TOO FAR GONE: NAVY SEALS BOOK 6
ISBN# (10): 0-446-50926-4/ (13): 978-0-446-50926-8
October 28, 2008
Forever - Grand Central Publishing (Division of Hachette Book Group USA)
237 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017
$6.99 U.S./$8.50 Canada
Rating: 5 Cups
Ellie Stuart is trying to raise three boys while maintaining a peaceful life. While renting a place from Sean, she feels an attraction to him, especially when he shows a huge interest in her boys. Unfortunately, she quickly learns he wants no part of being a family.
Navy Seal, Sean Harlan, does not mind renting to Ellie or even helping out with the boys. As much as he would love to begin a relationship with her, something inside him tells him it is not the right time, but when she needs his immediate help, he runs to her rescue.
Sean is not one for commitment, especially when children are involved, but he cannot seem to stay away from Ellie and her boys. Every time he and Ellie are in close proximity, the desire grows stronger. She is struggling, trying to go to school, earn money and be a loving mother. There is no time for romance in her life, and she certainly does not wish to have another cheating man like her ex. Of course she does not see Sean that way. When she is suddenly ambushed, and her vehicle and boys taken from her, Ellie is devastated. The police even believe she is behind the boys’ disappearance. Sean will do everything it takes to find Ellie’s sons. He knows Ellie could not harm the boys. Now Sean and Ellie will put all their strength together to find who is behind the kidnapping.
Too Far Gone is a must-read. Actually any book penned by Marliss Melton, to me, is a must-read. She creates hunky Navy Seals who go out of their way to protect the innocent and stop the bad guys. Sean is awesome and shows a tremendous amount of devotion. I simply fell in love the way he cares for the boys, not to mention Ellie. When the boys were being kidnapped, I sat spellbound. The whole story jumps out at the reader, making it almost believable with every action. This book just hooks the reader and holds tightly. I could read it again and again, and still feel the adrenaline rush. Ellie is outstanding as a mother, and she allows the reader to share in her pain. Extraordinary and compelling, this story comes highly recommended.
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