Navy SEAL Trick Novak knows he needs to find a better cure for his insomnia, but a warm body and a pretty smile worked just fine until he met Gaby Ellis—his latest conquest’s roommate. Now he’s not sleeping, and he’s definitely not getting laid, but that just means he’s got more time to plot ways to win over the beautiful and stubborn kindergarten teacher.
Except maybe falling in love with one who'd rather not know yours.
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Fall Out - Drew and Annie
Fall Hard - Jared and Cassie
Fall Away - Trick and Gaby
Fall Deep - Miles and Piper
Fall Fast - Nathan and Emme
Fall Back - Cade and Mel
Fall Dark - Vince and Larken
Fall Dirty - Hunter and Serena
Fall Quiet - Quinn and Leah
Fall Easy - Jason and Julie
Search Terms: Friends To Lovers, men in uniform, teacher, love triangle, Navy SEAL, military romance
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