Fall Deep (SEALS Undone #4) by Zoe York

fall deep
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Synopsis:

Navy SEAL Miles Dumbrowski is on his way back to war. He isn’t supposed to fall in love. 

Piper Harrington left San Diego behind, looking for adventure in Europe. The no-strings, easy-breezy kind of adventure. 

Now her heart is headed to the Middle East with a man she won’t see for months. But Miles seems intent on proving he's worth the wait for that second date. 

Review:

Fall Deep didn't really work for me. Piper and Miles fall instantly in love, which I don't mind if done right, but here I didn't believe it. I never was able to connect with the characters so I didn't see that they really care for each other at all. 

Miles and Piper first meet when Miles comes into the bar she is working at. She is in Europe on a finding herself trip and working for a bit to make money before moving on. She wasn't expecting to meet anyone or care about them, but Miles draws her in. 

Miles is a Navy SEAL and is shipping out the next day. When he sees Piper he knows he needs to get to know her even though he is leaving again. Maybe they can work something out. Though when he tells her he is leaving the next day she calls it all off. She is supposed to be finding herself, not falling for some military guy! 

Only she quickly realizes her mistake and then they are together forever. They write and call each other when they can and for some reason didn't work for me at all. I never felt the connection. Piper would get all worked up about things that happened in the world, sure Miles was there in the middle of it even though she didn't know where he was. I just didn't feel it. I didn't believe she was actually really worried about her boyfriend who is in a dangerous place/situation. I don't know what it was about it, but they didn't work for me. So overall just a meh read. 

Rating: ★ ★

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