BOOK DESCRIPTION: Each book in this series is a complete story unto itself. There are no cliffhangers. I wouldn't do that to you. You can read them out of sequence. Enjoy!
Devil dogs weren’t meant to have hearts…
Hunter Christian sure as hell didn’t. He was a Marine. A warrior. The last thin line of defense against evil in the world. He’d killed for his country and he’d do it again. He just didn’t expect that call-to-arms would come in the middle of one of those easy TEAM ops in Brazil, nor that he’d have to kill in front of the woman he’d once given his heart to.
The one he left behind…
She used to be a cheerleader...
Now Meredith Flynn is in the jungles of Brazil beta testing the latest Active Camouflage System out of McCormack Industries. The last man she expected to see there was Hunter Christian. They used to be friends. They could've been lovers. Only now, his once gentle heart is as hard and unforgiving as the profane ink on his chest and arms. He wears his tattoos like defiant badges. Are all soldiers as cold as he is?
She’ll never know…
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was supposed to be Hunter's story but got Jake's instead
Love this series. Excellent author. Yet book 14 & 16nare both about Jake
Any book that makes me laugh, cry, and stomp-my-foot-mad is a winner. I only awarded five stars as that was the limit available. Special books should be allowed at least seven stars. This story is full of action, men with strength and loyalty unsurpassed, as well as those men on the opposite end of the spectrum with nothing but evil and selfishness. We find a woman who shows “the mean-girl” attitude yet a tender warmth and surprising strength. Ms. Winters has a special ability to make you feel and understand the joy, heartbreak, love, loneliness, and many other emotions the people in her book are feeling. Her insights into those characters make the reader know them as well. You either love or hate her people, there is no middle ground. Hunter is the big-bad-alpha-ex-marine. Who would have thought he used to be a poet and English Major geek? Then Meredith walked out of his life. He walked into the Corps and left that life behind. Meeting again on a beta testing ops for some new lifesaving equipment, the “vacation ops” as it had been described, was anything but. The couple both feel betrayed by the other, yet they have not been able to scrub their hearts clean of the old feelings. When danger stalks the mission, feelings of protectiveness cross over into other emotions. Someone is after her, but why? She doesn't own the company. She didn't create the device. She has no money. Yet the enemy wants her. Hunter doesn't plan to let them have her. The action is incredible. Not only am I a sucker for this type of male, when there is a little kid involved you've nabbed me. This book not only has a bunch of guys, all beat-your-heart-sexy but the most adorable little guy who steals everyone’s, heart. Oh, yeah, and he has a very important friend he keeps close. I strongly recommend this book and the entire series. It isn't necessary to read any of the other books to enjoy each as they stand alone. You will be able to revisit characters you have met in previous stories, however, their basic story is covered in a thumbnail snapshot. I voluntarily reviewed this advanced reader copy and I have not been compensated in any way.