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Securing Zoey

SEAL of Protection: Legacy, Book 4
Narrated by: Savannah Peachwood
Series: SEAL of Protection: Legacy, Book 4
Length: 10 hrs and 11 mins
Categories: Romance, Military
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After an unstable childhood, Zoey Knight landed in Juneau, Alaska, during high school, and has never left. Now in her early 30s, she lives a quiet life that includes part-time caretaker for a beloved father figure. Despite the stability, she occasionally wishes for more adventure. She gets more than she bargained for when a plane she’s in goes down in a remote stretch of wilderness - and the only other passenger is a man she’s crushed on for years.

Life as a SEAL doesn’t allow for much spare time, but Mark "Bubba" Wright still regrets not trying harder to visit his pop. Now it’s too late, and the guilt is heavy when he heads to Alaska for the reading of his father’s will. The only bright spot is finding a girl he knew in high school on the same tiny plane. The same woman, it turns out, who’s been taking care of his pop...a girl he crushed on in high school.

Struggling to survive in the Alaska back country isn’t the kind of second chance either envisioned, but relying on each other makes Zoey and Bubba’s rekindled attraction hotter than ever. Funny how puzzling out who might want them dead can bring a couple closer together....

Securing Zoey is the fourth book in the SEAL of Protection: Legacy Series. Each book is a stand-alone, with no cliffhanger endings.

©2019 Susan Stoker (P)2019 Susan Stoker

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  • karen mccollin
  • 03-10-2020

great book

I would not have mined being stranded in the woods with him lol this story was crazy and exciting at the same time

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  • kim
  • 29-09-2020

Bubba and Zoey

Great story!! Loved their adventure!!! Narration was also terrific! Looking forward to Rex and Phantoms story!!

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  • Kayla Borne
  • 15-09-2020

Great read, but...

Love these books so much. The only thing I didn’t like about this one was the narrators “guy voice.” Just didn’t fit. Otherwise everything else was good.

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  • KindleKat64
  • 27-05-2020

Awesome couple and story!

I really enjoyed Mark “Bubba’s” and Zoey’s exciting journey to their HEA. As always I love how we get a taste of the next book at the end of this one too. The narration was great!

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  • Invested Reader
  • 12-03-2020

Securing a refund

Oh, good lord, what a crock. The characters had multiple personalities, re-re-repeated same protestations, were sappy and unbelievable. The only redeeming quality of this book was the POTENTIAL of the storyline. It was an awesome storyline, but the characters...well, they didn't belong in this book; they belonged in Snow White, or Cinderella, or left behind in the author's mind. Zoey was whiney, spineless, whimpy and had absolutely no personality, no qualities...And a SEAL, a SEAL would never talk in the manner that Mark talked. There was nothing masculine about him, and he also lacked a personality. I wanted to like these characters, this book, the narration...But it was subpar, which is a loss because the idea was good. This could have been a masterpiece if the author had taken time, researched Alaska, had not re-re-repeated dialogue (it really got old). If a book can be written to be read in only 3 hours, don't add 7 hours of nonsense for the status quo. I don't plan to read any other in the series or other books by this author. Quality really is more important than quantity. I imagine manuscripts are "recycled" and names changed for variety. Review too harsh? I think that's because as readers, we become invested and give our time, our imagination to go on that journey...only to be duped.

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  • Lisa
  • 15-02-2020

What a sad, but awesome story

Bubba and Zoey are left in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness while on their way to Bubba's father's funeral. What was supposed to be an easy kill situation is anything but..Bubba and Zoey survive weeks in the wilderness and while his team is searching for him, it becomes obvious that someone wants them dead, but why? and who? Watching these 2 come together while trying to stay alive was so good. Zoey was refreshing and while they had a connection as high schoolers, they found that they still have it and after they're rescued, they continue to explore it and each other. However, the question remains, who is behind their initial life threatening situation? I felt so bad for Bubba and Zoey..but watching them come together and decide to put Alaska and all of its bad memories behind them made it all better. Great story..

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  • Robin R Lindsey
  • 29-01-2020

Keep them coming

I love these books. I hope there are more to come. I have read them all. All your books are fantastic.

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  • Cindy Petersen
  • 23-01-2020

Good story but plenty of Room for more detail

I thought the storyline was great but the book was too short for the content I think that this could have gone on at least 5 or 6 more chapters, I did not care for the narrator's tone when it came to doing the male lines of the book

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  • Aya Alminiana
  • 23-01-2020

Of strength and survival

This is book about survival and strength, of opening one’s eyes to what is written between the lines. Reading Zoey and Bubba’s story brought me back to the days when I used to go on long hiking trips with my friends. I loved those days, the camaraderie and fun of discovering new trails, the exhilarating feeling of being one with nature, and meeting new friends along the way. There was one mountain I loved so much that I climbed its peak time and again. To me, reaching the summit was like entering what I fondly call the playground of the gods. A 360 degree view all around and actually walking above a sea of clouds… it was my heaven! Imagine yourself, but an insignificant speck on a vast—and often hostile—world filled with unknown dangers, where hidden treasures can only be had if Mother Nature deems you fit to be called to her banquet. Like Zoey and Bubba, who faced the test of survival both natural and man-made, I was able to appreciate what now is slowly slipping from my grasp, and that is nature in its purest form. Like Bubba confronting his twin, Malcolm, I confronted the wrath of nature head on. I survived being stranded on a mountain, with Mother Nature letting loose a Category 5 storm as my team was in the middle of a five mountain trek. I survived teammates abandoning colleagues, themselves fighting to survive. Yes, I did lose friends along the way, but I survived. I came out scarred, physically and emotionally from one particularly brutal date with nature, but in the end, I stood tall. Securing Zoey reminds me that in the midst of the storm I am in right now, far from the arms of nature that I am strong. That I am a survivor. For this, I thank Susan Stoker, an author whose works constantly remind me that life is easier if we but learn to open our eyes to the right path. I hope, dear reader that you get the chance to see the story through my eyes. Read between the lines, I implore you, there may be a gem or two waiting for you. PS. Savannah Peachwood, as expected, gave a stellar performance in narrating Securing Zoey!

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  • Rebecca
  • 20-01-2020

Love love love

This book was amazing I cannot wait for the next one simply one of my all-time favorite authors

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  • Gail
  • 07-01-2020

Such a disappointment

Have been eagerly awaiting this but I’ve just returned it after three or four chapters. The first thing I struggled with was the narrator. I’ve listened to Savannah before and not had a problem but in this book it’s just awful. Whingeing whining drivelling story line and both character voices are dreadful. Does not feel like a Susan Stoker written book at all. I’m sorry to be so negative.

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