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Cooper

SEALs of Honor
Narrated by: Tristan Wright
Series: SEALs of Honor, Book 6
Length: 4 hrs and 45 mins
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Summary

A highly skilled practitioner of medicine saved Cooper's life and sanity while that same woman steals his heart.

Being a SEAL is at the core of Cooper's being, but he isn't just doing his duty when the doctor who miraculously restored him to life is kidnapped. He's the first in line to volunteer in her rescue.

Dr. Sasha Childs has devoted herself to helping others. Finding out that her husband is helping himself to her best friend, solidifies her sense of single-minded devotion to practicing medicine. Disillusioned about love, she volunteers her skills to a Syrian refugee camp crying out for medical aid. She's completely unaware of the war brewing around her until she's caught in the middle of it.

Cooper had his hands full rescuing Sasha from foreign hands the first time. After the war comes home, keeping her safe a second time, becomes damn near impossible. Blessed with getting his life handed back to him, he discovered he needs a second miracle before the woman he's fallen for, becomes little more than a casualty of war.
 

©2016 Beverly Dale Mayer (P)2019 Beverly Dale Mayer

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Rushed plot but great central relationship

I'd have given 3.5 stars if I could. After a strong start, the plot becomes rushed and confused. There are too many unanswered questions that needed a longer story to tie up. However, I really liked Cooper and Sasha, which made it easy to overlook the other issues. DM has a talent for writing strong women, who need rescuing without being weak. You can really see Sasha being able to cope with the reality of the SEAL lifestyle without their relationship falling apart. Another consistent element is the banter between the team and how Sasha fits in with them perfectly. Cooper is honourable and caring and his strong morals are exactly what she needs following her husband and friend's betrayal. I was glad that there was a decent interval between the divorce and them getting together. She knew her feelings about both Cooper and her ex and there was no question of their relationship being a rebound.