Reads like a Jason Bourne type flick. -Typical Distractions
Team Fear: An elite Special Forces unit involved in an experimental program to create fearless soldiers.
Background: Military trained, medically enhanced, designed to kill.
Mission: The surviving members of Team Fear are out of the military and in a world of secrets, lies, and cover-ups in this steamy romantic suspense series by Cindy Skaggs.
As a member of an elite Special Forces unit, Ryder bleeds red, white, and blue until a tragic accident causes Uncle Sam to cut the experimental team loose. The government program created a near-invincible fighting force but left the men with horrific side effects. When a fellow soldier loses his tether to reality and does the unthinkable, Ryder goes underground to protect his new wife.
Lauren thought her marriage was perfect until her husband disappeared. Now she's determined to move on alone, but when someone tries to kill her, Ryder returns to protect what's his.
The threats to Lauren intensify and Ryder must call in his disgraced team to protect her. She's not safe alone, but loving a fearless soldier might be her most dangerous mission yet.
About the Author
Cindy Skaggs grew up on stories of mob bosses, horse thieves, cold-blooded killers, and the last honest man. Those mostly true stories gave her a lifelong love of storytelling that enables her writing addiction. She is the author of seven published romantic suspense novels, including The Untouchables trilogy and a novella for Entangled Publishing and the Team Fear series. Her nonfiction essays have appeared in Progenitor Art & Literary Review, Soundings, Wanderlust Journal, and the Fredericksburg Literary Art Review. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing, three jobs, two kids, and more pets than she can possibly handle. She also plays the flute, makes crazy-good sculptures out of tortilla dough, and can wrangle the neurotic dog without getting mauled. Find her as Cindy Skaggs, Writer on Facebook, @CLSkaggs on Twitter, or www.CSkaggs.com to sign up for her newsletter.