Sign, SEAL and Deliver

Sign, SEAL and Deliver

by Geri Foster, Suspense Sisters

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Rye Ellison, former elite Navy SEAL Commander, retired from the teams the same way he lived, in a blaze of glory. After nearly thirty years of stellar service, he almost crashes and burns, but his hard-earned reputation saves him from a court martial. Now all he wants is to kick back in Margaritaville, but the Department of Homeland Security has other ideas.

The DHS Special Group Leader offers him a contract he couldn't refuse, they need him to put his famed skills back in the game and help recover vital information stolen from a CIA asset overseas. When Rye learns the CIA pain-in-the-asset involved is none other than Harper Chandler, a woman he never wants to see again, much less work with, taking the mission becomes a no-go, even with the money.

Then he learns the missing dossier could clear him of crimes he's been accused of that led to his court martial, Rye signs on without a second thought. The opportunity to clear his name is too important to be brushed aside. Especially by the woman directly responsible of killing his men, and almost his career.

He'll pay the price of working with the beautiful, cocky, know-it-all if that's what it takes. But he refuses to allow her to get him killed or give her another shot at his heart.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161476420
Publisher: Geri Foster
Publication date: 06/25/2019
Series: Silver SEALs Series , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 10,829
File size: 486 KB

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Sign, SEAL and Deliver 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous 9 days ago
Retired Navy SEAL Rye and CIA Analyst Harper reunite to take out a bad guy in Afghanistan in this 2nd chance romance. It was action packed but the minimal exposition made it hard to follow. Not one of my faves.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Invokes no feeling whatsoever
Jennann3 8 months ago
Rye, former SEAL, is living a life of peaceful bliss on the beach until his past comes back to haunt him. Rye’s former SEAL team was ambushed while serving in Afghanistan, killing his team. Seeking revenge, Rye goes rogue killing the man second in charge to the man who ordered the ambush. Nearly sent to prison, he’s rescued by the testimony of Crash and Harper. When Crash approaches Rye with the opportunity to capture, kill the man responsible for killing his team, Rye accepts the mission. Although he’s not too happy to be working with Harper again. Harper, CIA Communications Specialist, has devoted her life to the government. Harper has spent her time searching for the men responsible for the deaths of the SEAL team, never leaving Afghanistan. At one time, Harper dreamed of the possibility of a future with Rye. Now she’s just trying to prove to him he can trust her. She knows that he thinks she’s the “leak” that caused the deaths of his men as she was in charge of communications the night his team was ambushed. Although I thoroughly enjoyed this novel, I thought the beginning was a little confusing and had to re-read it. I didn’t realize Crash and Silas were the same person. I did enjoy the storyline though. It was fast-paced, action-packed, and suspenseful. I would’ve liked to have seen more of a connection with Rye and his new SEAL team. They idolized him and did as commanded, but they didn’t seem to be a cohesive unit. I hope to see Rye & Harper in other Silver SEALs novels. They’ve all been worth the read! I read a gifted copy and all opinions stated are my own.
Wendy S Hodges 8 months ago
A few twists in this well written intense story of a mission that went wrong and the reasons never got solved. After retiring and moving to his secluded cabin to re-charge and to try to forget his loss, Rhy has heard of what the Bone Frogs are doing but wants no part in it, until the past comes back to haunt him. Action, intrigue and bad guys galore keep this from stalling or being in any possible way a slow read, I whizzed through the pages. A great addition to the series which I've followed throughout, exciting and suspenseful and sometimes edge of your seat, it shows just how important trust is to these teams because it is their lives on the line at the end of the mission. A wonderful story loved it.
ytcruz 9 months ago
I have come to love this series about former Navy SEALs brought back to work special missions for a unique group in the DHS. This group is lead by a well respected former SEAL commander. This time the “tag you are it” goes to Rye Ellison. A man who dedicated 25 years of his life to the Navy. A life that was marred when he almost ended up being court martial after losing his Team in because of bad intel. He is back in Afghanistan to redeem himself and get rid of one of the worse terrorist in existence. The downside is he’ll have to work with the woman he once saw a future with but in the ended turned against him. Or so he thought. Can they trust each other to survive a mission that is full of “holes” ? Will they find their HEA in the middle of this turmoil? It’s a story that’s action packed, full of bad guys, hunky good ones , bullets and complex characters in Harper and Rye. Can’t wait to see read more stories in this series. I was gifted a copy of this book. The opinions expressed are solely my own.