This book has a rather unfinished feel to it. I was looking forward to reading it, because Bobby Taylor has been one of SB's original SEALs and I wanted to get inside his mind. Unfortunately, I didn't. The plot mostly consisted of Colleen Skelly throwing herself at him while Bobby kept running because his friend Wes would kill him if he touched her. Eventually, of course, she caught him, and towards the end there was a little bit of SEAL type action, but nothing to get excited about. The main trouble is that you never felt you were getting to know Bobby. There was no mention of his family, of why he joined the SEALs or anything personal. At one point, he baked a coffee cake for breakfast. There was no reason given for why he could bake, or why he throught coffe cake was a suitable after-passion breakfast. I was also unhappy about the fact that Colleen was the one taking all the emotional risks while Bobby just kept running. That said, it was still a good yarn, with one or two excellent scenes in it.