Tank (SEAL Team Alpha #4)by Zoe Dawson Published 11 Dec 2017
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US Navy SEAL Thorn "Tank" Hunt has been there done that, but when he loses his best friend and military working dog Echo, he’s heartbroken, but he has to pick up the pieces and get another partner. He met tough as nails and way too confident for her britches, Army Reserve veterinarian, Dr. Alyssa St. James through his baby brother and her fundraising efforts on behalf of MWDs. The undeniably beautiful, but contrary woman takes on the mission to teach Tank some new tricks and in the process, discover that maybe every once and a while he could roll over and let someone else take the lead.
Doc, as Alyssa is affectionately known at her practice, has had to deal with plenty of macho assholes in her years as a reservist, but although Tank looks like one of them guys, he’s anything but. A big man with a big heart tears down her walls and barriers, except, getting involved with a military man like her jerky ex-husband seems counter-intuitive. The distance and the separation devastated their marriage. Determined to stay in control, she's compelled to help him when he is introduced to Bronte, a beautiful Belgian Malinois to replace the one lost in battle. Just as much a warrior as the man she is finding irresistible. But as their relationship progresses and Tank works himself deeper into her heart, can they take the hardships of serving their country in stride and make it work?
"Tank (SEAL Team Alpha #4)" Reviews
omg i binged read this book. so good! i’m loving this series.
Once again, Ms Dawson demonstrate her talent as a write with this fourth book of her SEAL Team Alpha series.
This one gives us Tank Hunt and Alyssa St James.
Tank is a Navy SEAL whose personal losses have affected him emotionally and psycholoically. He is a take charge kind of guy, as well as a dedicated warrior.
Alyssa is a veterinarian, Army Reserve, and a woman with walls around her heart after being hurt by an ex-husband. Though neither wants involvements of any kind , Alyssa feels she needs to help Tank, not only find a new dog/partner, but also to find himself.
A heartbreaking and heartwarming story that is sure to stay in your heart.
Kudos to the author in reminding us that not only the men and women fighting for our country need to be honored, and thanked for their dedication, and service but also, their families. Those left behind have to deal with many hardships.
Another winning story by Ms Dawson.
I was gifted a copy of this book, The opinions expressed are solely my own.
Tank and Alyssa now a lot about each other – Alyssa don’t want to get involved in another relationship with a military man again, but can she resist Tank and HIS ways.
Tank needs to revise his ways to do things, maybe he is not always right GASP. This book is sweet, fun and hot. I love the way they are with each other, their friends and family, and the other characters in this book is a good compliment to Alyssa and Tank.
Remember this is book 4 in a series, I have not had the pleasure of reading the first 3, I would recommend reading the other books first – I think you will enjoy it even more if you now more about the people and where the books take place.
But never the less I liked the book a lot – and book 1-3 will be on my TBR goodreads list
I received an ARC and I am leaving a voluntary review, but everything I write is my own
5 - "You are enough exactly as you are." Stars!
We return to the SEAL Team Alpha series for the fourth time, this time Tank and his MWD Echo have their time in the spotlight.
I am going to right out say that this series if my number one for 2017, each and every book has been better than its predecessor, if I could give them more stars I would. But Zoe stepped it up even more this time, by putting Tank’s Service Dog; Echo firmly into the heart of the story as well. The SEAL and his dog have very much been one unit so far through the series, so getting to know Thorn ‘Tank’ Hunt, and what makes him tick a little more closely meant that I pretty much devoured this book in a day.
He couldn’t outrun all the things that were chasing him… And he sure as hell couldn’t outrun himself.
You come to realize quickly that this is a man with a lot of personal demons, and rather than deal with things he tends to shut down and go into protective alpha mode. Emotional entanglements are something that he would rather leave to the other guys. That is until Dr. Alyssa St. James. We met her briefly in the previous book, and to say her and Tank get off on the wrong foot would be an understatement. Doesn’t take long for the chemistry to start bubbling between them in this one though. Especially when Echo suffers a possible life ending injury while out on an op, and he asks the feisty veterinarian for help.
