Stand-alone book originally included in the USA TODAY bestselling SEALs of Winter boxed set.
Outmaneuver the RPG...
SEAL Helo pilot, Ty Whitehorse, is performing a recon mission in the Arctic when an RPG shoots him down. Trapped in hostile territory, he'll fight, stay under the enemy's radar, and slog through bitter snow to deliver vital intel to the team--if terrorists and the mother of all blizzards don't kill him first.
Run and Hide...
Former beauty queen, Holly Colton, is running from an ugly secret. Fleeing to Alaska to rediscover the person she once was, Holly becomes a musher. During a two-dog sled run, a moose attacks, injuring the lead dog and knocking Holly unconscious.
Stay Warm, Stay Alive...
Taking shelter in a hunter's cabin, Ty is surprised when a sled dog scratches to get in. A lady dog musher is unconscious, hypothermic and injured. Warming Holly and tending to her injuries, Ty discovers he's not the only one fighting under the radar. They're both in enemy crosshairs. Staying together is dangerous. Separating is impossible.
For a short time only this book is also featured in the SEALs of Winter Boxed set.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Read as part of the Seals of Winter collection, premise and initial intro to characters is ok, but quickly disintegrates into every bad cliche action romance. She's a fomer Miss Kentucky beauty queen fleeing a disastrous marriage to her politically powerful but abusive husband, winding up in small town Alaska. He's a member of the extreme team Seals, piloting a heliocopter into a major snowstorm, with the young tech guy searching for a radar anomally that bad guy terror leader uses to black out all communications. Copter gets shot down, she gets tromped by a moose, there's action scene between him and the bad guys, then both wind up in the same cabin seeking shelter from the storm, and fall to instant attraction and improbable sex. (She's so traumatized by abuse she can't stand even a slight touch, but craves contact with him so much she unzips his trousers and falls on her knees to give him oral sex). This one needs major rewrite. The artic adventure has been done better elsewhere, character development is inconsistent, and dialogue tries to be fun but just comes off awkward. Deleting this.
J: This one is more like a short story that came up a bit short. The whole "relationship" happened way too fast and too intense between complete strangers. She was suppose to be untrusting of men but WAM! Too much of the story was about their hot encounter. The suspense started out over the top but soon seeemed to get watered down. With about 30 pages left to go I hope the action finally picks back up.