Review: ONCE A SEAL by Anne Elizabeth

ONCE A SEAL by Anne Elizabeth
Publication Date: November 5, 2013
Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Donna
Rated: 3 Stars



What woman hasn’t dreamed of what it would be like to marry a Navy SEAL? Dan McCullum is everything Aria has ever imagined—sweet, strong, and sexy as hell. She just never expected how tough the SEAL life would be. Dan could be gone at a moment’s notice and not allowed to tell her where he’s going or when he’ll be back. Dan has never backed down from a challenge in his life. But this one is his hardest yet. How does he balance his duty to his country with a soul-deep love for Aria? It’s going to require patience, ingenuity, and some of the hottest homecomings he can dream up. Because for him, this isn’t a fling: this is forever…


This book was a true to life story of Navy SEAL newlyweds and their struggle to find rhythm in their new life together. The writing was good and honestly depicted their everyday life with some pretty hot romance warming the pages. The SEAL missions were a back story as well as some intrigue of Aria’s and I wish there was more involving them as a couple. For those wanting a realistic sweet romance that shows what life would be like as a SEAL wife, this book is for you.

*ARC provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

Kindle $5.38
Amazon Paperback $6.39
B&N (Nook $6.49/ Paperback $6.99)
Kobo $6.99

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