No Control (Delta Force Trilogy Series #2)

No Control (Delta Force Trilogy Series #2)

by Shannon K. Butcher
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No Control (Delta Force Trilogy Series #2) by Shannon K. Butcher

NO HIDING. Lana Hancock knows all about danger--and betrayal. Eighteen months ago, she was captured by a terrorist group known as the Swarm while one of its members, a rugged man with sinfully dark eyes, did nothing to help her. Now when she's freed and desperate to put it all behind her, the unthinkable happens. The Swarm is targeting Lana once again and the man who stood silently by has become her protector. But can she trust him? NO ESCAPE. Delta Force operative Caleb Stone will never forget the hatred shining in Lana's eyes. Ordered to take down the Swarm by infiltrating its ranks, Caleb couldn't blow his cover to save her--no matter how much it haunted him. Now, gifted with a second chance, he vows to move heaven and earth to protect her...and fulfill her every desire. But the Swarm has reorganized. It's more powerful than ever and hell-bent on revenge...NO CONTROL.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780446618663
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 02/01/2008
Series: Delta Force Series , #2
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 685,169
Product dimensions: 4.12(w) x 6.75(h) x 1.25(d)

About the Author

Shannon K. Butcher once spent a summer chasing tornados with the National Severe Storms Lab in Oklahoma on an undergraduate research project. A former engineer, she now writes full time. She lives with her husband and their son. NO CONTROL is her second novel.

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No Control (Delta Force Trilogy Series #2) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 56 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read a brief synopsis of this book in a Cosmo magazine and thought I would check out the book. Oh my word I couldn't put it down at all. I just wanted to read more about Caleb and Lana. I would definately read this over again, and I don't do that with books that often. Its a page turner.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Having survived a terrorist kidnapping in Armenia in which everyone else was killed, she had prayed that she would join them. Eighteen months later, not feeling safe even in her home in Columbia, Missouri, Lana Hancock suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, euphoria for being alive, and a horrific case of survivor's guilt. The nightmares make it impossible for her to sleep. Worse one of the evil abductors, Miles Gentry, appears in each of her horrific dreams as he saved her life but failed to prevent torture or keep the others alive. ---- Unbeknownst to Lana, Miles is actually undercover Delta Force operative Caleb Stone, who struggled to keep his identity concealed for fear of crippling his mission when all he wanted to do was rescue her. He would like to comfort her, but feels the best thing for Lana is to never see him again. However, the CIA believes she might be a target of the terrorist cell wanting to complete the job Caleb is assigned to keep her safe filled with guilt for allowing her to be battered, he vows to die if necessary to insure she is not harmed by these monsters. ---- Romantic suspense fans will have NO REGRETS after reading Shannon K. Butcher¿s action-packed NO CONTROL due to the lead couple whose guilt complexes supersedes rational thought. Both are fascinating characters struggling to cope with the memories of that ugly incident however, readers will especially find Miles interesting as he has regrets for not interceding earlier even though he knows logically it would have destroyed the mission. He keeps asking himself esoteric questions like whether freedom is a sham when innocent pawns are sacrificed for the common good. Fans will relish this strong character driven thriller as Miles has a second chance but he also knows he can never make up for what he allowed to happen to the woman he loves. ---- Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
Delta Force Operator, Caleb Stone, was working undercover in Armenia. Swarm, a terrorist group, had already killed and were plotting to hit an elementary school. Without blowing his cover, he could do nothing to protect the hostages. He had to watch while they tortured and killed the Americans. Only one survived. Once he had the information he so desperately needed, he carried Lana Hancock¿s broken and battered body from the cave. She was barely alive. He stood by her bedside, demanding that she live. The only thing that kept her going was the burning desire to tell him how much she hated him. Lana fought her way back to physical shape but still suffered from the nightmares. It was believed that the terror group had reorganized and once again was plotting destruction and death. Lana was again in danger, and it was Caleb¿s job and desire to see that no harm come to her. She knew something but was afraid to share. The terrorist did not know that the hood they had placed over Lana¿s head had a tear, just big enough to see their faces. Now eighteen months later her friends and family¿s life was at stake. Could she trust Caleb to protect them? Occasionally you run on to a book that you know is going to be a best seller. No Control by Shannon K. Butcher is that book. She snatches the reader¿s interest from the opening and does not let go to the last page of the book. She has a superb talent for conveying emotion whether it is terror or love. The plot is timely, and could have been taken from the headlines. The characters are well developed. Lana and Caleb are the ideal couple. He wants to protect her she is strong yet vulnerable. Kara is the perfect antagonist. She is a sociopath bent on the destruction of Lana, gleeful at inflicting pain. This is the first book I have read by Shannon K. Butcher. It will not be the last. I was hooked from the beginning. I predict a future book with Grant as the lead (I hope I am right). Readers you do not want to miss this one. Reviewed by Debra Gaynor for ReviewYourBook.com
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was drawn to the first novel in the series; thoroughly enjoying it, I suddenly realized Shannon is the wife of my favorite author. How cool that she is such an enjoyable author too! I know this book will be great.
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LadyBird35 More than 1 year ago
very good, though the girl is very stubborn! it turns out good though.
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