Aspen “Blade” Carlisle is the last of his Delta Force team to find love…and he’s pretty bummed about that fact. Which might explain why he finds himself chatting up a telemarketer as if she’s a long-lost friend. But Wendy is surprisingly easy to talk to, so when they go from occasional calls during her work, to nightly conversations on their cells, it somehow feels right. So right, Blade eventually convinces the funny, sweet woman to meet him in person.
When their first face-to-face meeting gets high-jacked, Wendy Tucker is sure she and Aspen made a big mistake in taking their relationship to the next level. But the man is nothing if not persistent. Before long, Wendy’s allowing the handsome soldier to spend more time with her and Jack, the teen brother she’s raising, than anyone she’s ever dated. Though she knows there are limits to how close she can get to Aspen, no matter how much she likes him. Limits carefully constructed to protect Wendy and Jack from a past they’ve been running from for years.
But dating Blade means having an entire team of Deltas at her back. Which may come in handy not just with Wendy’s past…but also when her brother faces a current threat.
**Rescuing Wendy is the 8th book in the Delta Force Heroes Series. Each book is a stand-alone, with no cliffhanger endings.
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What a family
I absolutely love this family, which is what Blade, Wendy and Jackson are. The whole Delta Team is a complete family unit. What Wendy and jack went through in their younger years is horrifying, but unusual these days and that is so mystifying still. But because of this they both strong and compassionate people, they along with Blade are beautiful. Blade and Wendy are hot together. Being strong is a beautiful thing in this world.
Loved this story, Wendy is a strong woman like the other woman, Blade found his match, the team worked together to work everything out, let’s hope! Loved that we get to know what the others are up to. Looking forward to the last book.
I love love love this book if you’ve read all of the other ones you would understand why. They drag you in and make you feel like your apart of their world. I would recommend this book to everyone