The Seal’s Instant Family by Leslie North is a romantic intrigue.
In The Seal’s Instant Family, Leslie North painted a story about an above-average Navy Seal who has come home to find a woman and two children living in his home. When he found out the difficulties that brought them there he decides to let them stay.
However, he could never have anticipated how involved he would become in their lives or how much they would
Unfortunately, trouble has followed him home and Mia, Emma, and Ava, his house guests, are caught in the middle.
I actually love romantic intrigue and there is a rather interesting storyline in this one.
It left me dissatisfied, however.
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What I Liked
I have mixed feelings about this particular book. There were some interesting moments along the way particularly at the beginning and the end.
What I Didn’t Like
The outline of this story held much promise. I eagerly looked forward to reading it. However, I felt that the intrigue in the story was underdeveloped. I thought that even though the author had laid the groundwork at the beginning for a great conflict between worthy opponents too little attention was placed on developing that until the very end.
Unfortunately by the time the conflict was being addressed it felt sudden and didn’t blend well. The resolution to the conflict seemed unrealistic and contrary to the character of the antagonist established in the story.
Even the romance felt forced and would have worked better with a little time spent developing the details and creating some emotive moments to draw the readers in.
Stamp Of Approval
The book was interesting but as it is I could take it or leave it.