About Romancing the Treasure

romancing the treasure

A tough Navy SEAL Captain vows never to love again. When he is hired to protect a hilarious and charitable woman, how can he stop himself from falling for her?
Eight tough ex-Navy SEALs who can win any battle. Eight determined women hoping to earn half a million dollars for their charity. 
As the SEALs protect the women and help them secure the money for their charity, will they be able to protect their own hearts as well? 

My review

I don’t think that the book blurb for this one does a great job describing it. It’s so much better than it sounds. I love the way the author set up the series in the prologue. And I love that there are at least eight books in this series. This will be a great set to read!

This book features Britton and Tess. I had to laugh at their initial meeting. Tess…she’s a nervous talker and she embarrassed herself several times. I liked her throughout the book. She wasn’t willing to stop when things got bad, and they did get bad. She is strong and determined. And she’s kind and loving. Her charity made sure kids ate.

Britton is a great guy. He made a promise to a former girlfriend that he isn’t willing to give up. This is kind of a big thing in the story, so I’m not going to give anything away. Britton finds himself falling fast and hard for Tess. And it’s kind of scary to him that she seems to feel the same. He takes his job as her protector seriously. And he’s good at it.

One thing about the plot of this one is that it’s never boring. There is danger in one way or another and a mystery to solve the whole time. It kept my interest.

I really enjoyed this one! Now I need to read the rest of the series.

I borrowed a copy of Romancing the Treasure using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.

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