Review: The SEAL’s Valentine by Laura Marie Altom

The SEAL's Valentine

The moment off-duty navy SEAL Tristan Bartoni meets feisty yet vulnerable Brynn Langtoine, he’s a goner. He sure didn’t have plans to be attracted to a recently widowed pregnant woman who is already mother to a troubled, grieving young son. Nope, the struggling SEAL came home to Ruin Bayou, Louisiana, to finally deal with his haunting past decisions—not to start a new relationship.Brynn has enough problems without her hormones going crazy whenever Tristan is near. Her son, Cayden, constantly lashes out at her. Her baby will be fatherless. So…what does Tristan think he’s doing, making her life even more topsy-turvy than it already is?
But when it comes to putting her heart on the line, who could be more trustworthy than a navy SEAL?

Title: The SEAL’s Valentine
Author: Laura Marie Altom
Series: Operation Family
Publisher:  Harlequin
Format: ebook from Netgalley
ISBN: 0373754396
Genre: Romance
Release date: January 2nd 2013
Number of pages: 224

 

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I liked this story specially because it showed a SEAL, but it was sweet to watch Tristan helping Brynn and her family and at the same time wonder about his kid and try to understand where his life is headed.

Brynn is a very strong person and I do not agree with the way her husband lied. She trusted him and he never even considered to tell her how much his life was in risk. She had a little boy and was pregnant, so her husband was very wrong in hiding things from her, plus after he died all her money was in the hads of justice.

I felt sorry for Brynn in the book, but Tristan was actually very good for her and her little boy. The kid could not understand his father had passed away and was very difficult to Brynn to accomplish a few things with a eight-months belly.

Tristas was suffering to because his ex-wife decided to move and married and now it was really difficult for him to see his boy. After almost losing control during a mission his boss decided to send him to spend some time thinking and I think Brynn actually helped him understand and acpte the changes in life.

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