SUBJECT: Navy SEAL Mason Black
MISSION: Remain undercover…even if it means going commando!
Wedding blogger Maddie Holmes is twelve times the bridesmaid and never the bride. Still, being on the sidelines of everyone else's happy endings has its perks, like staying at the luxurious, decadent Fantasy Island. The resort isn't just romantic—it's filled with sinful temptations…like delicious hottie resort chef Mason Black. And Maddie can't wait to take a bite!
There's just a teeny problem with her plan. She has no idea that Mason is an undercover Navy SEAL who needs photographs Maddie took that put both his mission and her life at risk. Mason's plan? Retrieve the pics and indulge in a few X-rated fantasies with the curvy redhead…and hope like hell that being between the sheets doesn't blow his cover.
I have really enjoyed the Blaze SEAL series, they are hot, light, entertaining, with a little SEAL action on the side as an added spice to the story, and sometimes just what I like to read.
Maddie is such a sassy and fun character, she goes after what she wants, she is honest about it, and have very few filters. She loves life, and it shows. And she wants to have someone to share it with her, that special someone. In the past 18 months, she has been in 13 weddings, giving her lots to work with as a wedding blogger, and even more to think of, as she attends yet another wedding alone, and spending two weeks on the glorious Fantasy Island.
Mason is like a dream come true, honorable, solid, alpha man, with a great sense of humor, and moral compass, that makes it hard for him to lie about the undercover mission he is on, at least to Maddie.
There are some hot hot hot scenes between them, as they live through some of the fantasies the island brings on. Mason's undercover as a chef guarantees some delicious foods are at hand, as Mason and Maddie get creative with it.
A delightful to read, and will certainly heat up the cold winter days. Mason and Maddie love to banter, as do the SEAL brothers, and Maddie also delivers a surprise, both to the readers and to Mason. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did
~ Four Spoons