Beg, Borrow or STEELE

Beg, Borrow or STEELE

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by Liz Rein
     
 

Project STEELE: Book Two
Severely injured during a sabotaged Black Ops mission Major Gage Peterson and the Project STEELE team are now looking for the man behind everything. With the help of corporate whistleblower, Olivia Lights, and their new enhanced bionic abilities, they will track him down. All Gage has to do to keep her safe. Can he fight this unknown…  See more details below

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Project STEELE: Book Two
Severely injured during a sabotaged Black Ops mission Major Gage Peterson and the Project STEELE team are now looking for the man behind everything. With the help of corporate whistleblower, Olivia Lights, and their new enhanced bionic abilities, they will track him down. All Gage has to do to keep her safe. Can he fight this unknown entity as well as his desire for her?

This book can be read as a stand-alone story but because the storylines are interwoven they are best read in order.
Book #1 STEELE Her Heart
Book#2 Beg, Borrow or STEELE

What is Project STEELE?
In 1958 Dr. Jack E. Steele, a medical doctor and retired US Air force Colonel, coined the term bionics. Bionics originating from bion meaning unit of life and the suffix ic meaning like. Bionic: like a unit of life.
This new science focused on giving superhuman powers with the use of electromechanical implants. DARPA, The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is responsible for developing this technology under the classified program called Project STEELE.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015729146
Publisher:
Free Rein Books
Publication date:
11/16/2012
Series:
Project STEELE , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
652,493
File size:
284 KB

Meet the Author

Liz Rein is a thirty year old single girl living in southeastern Washington with her two dogs Cooper and Mikey. She spends her days flexing her creative muscles, working with clients developing marketing plans and materials for small businesses.

When not working you can usually find her curled up with a good book, most likely a romance novel. Liz started reading when she was thirteen and never looked up. Now seventeen years later she finally put the book down and picked up a pen. Encouraged by her mother she wrote her first book on a lark. The second, when inspiration struck.

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