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SEAL’S Spitfire (Special Forces: Operation Alpha)

Black Eagle, Book 1
Narrated by: Emma Wilder
Series: Black Eagle Series, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 16 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.3 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

While Navy SEAL Rafe Buchanan is stuck at the airport, he is captivated by the woman cursing a blue streak with a take no prisoners attitude. He invites her for drinks and realizes she's everything he gave up hoping he'd find. But a random glance at a TV monitor ends their flirting when Meghan Henley sees her brother's missionary group was kidnapped in Afghanistan.

Meghan turns to Rafe as her world is flipped upside down. How could one man already mean so much to her? And Rafe is determined to help the woman who has stolen his heart. Realizing the deadly situation, he calls John "Tex" Keegan to help.

When Rafe is called away on a mission, Meghan asks Tex's help to stage her own rescue of her brother. But things go sideways when she is taken hostage. Will Rafe, Tex, and the rest of the Black Eagle SEAL team be able to get to the hostages before the Taliban carry out their threats? Or will he be haunted forever knowing he lost his dream?

©2019 Lynn St. James (P)2020 Tantor

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Bravery or stupidity

While I wanted to like the book, I found the heroine too stupid to take seriously. She is supposed to be a journalist, 20's and the sensible person in her family. Yet she goes by herself to Afghanistan to rescue her brother with no back up, no weapons, no local language. Once there, she figures out it might not have been her brightest idea and wonders why someone didn't stop her? I do not enjoy stories of stupid people when they are one of the main characters. If you enjoy stories with dumb brunettes then read on. The rest of the story line was good.

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  • Odin
  • 05-03-2020

Unbelievable- literally- Nonsense

Nobody that's been in any way affiliated with the military in any way (cook or commander) can avoid choking at this nonsense. Truly it is a ROMANCE novel, but this isn't happening. Seals are probably cracking up. It's all just nonsense. Don't bother to finish. It just gets worse and mor ridiculous.

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  • Icel
  • 15-10-2020

Ridiculous

I kept telling myself, it will get more believable. But from almost the beginning, things even more ridiculous kept happening. 1) Tex, a character from other stories/authors, would NEVER agree to help in this capacity. 2) How absolutely naive and stupid would someone have to be, to go to a war zone? Megan has ZERO real world experience, and literally writes Obits — nothing remotely related to foreign relations. 3) Megan’s character was extremely hard to relate to as she kept making stupid decisions. 4) When being held captive, she basically gave up the first instant the terrorists separated her, which is against her character that the author had been building from the start. All of this aside, it wasn’t a terrible story. I was beyond frustrated, repeating to myself “This is RIDICULOUS” or “This is unbelievable” — I found it really hard to get past the complete lack of believability of this story. I did like Rafe’s character, though.

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  • Teressa R.
  • 11-05-2020

please write more

Loved it. itwillgo in my read again library. Getting ready to read your 2nd book.