Two Weeks With a SEAL by Theresa Marguerite Hewitt Review



Her life isn't glamorous, but Rhea Griggs does her best.
In her small town of Wakefield, Virginia she lives the life she has been given, but loving your older brother's best friend is always a gamble. For Rhea, it's an unspoken truth.
Chad Payne is a sailor, a SEAL, and he loves his job, but the danger and unknowing is starting to weigh on his heart and soul. He's ready to settle down, but confessing his love for his best friend's little sister is easier said than done.
When heartbreak and loss find Rhea, Chad knows it's now or never.
Is two weeks enough for them to share the love of a lifetime? To mend two hearts into one? Can Rhea handle what comes with loving a SEAL?

Contains rowdy country fun, heart warming love and one heart wrenching farewell that will leave you speechless.




Two Weeks with a SEAL is a great book. It’s a love story between Rhea and Chad that’s starts out on tragedy for Rhea. Pulling herself together after the back to back loss of both her SEAL brother Randy and the overdose of her Mother on Christmas Eve is almost too much, but then Chad comes home for two weeks and that changes her whole life.

This is a story told from two sides, which is great for a reader. Be prepared this is a book set in real life, dealing with real life issues. This is Part 1 of a series and by this end you want more. The only issue I have with this book is you don’t get to hear Harlan and Kendall’s side, but I think I am just being greedy with that request. So the story goes like this, Rhea’s life has been full of hardship and tragedy. Her mother, brother and Rhea manage to get rid of their abusive husband/father. Rhea’s brother joins the SEALS with his best friend Chad. Randy is killed while on a mission and Rhea’s mother overdoses on pain killers and dies on Christmas. Chad (the man Rhea has secretly been in love with), come home for two weeks and is determined to have a relationship with Rhea. While trying to be together they have to deal with Duke, a man Rhea hooked up with, but has no feelings for. We follow their time together for the two weeks that Chad is home.
This book was such a beautiful read. Two Weeks With A SEAL is such a beautiful read. I found no plot holes and moments where I go huh??? The characters are 3D and with some of them very complex. If you are looking for steamy hot erotic sex, this book may not be for you, as this book is truly all about the romance.
Two Weeks With A SEAL earns 10 out of 10 from me, just keep your hankies ready!



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