“SEALed by Fate” by Marliss Melton in the SEAL of My Dreams (Anthology)
Lieutenant Sam Sasserville is on an operation he’s dubbed “Dumb Broad.” If it wasn’t for this crazy Senator’s daughter, he would be on an important mission instead of dragging her butt out of danger.
Madison Scott lives to help others. As an aid worker, she is sometimes the only thing standing between the innocent and rebels. Madison isn’t happy to discover daddy’s having her pulled out of Matamoros. Even more disturbing are the feelings her arrogant rescuer provokes as he orders her not to put herself in danger ever again.
SEAL of My Dreams
Paperback: 396 pages
Publisher: Bell Bridge Books (November 11, 2011)
“SEALed by Fate” is a thrilling non-stop hit! I am dying to know what happens next between this fiery couple. “SEALed by Fate” definitely revs the reader up and leaves you wanting more! Lots of action and witty banter!
All proceeds from sales of SEAL of My Dreams go to the Veterans Research Corporation, a non-profit fundraiser for veterans’ medical research.
Includes foreword by Robyn Carr and the following novellas: Coming Home by Jami Alden, Baby, I’m Back by Stephanie Bond, SEALed Fates by Kylie Brant, Going Dark by Helen Brenna, Finding Home by HelenKay Dimon, SEALed With A Kiss by Cindy Gerard, Panama Jack by Tara Janzen, Wrapped and SEALed by Leslie Kelly, Worth the Risk by Elle Kennedy, Twenty-One Hours by Alison Kent, Not Waving But Drowning by Jo Leigh, Her Secret Pirate by Gennita Low, SEALed By Fate by Marliss Melton, Signed, SEALed, Delivered..I’m Yours by Christie Ridgway, Dog Heart by Barbara Samuel, Whirlwind by Roxanne St. Claire, Holding On by Stephanie Tyler, and Letters To Ellie by Loreth Anne White.
Between them, the authors of SEAL of My Dreams have won dozens of writing awards including multiple RITAs from Romance Writers of America. Their nearly 600 published novels have sold at least 35 million copies worldwide. The SEAL of My Dreams roster includes many of the best-known authors in modern romance fiction. In addition, many have strong family connections to the servicemen and women of our nation’s military, and many specialize in novels featuring heroes and heroines from all branches of service.