Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Review: A SEAL’s Sacrifice by Tawny Weber



Tawny Weber

Release Date:
December 2014

It’s New Year’s Eve and all Gwen Kirkpatrick wants to do is stay home. Eating ice cream and watching a Friends marathon is the way she prefers her New Year’s Eve celebrations, but who can blame her? It was on New Year’s Eve that the man she loves dumped her for his Navy career. Now, Gwen is dating her nice boss whose sister’s engagement party happens to be on New Year’s Eve. Gwen has no choice but to grin and bear it. As luck would have it, her former lover is also at the party.

Years ago Noah Morelli chose a Navy career over the girl he loved. He’s been living with that choice ever since, but when he sees her at his brother’s engagement party, all his old feelings return. When he hears rumors that she is about to marry the man she is currently dating, he begins to rethink his choices and wants a second chance at love.

This novella is part of Tawny Weber’s Uniformly Hot SEALs series. The author has a great flare for character development in a short space of time. These characters came to life demanding to tell their story.

Tawny Weber’s novellas make for the perfect afternoon or evening reading. They can be finished in one sitting. If you love hot, spicy romances, this series is for you.

One note of warning: Readers should be in air conditioned rooms when reading them! The love scenes are scorching hot!

FTC Disclosure: The author provided me with a copy of this book to review. This did not influence my thoughts and opinions in any way. All opinions expressed are my own.


  1. It feels like I have a book by her...I have to look

  2. I love a SEAL book! It's been to long since I've read one but this one sounds like a good book and a series that I need to explore a bit more.


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