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Publisher's Summary

Danny Begay has tried to drive out the voices of his ancestors for most of his young life, but the life springing from his Navajo roots will not die. He is summoned back to Arizona to visit his dying grandfather, one of the original Navajo Code Talkers. Ashamed he has disappointed his hero grandfather, he buries himself one more time in the arms of a stranger before he goes back to his home in Northern California.
Luci Tohe teaches at the reservation school, safeguarding the health of her ailing mother and little sister's future, at the temporary expense of her own. She doesn't expect the young Dine warrior she meets to be anything but a distraction from her loneliness. She knows she will dream about their hot encounter for years.
Danny cleans his life up, joins the Navy and becomes a SEAL, where he becomes the man he knew he was destined to become. Between deployments, he goes back to visit the girl he cannot get out of his mind. The reservation has become a dangerous place for Luci's family, and soon Danny is embroiled in not only saving Luci, but her whole family as well.
©2015 Sharon Hamilton (P)2015 Sharon Hamilton
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4 out of 5 stars
By seelk on 08-23-15

almost there

First, I love the SEAL Brotherhood series and Ms. Hamiton's writing style. I love the premise in this book, mixing the Navaho culture, living on a Native reservation, the everyday struggle for a better life, the native legends and the SEALs heroism. I had a hard time at the beginning to understand Danny, but as time passed his choices were better and he became the hero we expect in the series. A bad, misguided boy becomes a hero. Lucy is a strong and loyal woman, a good match for who Danny becomes. There is action, drama, scorching hot scenes, but a few things didn't fit, some scenes were glossed over and left me confused. A few secondary characters have conflicting attitudes, one of them being Lucy's Mother.
The performance of Mr. Hart is excellent as usual, I am a big fan.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Sassy Beta Reading and Review on 12-26-15

Another great addition

Any additional comments?

I loved the story of Danny & Luci. So far I have only read 3 books of this series (book 1, 2 and this one) and this one has been my favorite. I think mostly because it had only 1 storyline going on vs book 1 that had multiple stories going on at the same time.

I really enjoyed the story concept, the characters and their dialogue. I liked the Native American aspect of the story. It was nice to see the timeline of someone joining the seals vs. already being part of it.

Unfortunately we really didn't see any "romance" in this book. Was their hot sexy bits? Yes! but actual wooing and romancing? Nope. We had a hook up then, bye bye Danny to the service. Surprises await Danny when he comes back home and next thing you know, he and Luci are in love. It happened a lil too quickly for me.

Danny has his hero moment and we have our HEA.

All in all, a good read. This is a multi pov. Even though it is part of a series, it can be read as stand alone.

Would I recommend this book? yea

Would I read more from this author? yea

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