On Sale: July 30, 2019
Featuring: Anya Gutierrez; Amador ‚ÄúStryker‚ÄĚ Salas
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Romance Suspense | Romance Military
First in a thrilling romantic suspense series featuring a band of do-or-die Navy SEALs in Texas
A SEAL is ready for anything…except losing his heart…
Lieutenant Amador “Stryker” Salas and his tight-knit Navy SEAL team are undercover on a Texas ranch and tasked with covert ops across the border. It’s an assignment that requires all their skills, all their secrets, and all their know-how.
Anya Gutierrez, the local veterinarian, has been serving the ranch for years. She loves the animals and ranching life, and Stryker finds her a breath of fresh air in his otherwise rigidly disciplined existence.
When Anya gets caught in the crosshairs of a mission gone sideways, Stryker must tell her the truth about who he really is, risking everything to keep her out of harm’s way, even if it destroys him…
26 comments posted.
Re: A SEAL Never Quits
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(Vickie Couturier 7:45am July 29)
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(Emily Stemp 9:30am July 29)
This sounds like a wonderful read.
(Cynthia St. Germain 10:20pm July 29)
Enjoyed the post & loved hearing about you & your husband.
(Jana B 11:06pm July 29)
What a fascinating look at your family history and love the
answer you gave your husband!
(Kathleen Bylsma 6:39pm July 30)
There is definitely a special bond within military units. My husband
was in the Air Force and "we" reluctantly retired after 24 years. It is
a special way of life and not everyone is suited for it. The FB111 was
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people on the 2 man crews. It has been over 30 years since we left
the active 111 family and the planes are no longer in the inventory.
The crews still get together every 2 years and it is like it has only
been a short time since seeing each other. The reunion is in 2
weeks and we are looking forward to it. Small specialized units
build an especially close relationship among the members. It
sounds like you have done a good job of depicting that. I look
forward to reading this series.
(Patricia Barraclough 8:31pm July 30)
SEALs undercover on a ranch! I want to read this!
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Want to read this one.
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(Jasmeet Gill 1:51pm August 1)
I like the idea of a SEAL working undercover on a Texas ranch. Thank you for the giveaway.
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(Kevin Love 2:32am August 2)
I enjoyed learning about you and your husband! Thanks for
sharing. Love reading about Navy SEALs, and one working
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(Tina Rucci 3:40pm August 2)
Looks like a great new suspense series!
(Kathryn Plitt 1:46pm August 3)
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keeping the lessons learned as they do so.
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