The one thing Ellen Thomas has to do to stay alive is stay Invisible.
Since the night a man died at her feet trying to protect Ellen and her father from a London gangster, Ellen has been on the run. In an attempt to stop herself being discovered, she’s done everything to blend in with the wallpaper. She’s moved halfway across the country, dyed her hair, and given up everything and everyone she knew and loved, just to stay alive. But is it enough?
Luke Roberts has finally left a distinguished career in the British army behind him, and joined with his former team-mates to start Alpha Company Security, fulfilling the dream the four men have shared for years. But he won’t be able to rest until he finds out who murdered his twin brother and why. The police think Casey got in with the wrong crowd, but Luke is convinced that his brother would never have been mixed up with criminals. He suspects that Casey was working undercover for the police, but can't get any confirmation whilst it could harm an on-going investigation.
He's spent three years trying to track down the one person who might be able to tell him what happened to his brother that night, but she may as well be a ghost!
Will he ever discover the truth? Or will he get a lot more than he bargained for?
This is Book One in The Alpha Company Women Series.
The other titles in the series are as follows;
The books can be read independently, but are best enjoyed if read in order.
Please note that this series of books contains swearing, violence and scenes of a sexual nature. They are not intended for anyone under the age of 18 due to some detailed and descriptive content, and should be classified as Adult but not Erotic fiction. (M/F)
About the Author
Beth Abbott is a married mum of three boys who lives in South Wales. She works full time, and spends every free minute tapping away on her poor abused laptop! She’s an avid reader of many genres, loves films, music and watching most sports. She’s a huge tennis fan, and more specifically is a massive Andy Murray supporter. One of the smartest things Beth ever did was to pick 2015 as the year to follow the GB team in the Davis Cup, and she’s very proud to say that she and her husband went to every day of every round, right up to and including the finals in Ghent, Belgium, where GB lifted the trophy. With two vuvuzelas and a huge Welsh-Scottish flag (along with the obligatory Union Jack of course!), if you were there and didn’t see her, then you almost certainly heard her! Beth started writing the Alpha Company Series of books after a break from writing of almost two decades, but felt compelled to start writing again as she had so many voices in her head. Ignoring her husband’s suggestion that she should try medication, she grabbed her laptop and started tapping away. Within hours she knew she wasn’t just writing another short story. The Alpha Company Women Series was born! Luke and Ellen came first, swiftly followed by the rest of the Alpha Company characters. Before she had even finished writing Invisible, Beth was already planning four books. But then before she finished the third book, Concealed, she knew that she couldn’t leave CJ without telling her story, and without blinking, books five and six were in the works. Even though she always knew her books would be about military veterans, Beth always imagined that she would base them in America, because that’s where most of the books she reads are based. Imagine her surprise when her first book ended up being set not only in the UK, but just outside of Birmingham, in the Midlands, a place she has absolutely no connection with whatsoever! Gradually though, the books have moved over to the US, and the start of Relentless, heralds the move from the Alpha Company Women Series to the Stalwart Security Series, which will be based almost entirely in America, albeit with a few excursions to far-away places. But for those of you who have fallen in love with the Alpha Company Family, fear not! You’re not the only ones! They will be in and out of the Stalwart stories, as and when storylines allow it.