Book Review: The Wrong SEAL by Nancy Brophy
This reads like a really good category romance from maybe the Harlequin Suspense line, despite the fact that it's indie-author published. Sam and Cricket are a great couple and the author does a terrific job of not making Cricket's twins not too 'Plot Moppet'. There are plenty of twists and turns to the plot and a rather shocking ending that I didn't see coming, and even though it's fifth in a series it reads perfectly well as a standalone, which isn't easy to pull off. I've seen professionally published authors do a lot worse.
I'd encourage the author to pitch her work to Harlequin or similar category romance publishers; it would hugely increase her readership and she'd get access to professional editing. While The Wrong SEAL isn't badly edited, there are a few proofing errors that have clearly slipped through the cracks.
Four stars, but with a lot of potential. I look forward to seeing where this author goes in the future!
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for review through NetGalley.