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Lizzie isn't ready to watch Jameson deploy, but she knows he's doing the right thing for her and their little girl. When Lizzie comes face-to-face with her husband's enemies, their second chance at love could be their last.
Nashville SEALs: Jameson is a standalone romantic suspense novel in Sharon Hamilton's long-running Navy SEAL Brotherhood Series. If you like hot chemistry and incredible love stories, then you'll enjoy Sharon Hamilton's tale of hope, family, and a man's true calling.
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By Audio Audits on 04-22-17
I maybe a little biased, but I'm a pushover for Military and SEAL romance stories and I alway enjoy reading Sharon Hamilton's stories. They have everything I enjoy, romance, a dab of suspense and a lot of heat. This bundled set, which contains the novella Nashville SEAL’s and the full-length novel Nashville SEAL’s: Jameson, is no exception.
I listened to the second book in the Lizzie and Jameson story previously. So it was nice to go back and listen to the earlier novella.
In the novella Jameson: Nashville SEALs Lizzie drops a bombshell on manwhore Jameson. The question is can and does Jameson want to change his ways. With his singing career in a stall, Jameson is looking for a new and more rewarding outlet. When the opportunity to enter BUD/S training arises Jameson is eager to try out, but how does Lizzie figure into his plans?
To me, this story is so realistic. Lizzie has her head on straight. She deserves and expects that if Jameson is going to be in her life, that he truly be there, present and participating.
In the full-length novel, Nashville SEALs: Jameson. Lizzie and Jameson are starting their life as a couple, but it’s a rocky road as Lizzie’s insecurities about Jameson’s past keep getting in the way.
There was one point in the story where I felt Lizzie was totally out of line when dealing with Jameson. Thank goodness for her best friend knocking some sense into her! Luckily the angst didn't last too long!
J.D. Hart, what can I say he always does an awesome job narrating and who knew he could sing as well, he’s definitely multi-talented. His multi-voice productions are amazing and the sound quality is always good.
This audiobook was given to me to me at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review.
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By Barb (Paging Through The Days) on 04-27-17
A great ride!
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*audio copy provided by author*
Since this was for the bundle of Nashville SEAL & Nashville SEAL Jameson I have done a review for each book.
I love Jameson, even if he is kind of a man-whore at first. Lol such is life and all. But everything changes for the up and coming country music singer. As he waits to hit it big someone from his past shows back up. She's not alone though, no, she's holding a secret that will change their lives.
When Jameson meets his daughter for the first time something in him changes. His life path takes a turn and then it all comes to a haunt. It's up to his new family, his brothers in arms, to rescue his daughter.
This is just the beginning. Jameson and Lizzie have a hard road ahead of them but one thing that both need, their daughter, will be the piece of the puzzle to wrap them both up in. One day at a time. They'll make their new lives work... one way or another.
Nashville SEAL Jameson:
Talk about a good book... This is a continuation from Nashville SEALs and it was fun, and also made me mad a few times. Like, I wanted to crawl into the book and choke, or drawn Lizzie... I'm well rounded like that. I LOVE Jameson. I love Charlotte.... Lizzie.. oh not so much. Girlfriend has a wide variety of issues... let's just say she went from nice, sweet gal to an over sexed teenager on prom night to a nut job.. then back to nice and still over sexed. Haha.
This book takes you into Jameson's new life as a Navy SEAL. You get to see him and the guys bonding, you get a look into his family life with Lizzie and Charlotte.. and you get to see a seedy dirtier part of his past come back to bite him in the butt. Seriously, I know things aren't always what they seem, and people can be shady but when you refuse to even look at what is before you... well ya need a kick in the pants. That is exactly why Lizzie lost major brownie points.
Other than that, I loved this book!!
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