Admit it, there’s a reason we love Top Gun, An Officer and a Gentleman, and Fleet Week — there’s just something about a man in uniform! If you can’t get enough soldier heroes and the women who fight and love alongside them, this list will take you all the way from basic training to graduating as a SEAL (Serious Expert About Love stories).
1) Out of Control by Suzanne Brockmann
In this Troubleshooters novel, a woman forced to deliver a terrorist ransom turns to the only man who can help her — a Navy SEAL as sexy as he is dangerous. One of Brockmann’s best!
2) Killing Time by Cindy Gerard
Gerard’s heroes are irresistible, especially Mike “Primetime” Brown as a former black ops man fighting his demons.
3) Forget Me Not by Heather Ashby
When a Navy helicopter pilot falls for a war widow, he’ll have to reform his playboy ways if he wants to win her over!
4) Scorched by Laura Griffin
Navy SEALs make great lovers, but they’re not the marrying kind. At least that’s what Gage assumes — until he meets forensic anthropologist Kelsey in this Tracers novel.
5) Because of You by Jessica Scott
Can a man of war find peace in the arms of a woman? Fun fact: author Jessica Scott is not only a bestselling romance novelist, but also a career army officer!
6) Never Surrender by Lindsay McKenna
A Navy medic is taken hostage by the Taliban, and only a Navy SEAL can get her back!
7) Wild Card by Lora Leigh
To expose a drug cartel, a Navy SEAL (so many SEALs!) must fake his own death and assume a new identity . . . even when he returns home to his grieving wife.
8) Captured by Jasinda Wilder
This emotional story of a Marine widow finding new love is written by a husband-and-wife team.
9) When Day Breaks by Maya Banks
The men may be out of uniform, but their mission is far from over . . . KGI is an elite force of ex-military heroes who’ll do anything to find justice — love is just a bonus.
10) Free Fall by Catherine Mann
This pararescue jumper must complete a mission with a sexy Interpol agent — nice work if you can get it! If you love pilots, Catherine Mann’s the writer for you . . . her heroes are always the real deal, because she can do her research at home with her flyboy husband!
11) Danger Close by Kaylea Cross
The heroine’s the one in uniform here — an Army nurse finds herself the target of a high-value terrorist, so she’s whisked off to a CIA safe house. But this agent makes her feel anything but safe . . .