Read “Forget Me Not” by Marliss Melton with Rakuten Kobo. The first book in Marliss Melton’s SEAL Team Twelve military romantic suspense series offers a. In a departure from her customary historical and inspirational romance fiction, Melton, who also writes as Marliss Moon (By Starlight, etc.). The first book in Marliss Melton’s SEAL Team Twelve military romantic suspense series offers a riveting look at the hardships faced by both prisoners of war and.
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As their mission escalates from desperate to deadly, will Lucy’s secret expose them both? When writing action sequences, Melton’s pretty good. As Gabe realizes his life is in danger, Helen must decide if they could have a future together.
This is mekton man she supposedly still loved and her behavior was almost intolerable. I tried resisting him.
Overall an amazing story this if written phenomenally. Forget Me Not will pull you in and never let you go. It’s time to suck it up and come tot he realization. The hero was sexy vulnerable and strong all at the same time, and I definitely felt drawn to him. Ich freue mich auch schon marlsis auf weitere Teile der Reihe um auch die anderen Teamkameraden kennen zu lernen.
She’s independent now, living for herself and her daughter. However, it is very difficult to get past my initial dislike of her, even upon this re-read of the book. Want to Read saving…. As far as the suspense plot the author went the route that was a little cliche and that was disappointing. Helen Renault has started her life over thinking that her Navy SEAL husband Gabe was dead, but when Gabe returns he seems different and more caring, until the memory of the past three years starts to come back to him.
Of course the men trying to kill him and his returning knowledge of government treason may put an end to their second chance at love before it begins anyways.
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Gabe Renault doesn’t know why he was in a prison camp. For methis book has an intriguing and action packed storyline. Return to Book Page. Two Wheels Through Terror: I loved the suspense parts as well.
Forget Me Not (Navy SEAL, book 1) by Marliss Melton
I had read book 4, Next to Die, without realizing that it was part of a series and was a little bit lost in regards to the characters, so I would recommend reading them in order. Ratings and Reviews 0 9 star ratings 0 reviews. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List.
Pretending to be man and wife is risky enough, but now the clock is running out. Gave, on the other hand, is a character who tried to be a better man, and I admired him greatly.
Nov 21, Lisa rated it it was amazing. I liked the balance of romance and suspense, and really enjoyed the character of Gabe Renault. This is the place to share those.
He is much more open and approachable, and actually seems to want to be part of her life and that of her daughter. The romance, while rocky because of Helen’s attitude and Gabe’s earlier behavior, is fresh as you get to watch two people create something new.
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She felt that he would always put the team ahead of she and Mallory, his stepdaughter. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The story was close to perfect for marlsis. As for suspense, you know from the beginning that Miller was a baddie and that he wasn’t alone in the theft of the weapons.
Questions were left unanswered as to the suspense part of the novel. Maybe you can benefit? Reclaimed, A Christmas Short Story.
Gabe Renault doesn’t know why he was in a prison camp. In this first book of the series there is setup of the Navy Seals team that the books center around with bits of background thrown in for future books of the various players. Now, for forgft, characters make or break the book.
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Pick someone who likes doing the same things as you—obviously. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The doctors tell him he has PTSD and that given time his memories will return, but he knows the brass are also thinking the amnesia may just be a convenient way to cover up his disgrace at giving up government secrets. Refresh and try again.
The wife of a retired Navy veteran, Marliss finds writing military romantic suspense to be a perfect fit.