story and sex scenes.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Cooper was a SEAL that I can easily identify with. He was easy going, strong and he loved not only his woman but his dog.

Have you listened to any of J. D. Hart’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I've heard Mr. Hart narrate other books. He does outstanding work. I do prefer his storytelling of romance. I really prefer his character as the narrator and hearing the story from his perpespective. His masculine voice can be strong at times and as smooth as butter at other times. He does great character voices with accents.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I usually listen to audio books at night for about two hours. So, I enjoyed this one in about a week at night and in my car on the way home from work.

Any additional comments?

I can't wait to hear more from Sharon Hamilton and J.D. Hart.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Cyn on 12-06-14

A wonderful passioned story with a sexy voice

What did you love best about Fallen SEAL Legacy?

I would have to say the military story that wholes you spellbound with its passion and a very wonderful voice bring it to life.

Which scene was your favorite?

That is a hard question to answer, there are so many parts that I enjoyed. I would have to say the action and thrills. My favorite scene was when Coop and Libby's father sat down and talked. They explain some trying moments in their life and became partners in finding out who was behind what was going on. Coop explained why he didn't drink and Libby's father told Coop why he was such an ass to him when they first met then apologized. It was a very touching scene.

Any additional comments?

Sharon writes wonderful action stories that keep you on the edge of your seats with your mouth hung open saying NO WAY. She puts humor, laughter along with wonderful passion and love into her stories. You have a seal that is use to taking and being in control only to find he doesn’t need to be take over all the time. Cooper is so strong but at the same time looses so much that it makes him human. Wanting to get back into action but knowing that isn’t where he needs to be. Along comes Libby who is beautiful, smart and loving. She is strong but weak who is going through a trying time herself. Add a father who is under presser with all that is going on in his life and a mad man out to bring the family down you have one hot read. Cooper tries his best to walk away but you just don’t leave one behind, with Libby’s uncle being a lost seal they are family. Cooper and his team will do what needs to be done to keep one of their own safe.

The book on its own is an outstanding read but when you put JD Hart’s voice with it, the story comes to life. JD bring many wonderful different voices to the wonderful characters, he makes you feel the laughter, sadness, hope, need, pain, and passion as he spins the tell Sharon writes. Together the author and narrator keep you on the edge of your seat with a story you do not want to put down. This story will break your heart and you want to reach out to each character bring them in your arms for a warm hug, giving them your warmth why telling them it will all work out. It is an audio that you will want to listen to again and again. You will want to go buy the rest of the series to find out what the author has in store for you.

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