He’s in the fight of his life…
Suddenly back in Iraq, US Army Corporal Harley Mortimer searches for the men he left behind in a world where guilt never lets go and nothing seems real. Dead men talk and die—over and over again. There is no peace or rest. Only war. Only despair. Only—didn’t he survive this exact scenario once before And who the hell is Judy?
She’s a force to be reckoned with…
Judy O’Brien’s future is planned and perfect until Harley, the man she intends to marry, goes missing. Mysteriously, a friend of his, Kelsey Stewart disappears the same day. He and Kelsey have a shared history, but do they love each other—that way? Worse, is he the murderer the FBI claims he is? Judy must come to grips with the man she thought she knew. And all of his secrets…
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I loved reading Judy and Harley's story.
I listened to the audio and read the book. This has everything. It is touching. Exciting. Dangerous. Steamy. Has team/family loyalty. The author takes the lives of military people and shows us the life they have to adjust to after returning from protecting our freedom. Harley has a traumatic brain injury TBI. He has memory loss and other issues. When an accident pushes him into the past his team is searching for him along with Judy the woman who loves him. Yet, she wasn't his past. Does she exist in his new present? Meanwhile, the wife of the company owner's wife is kidnapped. So much happening. So many people who care--oh yeah, the team has been hired by the FBI to find a serial killer in DC--with their hands tied. The narrator is spectacular. There is nothing about this but the highest praise for story and audio. My strongest recommendation.
Harley (In The Company of Snipers Book 4) by Irish Winters 5 out of 5 stars I have been waiting impatiently for Harley's story, he has been a favorite since I started the series. Winters did not disappoint! This is actually the fasted paced, most action packed book yet! With Kelsey and Alex coming back in strong and then Judy and Harley's story, this is full of revenge, PTSD, grief, guilt, and healing love. As always Winters is ever mindful of the plight and sacrifice our military members and veterans go through to protect our country, but I truly appreciated her showing how that sacrifice spills over to their families as well. As an Army wife I appreciated the acknowledgement that their struggles and sacrifice takes a toll on the whole family. So when Harley suffered with PTSD it wasn't just his fight, it affected Judy and his friends and co-workers at TEAM. Then when Kelsey is kidnapped again, like a family, they suffer and pull together to find her and heal as a unit. It is the heart understanding and the respect shown for our service men and women that makes me an Irish Winters supporter,but the love and honesty in her stories that make me a true fan! *A complimentary copy was given in exchange for an honest review* Pippa, My Secret Book Spot