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About Call to Engage by Tawny Weber

Tawny Weber, author of CALL TO ENGAGE, on tour July/August 2017

Posted By  on June 16, 2017

About Call to Engage

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: HQN Books (June 27, 2017)
The Poseidon team are hard-bodied, fiercely competitive Navy SEALs. But when a sensitive mission goes disastrously wrong, three of the team’s finest will have to trust their hearts and instincts to uncover the truth… 
Lieutenant Elijah Prescott should be spending his precious leave somewhere with sun, surf and scantily clad women. Instead, he’s heading home with two goals in mind. Figure out exactly how his last assignment went to hell and almost killed him—and reconnect with the woman who might offer salvation.
Ava Monroe has streamlined her life, eliminating every source of pain—including a marriage touched by tragedy. One glimpse of her ex and those good intentions turn to bad-girl desires. Her strategy: get over Elijah by getting under him again, sating herself until she can finally let go. But as betrayal within the rank of the SEALs turns deadly, there’s no denying that her heart and her life are on the line. Elijah is the only man who can protect both…
“This hot and sexy adventure takes readers on a thrilling ride of romance, secrets and SEALs.” –RT Book Reviews
“Reminiscent of Suzanne Brockmann’s Troubleshooters series, Weber’s latest will appeal to her fans as well as other militiary-romance readers.” –Booklist
“I love a good SEAL romance and Tawny Weber knocked this one out the park. Don’t miss it!” –USA Today bestsellling author Karen French
My Review:
Four Stars
Copy received from TLC BookTours for an honest review
Fun! Fun! and Fun! This was my first Tawny Weber book and my first Team Poseidon book.  What an energy filled story with angst, and passion!  First when the story begins, Lieutenant Elijah Prescott is in very bad shape.  It's obvious that although his body has healed, mentally he is not over the disaster that was his last assignment.  As part of one of the most elite teams in the Navy-Poseidon.  Elijah has a huge responsibility to his team and to himself.  When his team starts to question his capability the mental exhaustion really gets to him.  

Ava Monroe is Elijah's ex.  After their failed marriage,  Ava has done everything possible to make sure that her life is tidy and kept.  She has everything in control and wants no unexpected surprises. When she is reunited with Elijah she is flooded with all her old feelings and she soon discovers that she has been protecting her heart from the only person she has loved. This was a great second chance romance.  There is definite romance and chemistry between Ava and Elijah it was satisfying to see them finally find each other. 
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About Tawny Weber

Tawny Weber is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than forty books. She writes sexy, emotional romances with a dash of humor and is known for her heroes, most notably her popular Navy SEALs series. The recipient of numerous writing awards, Tawny has also hit number one on the Amazon and Barnes & Noble bestseller lists. She lives with her family in Northern California.

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Tawny Weber’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Monday, July 10th: Bewitched Bookworms
Wednesday, July 12th: Reading Lark After Dark
Monday, July 17th: Books a la Mode – excerpt
Thursday, July 20th: Readaholic Zone – excerpt
Monday, July 24th: A Fortress of Books
Wednesday, July 26th: Snowdrop Dreams – excerpt
Monday, July 31st: Staircase Wit
Thursday, August 3rd: Jathan & Heather
Friday, August 4th: Becky on Books
Monday, August 7th: Book Nerd
Wednesday, August 9th: The Romance Dish
Monday, August 14th: Moonlight Rendezvous
Wednesday, August 16th: What I’m Reading
Friday, August 18th: Books and Spoons – excerpt

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