Bad Boys of SEAL Team 3 #3
On Sale: June 30, 2015
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Danny Begay has tried to drive out the voices of his
ancestors, but his Navajo roots will not die. Summoned
back to Arizona to visit his dying grandfather, a former
Navajo Code Talker, he knows he has disappointed his hero
grandfather. He buries himself one more time in the arms
of a stranger before going back to Northern California.
Luci Tohe teaches at a reservation school, safeguarding
the health of her ailing mother and little sister’s
future, her own life on hold. She doesn’t expect the
young Dine warrior she meets to be anything but a
distraction from her loneliness.
Danny decides to join the Navy, as a SEAL, becoming the
man he knew he was destined to be. Before deployment, he
goes back to visit the girl he cannot get out of his
mind. A dangerous human trafficking element threatens
Luci and her family. Danny vows to protect them all.
The Bad Boys of SEAL Team 3
17 comments posted.
Re: SEAL's Code
I have always enjoyed history, so having some history included in a fictional book adds depth to the story. I just don't want the historical facts to overshadow the plot and characterization.
(Cheryl Castings 11:37am June 17, 2015)
I do enjoy learning little tidbits about history and or facts about the Military... but for me it is the overall journey the characters take to find happiness that I focus on mostly in romances.
(Colleen Conklin 2:42pm June 17, 2015)
Love me some stories about Seal's adventures and action.
Always looking for new authors books for my library.
(Sharon Rabner 7:03pm June 17, 2015)
Love historicals and understanding the military more from the novels I read. Setting is in the details. Because I've travel extensively, I want accuracy in my books to make it more realistic. But, truthfully, a good plot, pacing, believable characters, a quirky or interesting secondary character, and a good romance add to a good book. Thanks for letting me discover you.
(Bj Maxwell 7:20pm June 17, 2015)
(Marissa Yip-Young 5:54am June 18, 2015)
I love military books. I am new to your books.
(Hillary Kaltenbach 7:59am June 18, 2015)
Yes, I enjoy learning about history and the background of the characters as it makes them more realistic.
(Linda Harrison 8:38am June 18, 2015)
I LOVE historical-based books because I get to learn at the same time I am caught up in a new and original story. And a lot of times I check the facts to make sure that what's been incorporated into the "novel" is actually true. It's such a fun and painless way to learn. Your book sounds great.
(Nancy Reynolds 10:02am June 18, 2015)
One of the reasons I found romance was because of my love of reading about people in history...I
learned a lot about history along the way! I love learning and it would be a delight to learn
about code talking in military, especially because my Dad was in Military Code School in WWII!
(Lenna Hendershott 12:35pm June 18, 2015)
(Emily Stemp 2:23pm June 18, 2015)
I like learning about history.
(Laura Gullickson 7:04am June 20, 2015)
Yes I enjoy a little history, just like I enjoy researching for my
5 family trees. It's not always nice info that you find but it
gives insight to the lives they lived.
(Nancy Luebke 12:41pm June 20, 2015)
I like learning details from history in my romance, because many times it's
important to know in order to understand the backstory of the characters.
(Becky R 1:18pm June 20, 2015)
I enjoy learning interesting historical facts. In an
historical romance they help to define the characters.
(Irene Menge 7:28pm June 20, 2015)
I love to learn true historical facts, especially about the Navajo Code Talkers, as I
worked for the Indian Health Service in clinics on the reservation, where both
Western & traditional medicine were used in healing.It was fascinating.
(Sheila Veikune 10:23pm June 20, 2015)
I love history in my reading books. It makes sense because I majored in history at college. It also makes the story more believable.
(Melinda Marks 10:34pm June 20, 2015)
i seen movie about the talker and when my dad and then the other went to war and came home and talk about them i used to worlk the school paper and we sued to do sotry unusual and then get credit i love the cover the book
(Desiree Reilly 11:07pm June 20, 2015)
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