The Santinis Collection by Melissa Schroeder

The Santinis Collection

By Melissa Schroeder

  • Publication Date: 2013-08-27
  • Genre: Military
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 26 Ratings)

Book Overview

Four brothers who believe in service before self and the women who will bring them to their knees.
LEONARDO
Joint Base San Antonio
Army Medic Leo Santini doesn’t know what hit him when he runs into prickly physical therapist Maryanne Johnson.
MARCO
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
Quiet and thoughtful Navy SEAL Marco Santini doesn’t realize love is right under his nose, but once he does, nothing will stop him from capturing Alana Kailikea’s heart.
GIANNI
Moody AFB
PJ Gianni Santini finds the woman of his dreams the day before a deployment. When he returns, he has one mission on his mind, conquering professor Kianna Jones.
VICENTE
Quantico MCB
Vicente sees himself at the last Santini standing when he comes up close and personal with the one woman he has always loved, Jules Andrews. Now all he cares about is being that last man standing—as long as he’s her man.

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Recent Reviews

  • Light, entertaining reads

    5
    By Evirodude
    The author has away with interesting dialogue, including regional dialects. More warmth than coolness in the stories. Brings the closeness military families can share and what they “put up with” that makes them strong. Anyone not ever exposed to military life should gain insights. Those with military experience will feel at home.
  • Too forced

    2
    By Missffit206
    Typically I love e-novels but this one was entirely too rushed. I didn’t get to fall in love with the characters and I was dumbfounded when I learned how quickly the characters fell in love. There simply wasn’t enough emotional or character development prior to the characters becoming so involved with one another.

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