Aria - I teach mermaid fitness at a ritzy hotel next to the Naval Amphibious Base. I know better than to let one of those famous frogmen chase my tail. But in a moment of weakness, I submit to Erik, a tattooed badass Navy SEAL. After one night of incredible passion, I can’t stop thinking about his cocky ways and his dirty mouth.
Then I get the opportunity to train to be the first female Navy SEAL. When I show up on the first day of training, I’m horrified to realize that Erik is my BUD/S instructor. He’s the only person who stands in the way of me achieving my dream.
I’m no quitter. He can taunt me, tease me, and run me ragged, but I’ll never ring that bell.
Erik - Aria is the most incredible woman I’ve ever met. She won the gold medal for synchronized swimming, and she looks like a little mermaid the way she moves underwater. Once I find out that the sexy redhead is teaching aquatic classes next to my base, I vow to do anything to make her mine.
After our mind-blowing night together, she vanishes. I ask around and learn she went away to train. I assume it’s for another synchro competition.
I’m dead wrong.
She shows up in BUD/S as part of the first class to let in women. And I’m her instructor. There’s no way in hell I will lower the standards of my team to please the brass and make a political statement. It doesn’t matter how much I want her, because she’s forbidden to me now. She will obey my every command.
She can try to pass hell week but she will fail. I’m a Navy SEAL, a Triton, a god of the sea.
And she will never be part of my world.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- Jonella A. Moore
- 18 12 2017
The first female SEAL...
The premise of this audiobook story is that a woman who has an Olympic Gold Medal wants to become the first Navy SEAL. She’s at Coronado, where training takes place, doing a summer job teaching a mermaid swim class at a hotel where she meets the hero, who is actually already a SEAL. He persists in getting her to date him and it’s almost immediately a hot sexual relationship, though she’s leaving in a few weeks to go to Officer trying back East. Before she has a chance to tell him of her future plans, he states that women absolutely can’t and shouldn’t be allowed to train as SEALs or to try to pass BUDS tearing, so she is afraid to tell him. When it’s time for her to leave they have a fight and he’s bitter about her just going without an explanation. That is- until she shows up on the first day where he’s instructing the new BUDS class! Great story and narration.