By USA Today Bestselling author, Sybil Bartel comes this heart-pounding, Romantic Suspense series of standalone books about Former Special Forces Military Operatives! Come meet the Alpha heroes who served together in combat, but are now fighting to save the women they love!
Former Danish Military Special Forces, built like a legend, and uncompromising in every way—Neil Christensen didn't walk into my life. The Viking-sized billionaire crashed through it like a hurricane.
The moment he showed up at my strip club and gave me his piercing ice-blue stare as his deep, accented voice whispered across my flesh like sin, my life fell apart.
Now a gun was pointed at my head and ruthless criminals wanted something I didn't have—something the Viking took from me. Staring at the billionaire I didn't trust as he stood between me and a bullet, it hit me…
I wasn't afraid to die, I was terrified of weathering this man's storm. Because when a Viking decided to unleash his fury, no one would come out unscathed.
*NEIL is the second standalone book in the Uncompromising Series with a guaranteed HEA! This series does not have to be read in order.
The Uncompromising Series:
Want more of the Alpha heroes in the Uncompromising series? Read the exciting, companion series, the Alpha Bodyguard Series!
The Alpha Bodyguard Series:
SCANDALOUS - Tank's story
MERCILESS - Collins's story
RECKLESS - Tyler's story
RUTHLESS - Sawyer's story
FEARLESS - Ty's story
CALLOUS - Preston's story
RELENTLESS - Thomas's story
SHAMELESS - Shade's story
HEARTLESS - Ronan's story
What a journey this author has taken me on, I love their style. I feel like I’ve been on the edge of my seat, completely gripped by this story. It was intense and at times I felt heartbroken and stooged, I was wrecked by it and it was completely brilliant.
Omg I couldn’t put this book down! Loves it!
Overwhelming presence but underwhelming character.
Torn. No doubt hot characters and scenes, but just can’t get past being annoyed at how easily Ariel gets manhandled by Neil and how there was never any explosive declaration from him at all. Brooding character taken too far in my opinion.