To Seduce a SEAL by Sara Jane Stone: Review

Posted April 27, 2016 in review Tags: ,

To Seduce a SEAL by Sara Jane Stone: ReviewTo Seduce a SEAL by Sara Jane Stone
Pages: 168

Series: Sin City SEALs
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Also by this author: Serving Trouble
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U.S. Navy SEAL Dante Raske is all about guarding his heart and serving his country, but now that he’s busted his knee on a mission, he needs something to keep his mind busy. Playing bodyguard for a sexy little country starlet until he’s cleared for duty? Just what the doctor ordered.
Chrissie Tate refuses to be a one-hit wonder. If she’s going to take care of her family, she can’t let herself get distracted—especially not by the hot as hell Navy SEAL hired to be her bodyguard. But when a crazed fan attacks, she changes her tune. She’ll keep Dante around…if he agrees to teach her self-defense.
Except their close-contact lessons quickly become steamy bedroom sessions. And it’s up to this Navy SEAL to save Chrissie’s career—and his heart—before their explosive passion consumes them both…
Each book in the Sin City SEALS series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order. Series Order:Book #1 To Tempt a SEALBook #2 To Dare A SEAL Book #3 To Seduce a SEAL

To Seduce a SEAL
Sara Jane Stone

what i think

To Seduce a SEAL was not exactly what I expected! A little bit sappy at times and for those of you who want your fiction ‘realistic’ you should pass on this because it will have your rolling your eyes constantly. If you are like me and enjoy the over the top, slightly unrealistic aspect to fiction, you will be just fine! I liked Chrissie and Dante and I enjoyed reading their relationship. Chrissie is an interesting character-famous for a song she wrote about her dead brother. There is SO much going on in her life-her brother is dead, her parents are a bit of a mess, she is trying to make money for her perpetually broke family, and more. Dante is a SEAL on medical leave who takes a temp job as her bodyguard because she has a crazed fan. I expected more suspense with the bodyguard and crazed fan angle, but its really almost non existent in the story. Its a fast read with lots of heat and a dose of sappy that it exactly what I want when I escape into a romance!

  • POV: 3rd
  • Tears: No
  • Trope: famous, military
  • Triggers: death of a loved on
  • Series/Standalone: part of a series, but can be read as a stand alone (I have not read the previous books!)
  • Cliffhanger: No
  • HEA: View Spoiler »

if you liked

SEAL for Her Protection by Paige Tyler, Save Me by Heidi McLaughlin, Serial Love by Maryann Jordan…then you will probably like To Seduce a SEAL!

where to get it

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Other Books in the Series


Sara Jane Stone lives near New York’s Hudson River with her very supportive real-life hero, two lively young children, a lazy Burmese cat, and a very active dog. When she is not finger painting with the kids, she loves writing sexy stories, staying up past her bedtime reading red-hot romance, and chatting with her readers on Facebook.

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3 responses to “To Seduce a SEAL by Sara Jane Stone: Review

    • Yeah, I don’t mind sappy as much as some people do so I always try to mention it! Its like the insta-love thing-I love it but I know lots of people hate it! So, your right, this might not be the best choice if you aren’t in the mood for sappy!

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