SEAL Of My Heart by Sharon Hamilton Review



Kate Morgan is engaged to the most eligible bachelor in Sonoma County, the son of a wealthy wine family in Healdsburg, California. On a flight to visit her sister in Portland she is seated next to a young hard-bodied elite soldier who ignites her insides in a strange attraction she cannot deny.
Navy SEAL Tyler Gray plans to spend a weekend home before deploying to North Africa with the rest of his SEAL Team 3. But the conversation with Kate has him rethinking his future.
The encounter has both of them feeling fate has stepped into their lives and altered their course. Unable to just say goodbye as lovers, they agree to carry on a correspondence. Kate becomes the girl Tyler wants to come home to while she is pressured by her family to reconsider her broken marriage plans. Family secrets are revealed from the past regarding a young Marine and Kate’s mother which brings both heartache and a sense of clarity as old loves are unearthed. From the grave, a Marine’s love letters from the past affect the new love between Kate and Tyler in the present. And when Kate’s life is endangered, will Tyler be the man to save her without sacrificing his own?


This is such a delicious romance, which proves that your life can change with just one short plane ride.
Kate decides to go visit her sister because she needs a break from life. She is engaged to be married to one of the most eligible men in Sonoma County, but she has her doubt's, still hoping that a talk, darks, handsome man of her dreams will sweep her off her feet and sail off into the sunset with her. So Kate goes to visit her sister in Portland and on her flight she has the pleasure of meeting Tyler Greg, a sexy SEAL on before being deployed. There is instant attraction between them, but Kate has a Fiancé and Tyler is getting deployed... What could fate have in store for them?
Great book, kept me addicted till the end (kept me up till 3am :-)). If you like military romances, this is a great one for you.
Where is comes to the characters, loved them all, but I did find Randy's character a little pompous. Overall SEAL of My Heart is well written, sweet and easy to read.
I give this book 8 out of 10; it’s going to be one I read again and again.

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