Navy SEALs

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Frisco's Kid

Life, as he knows it, is over for soon-to-be-former Navy Lt. Alan "Frisco" Francisco. His leg is shot, and with it, his life as a U.S. Navy SEAL, which is his entire identity. He doesn't want to teach, as has been suggested to him, he is pushing so hard in his therapy sessions that he's doing himsel ...

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The Unsung Hero

For years I've been searching for the perfect romance novel. The one I can give to my husband and say, "Here, read this and then tell me romance novels are fluff." What I'm searching for could well be the Holy Grail of all romance novels, because if the first one I give him fails, he may never read ...

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Between Friends

Sandra Kitt is excellent in writing about the races in all of the varied forms we experience them today. Her heroine, Dallas Oliver, is biracial. She and her white best friend, Valerie, are now in their early thirties and have been bound together since they were in grade school. Dallas is a journali ...

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One More Knight

Those of you who like the bad girl comes home story will really enjoy this book. I thought Kathleen Creighton handled the plot very well and avoided cliches. <!-- var browName = navigator.appName; var SiteID = 1; var ZoneID = 4; var browDateTime = (new Date()).getTime(); if (browName==' ...

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Harvard's Education

All right folks. If you are tired of category novels about cowboys and babies, go out now and buy a copy of this book - no, buy two copies of this book. Maybe if it sells really, really well, the publishers will take a hint and put out more books like this one. Imagine - a category novel with ...

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Prince Joe

Suzanne Brockmann is a versatile category romance writer. Most readers know her by her Tall, Dark and Dangerous miniseries featuring the most macho group of Navy SEALS you will ever meet, the guys from Alpha Squad. The first book in the series is Prince Joe. I picked up this book because my so ...