"I want you… I usually take what I want if the woman is willing… I don’t have to touch you to know your core is aching and you’re wet and hot for me."
I went through pretty much every emotion with this book, laughing at the guys banter, crying at some of the more poignant moments, nothing tugs the heart strings more than when a big, strong, warrior faces up to his demons and looks his weaknesses in the eye, and Zoe did not hold anything back in that regard.
She reminded him there was another side to him.
Blue, anther of the SEAL Team features heavily in this one as well, he is going through his own hell after a failed mission, and I am interested to see where Zoe takes his story when his book is released next year, because of events that occurred in this one, I am expecting another emotional roller-coaster.
"It was easier when you were giving me a hard time…"
This series and the characters in it, have well and truly burrowed their way into my heart now. I cannot wait for more in 2018.
We’re coming for you, Blue. Don’t give up…
ARC generously provided by the author, and it was, as it always is, my absolute pleasure to provide the above honest review.
In the fourth book of the SEAL Team Alpha series, the stakes are frequently high and outcomes are never guaranteed. From dangerous missions to troubling situations, I became caught up in the lives of two individuals who do much for others but often fail to do what is best for themselves. Thorn “Tank” Hunt and Dr. Alyssa St. James are dedicated to helping people and even animals in need, and this repeatedly puts them in circumstances where they can be hurt in various ways. Sometimes the threat is physical, while other events only cause emotional suffering. But regardless of what is occurring, the superb writing of Zoe Dawson let me experience what Tank and Alyssa were feeling to the fullest, always getting a sense of realism in any happening. TANK is a military-themed romance at its very best.
Since Thorn “Tank” Hunt is a Navy SEAL and has a dog that works alongside him, he knows how important these loyal animals can be to a mission. So assisting local veterinarian Dr. Alyssa St. James who specializes in military working dogs was an easy decision. What is difficult for him is the effect the Army reservist has on him when they are together. Alyssa is also very aware of Tank as a man, but knows nothing can ever come of the attraction because of their military careers.
When an incident during a mission results in Tank losing Echo as his canine partner, he is upset but knows he has to move forward for his team. While training with his new dog, the SEAL comes in contact with Alyssa once again. The way each feels for the other is even more overwhelming this time, making Tank and the veterinarian want to explore what is between them. Yet both realize there are probably too many obstacles that will keep their relationship from lasting.
A vast array of sentiments was felt by me while reading TANK. The camaraderie of Tank and the SEALs on his team always made me smile when they good-humoredly bicker back and forth, and some of their truly priceless comments caused a big laugh. Then there are the occasions where these alpha men are surprisingly sentimental, and I felt a soft spot for that particular person. When Tank and Alyssa converse, their discussions ranged from intimately sensual to life-changing. What these two go through during the story really touched me at times, as heartbreaking situations arise along with honest revelations. Zoe Dawson knows how to draw the reader into every compelling moment, keeping your attention on every page.
TANK is equally thrilling with dangerous adventures and heartfelt emotions. Whether a scene was comprised of risky peril or a candid conversation, it came across are extremely true-to-life and had me believing. Since I am a dog lover, the times when a dependable canine was involved was so enjoyable, especially since the author made these instances seem very accurate. There is a storyline in the book which carries over to the next release, and I am exceedingly eager to learn what happens.
I voluntarily reviewed the book, and all comments are my honest opinion
This series just gets better and better with every book. Tank, the 4th book in the SEAL Team Alpha series. You see Tank in the previous books but with this one, you get to see a whole lot more of him and get an insight into the way he is. Tank loves his SEAL brothers and his own brothers Jordan and Dan, his country and now Alyssa.
You do get to see quite a bit about Blue in this book since his book is next in the series which I can't wait to read. This series continues to captivate, thrill and excite me. I love this series.
I love how the author doesn't forget Echo right through this book, just as important as any other character in this book/series. A fabulous read from the SEAL Team Alpha series.