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Charlotte Williams a 42-year-old widow is heading out for a medical mission trip to Guatemala. She meets a group of Marines at the airport prior to leaving. She hasn't even considered dating since the death of her husband, but when she meets the tall, dark, and handsome Marine, she begins to reconsider her celibacy; however she won't ever see him again, right? She doesn't even know his name. 

Jordan "Hawk" Jackson is a 46-year-old Marine Special Ops soldier and leader of his team. He has been burned badly in his first marriage being left to raise his son on his own 16 years ago. He had felt something was missing in his life but couldn't put his finger on it until he met a beautiful stranger in an airport cafe while traveling for a new mission. He suddenly wanted to have this woman, but he didn't even know her name. He wouldn't ever see her again anyway, right? 

Destiny had other plans. While raiding a suspected compound of an evil drug lord in the Colombian jungle, Hawk finds Charlotte beaten and bound lying on a jungle path, thrown out like trash. His protective instincts kick in and he is determined to keep her safe no matter the cost. 

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Aces Press, LLC (P)2020 Tantor

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ok for a 1st go

I like the ops/seals/delta etc stories, hence Susan stoker is my fave. I was surprised and thrilled to see riley edwards and now angela rush cross Susan's characters over. the story was great, gritty and a nice little twist. Robyn Verne the female narrator, in someone's opinion was whiny....huh? she had a soft voice with a southern drawl. the heroine portrayed, I found, fitted the voice of Robyn perfectly. she was quiet, respectfil and polite, exactly how southern women have been described In other novels, to have been raised... she still had gusto where needed but otherwise the character and voice, I felt were in sync. it was Jack I had a problem with, his voice moved awfully fast and I had to slow the speed, In saying that, i had to speed Robyn up a tad. however, sometimes he was in character and other times not, I didn't feel with the hero's voice at all. if it was Jason Clarke or Aiden snow, then hubba, hubba ...perfection. I liked the story, it had sass and grit and In Susan stoker form a HEA. elise hasn't had good ratings so I might leave this one and try it is Michael's series.....

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  • TCB1679
  • 05-09-2020

Miserable Sounding Female Narrator

I can not get past the third chapter because of the female narrator! She is awful!! I feel terrible for the author because I have no idea whether the story is good or not. This narrator ruined the entire book for me. I am definitely returning this purchase.

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  • Martha Dunlap
  • 15-08-2020

A Good Story

This is a hard review to write. I enjoyed the story and the plot. The one thing that bothered me was just as the story is moving along, the author throws in another love scene. I get the couple is hot for each other as they constantly keep saying that during the book. But after awhile, I just wanted to story to move along because you just know that the bad guy has got to do something. The performers are good but I kept wondering during the story why the girl didn't do the girl's part all the time and the guy would do his part during the story. It is broken up that when the guy is speaking his part, he does all the parts. The same with the woman. So what you get is a woman doing the voice for the man and the next time the man is doing his part and then he does the woman's part. It got confusing. But all in all, I enjoyed the book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 14-04-2020

Female narrator horrible

This story would have been good female narrator is shaking whiny and awful too bad for the author.

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  • Jackie Boyer
  • 09-04-2020

wonderful

what a great story. will be reading all books bu this arthor. 😃😃😃 hawk is wonderful and charlotte sweet

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  • C M Silver
  • 21-08-2020

WTF ?

Managed only 14 mins before I ended this ridiculously ironic story about a woman who's going to another country to help poor people requiring medical aid. As America has no state health care system, shouldn't she really start at home? She is spending the evening in a military town, in a bar full of SEALs, where women get kidnapped! If it's an army town, who is doing the kidnapping? She's in a bar where she gives a lecture about domestic violence. Alcohol is the major cause of domestic violence!!! To really top off the saccharine icing on this sickly black pudding, it's read by a demented sounding female. HORRIBLE

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  • CJ
  • 03-05-2020

loved it!

I thoroughly enjoyed the book. The narration was superb. looking forward to listening to Deadeye's story

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