Sealed Fate – 5 Stars

sealed fate

Becky McGraw

Deep Six Security Series (Book 0)

Release Date: August 4, 2015

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book blurb

Former Navy SEAL Jaxson Thomas left the teams in disgrace to save his squad from being dragged through the mud with a JAG investigation. He never thought he’d have to leave the civilian job he got after the teams in the same way, but that’s exactly what happened. To keep his friends at Deep Six Security from losing their biggest contract, he takes the blame for an assignment gone bad. The SEAL mentality drilled into him for years won’t let Jaxson give up though, so he goes to work for Guardian Angel Protective Services, a new security firm started by his former SEAL teammates, hoping yesterday would be his last bad day.

His first GAPS assignment tells him more bad days are coming however, when he is charged with protecting the woman directly responsible for his exit from the teams. Frumpy Fallon Sharpe is now a federal judge, and the big-mouthed redhead has taken on an East Coast mafia family who wants her dead. She will only accept a SEAL to protect her and his new boss insists that he’s the man for the job, but Jaxson isn’t so sure since he’d been dreaming of killing her himself for five years.

He takes the job, because he has no choice, but the last thing Jax expects to feel for Fallon Sharpe when he sees her again is attraction. Even though her waspish mouth is the same, the thick glasses and frizzy red hair are gone and those damned spindly legs that reminded him of a flamingo before have toned up and end somewhere near her ears now.

Dealing with his old hatred and this new attraction while trying to protect her was going to make the assignment the perfect storm that could lead to a Charlie Tango Foxtrot of epic proportions if Jax wasn’t careful. Maybe the last one of his life.

about the author

Becky McGraw

A jack of many trades, NYT and USA Today Bestselling Author Becky McGraw has been an optician, a beautician, a legal secretary, a real estate broker, web designer, graphic artist, and romance writer. She knows just enough to make her dangerous, and her books varied and interesting. Becky resides in Florida with her husband of thirty-three years and her dog Abby. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America Published Authors Network.

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my review

5 Stars

Becky McGraw was invited to write a crossover novella joining her Deep Six Security hotties with Cat Johnson’s Hot SEALs series. SEALed Fate is the result of their efforts and it is awesome.

I haven’t read Cat’s series but I know the Deep Six men and they’re freaking badass heroes.  In SEALed Fate, we are introduced to Jaxson, a Deep Six Security employee.  He is a man who doesn’t rely on luck but is someone who seems to be having a seriously bad run of it. So when Jaxson’s only option is to protect the daughter of the man who destroyed his career – what else can he do but follow the path he is on?!?  Because Jaxson is a Navy Seal and it’s his job to save those who cannot protect themselves.

And Fallon desperately needs saving.

The mob has put a hit out on her and Jaxson was hired to keep her safe until the trial. Even though he has no desire to, thank goodness he has to take the job on. Right from their first moments together, the connection and attraction between Jaxson and Fallon keeps your attention.  Between their verbal banter as well as the intense sexual moments – you are devouring their story. They are an very entertaining couple and their adventure together was incredible.

SEALed Fate is a fast paced novella and I highly enjoyed it. I thought the creative result of two people’s imagination was a win for romance readers – definitely check this one out!

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