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Securing Piper

SEAL of Protection: Legacy, Book 3
Narrated by: Savannah Peachwood
Series: SEAL of Protection: Legacy, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs
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What started as an adventure soon became hell. Piper Johnson’s thrilled to spend time in Timor-Leste with her best friend, a Peace Corps volunteer…until civil unrest erupts throughout the countryside, including an attack at the orphanage the women were visiting. With the aid of a SEAL team sent to extract the government employee, Piper flees with the only other known survivors - three young orphan girls. Piper wasn’t able to save her friend, but she’ll be damned if she leaves the girls to the mercy of child traffickers in the country’s impoverished capital. However, taking them with her to the States requires something drastic, something crazy…something she can’t do alone. 

What started as a mission soon becomes fate. Since nearly dying on a previous op, Beckett “Ace” Morgan has no time for regrets. Life is far too short. So when he learns the brave, beautiful, selfless woman he’s rescued has a better chance of getting three orphans out of the country if she’s married, he doesn’t hesitate. Ace marries her then and there, instantly gaining the family he’s always wanted. With time, he knows his respect for Piper can grow into love, and meanwhile, he’s saved both her and their new daughters from a fast-spreading rebel incursion. 

Protecting his girls on foreign soil turns out to be the easy part of the team’s mission. Protecting them from a threat waiting at home may be the biggest fight of Ace’s life. 

Securing Piper is the third book in the SEAL of Protection: Legacy Series. Each book is a stand-alone, with no cliffhanger endings.

©2019 Susan Stoker (P)2019 Susan Stoker

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  • TheNameless
  • 17-09-2019

A huge disappointment

I've listened to/read over 50 of SS's books and, out of all of them, only about 7 have been truly disappointing. However, I'm sorry to have to say that, so far, every SoP:L title has been a let down.

SP's narration isn't great, but it's not terrible either. The problem is with the stories themselves:

Caite started well and then meandered about in a long-winded fashion before completely fizzling out.

Sidney was better but I found the heroine so frustrating that she spoiled everything. I didn't think she deserved Gumby and, by the end, I really didn't want them to get together!

Now Piper, and I have to admit that I just found this one dull! Usually, I'm not aware of time passing when I'm caught up in a story, but I found myself regularly checking how much more I had to get through. Several times, I gave up and listened to something else instead! Much as I wanted to, I simply didn't care about Ace, Piper or anyone else. The whole story left me completely cold and there wasn't any chemistry to make them a believable couple.

I'm on the verge of giving up on this series, but I keep hoping for a return to form and don't want to miss it if it happens! The recent books in SS's other series have been great, it's only SoP:L that consistently fails to deliver.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 15-09-2019

I enjoyed this book about securing Piper

Another great book from the author of the seal protection series. I enjoyed reading about Pipers and Ace's story and about the heroines struggles at the beginning of the storyline and how her relationship with Ace and the children evolved, together with the outside factors that came into play. I also enjoyed reading about the power of compassion, love and forgiveness.