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SEALs of Honor: Swede

Narrated by: Tristan Wright
Series: SEALs of Honor, Book 4
Length: 5 hrs and 11 mins
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Summary

His fellow SEALs have lost their hearts one by one while murder gets in the way of the promise of finding his own true love. Swede is on the lookout for his perfect mate, but if it'll happen is secondary to when considering that he's deep in the wilds of Mexico hunting a rebel training camp. When a group of civilians wanders into the middle of his operation, Swede is stunned to learn a woman he long ago decided was completely wrong for him is in the very place his team is setting up an extremely dangerous mission.

Eva loves animals, especially those in need. When a friend requests her help transferring a herd of horses from Mexico to new homes, she jumps at the opportunity…and lands herself in trouble. Swede is an old "frenemy", and he's determined to extricate her to safety before the rebels show up. Even as he works to shelter her, she struggles to protect her heart from him a second time. The rebels have plans of their own - one that isn't likely to involve a happily-ever-after in Swede and Eva's futures.

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

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Issues with the narration

There seem to be a lot of cut in lines, presumably to correct errors. Unfortunately, the tone and volume are dramatically different, to the point I'm not sure it's the same narrator! It's jarring and spoils the flow of the story.

Ignoring the issues with the narration, it's an enjoyable story. Not as good as 'Mason' or 'Dane', but still fun. I liked the central relationship, as Swede and Eva's strong personalities complimented each other. Unlike the previous 3 stories in this series, they're already acquainted. Eva is Hawk's sister and the fact that the romance didn't cause conflict between him and Swede made a nice change. It's a just a shame that the next book, 'Shadow' isn't available as an audio book.