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The adventure and mystery of National Treasure meets the fierce military men of Maya Banks's KGI series in the marshes off the coast of Georgia. Desires run deep and betrayal turns deadly in this thrilling romantic suspense from award-winning author Sharon Wray.
Rafe Montfort was a decorated Green Beret, the best of the best, until a disastrous mission and an unforgivable betrayal destroyed his life. Now, this deadly soldier has returned to the sultry Georgia swamps to reunite with his brothers, and take back all he lost. But Juliet must never know the truth behind what he's done…or the dangerous secret that threatens to take him from her forever.
It took Juliet Capel eight long years to put her life back together after her husband was taken from her. Now Rafe is back, determined to protect her at any cost, and it's not just her heart that's in danger. The swamps hold a secret long buried and far deadlier than either of them could have imagined.
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"Twisty plots, fantastic characters, and pitch-perfect pacing. Fabulous!"—ALLISON BRENNAN, New York Times bestselling author
"Phenomenal! …Filled with action and passion that will leave you breathless."—Joyfully Reviewed
"Intriguing, with steamy romance and forbidden love that is sure to draw you in from the beginning."—Fresh Fiction
Debut author Wray's military romantic thriller attempts a creative deconstruction of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, but the result is incongruous with the present-day setting. Rafe Montfort code name Romeo left his wife, Juliet Capel, when he deserted his Green Beret team to join a group of mercenaries. Eight years later, he's given a mysterious assignment to find a 17th-century glass vial somewhere in Savannah, Ga., in less than a week's time, with no information about where it might be or what it contains. All Rafe knows is that the vial was owned by an ancestor of Juliet's, and if he doesn't find it, Juliet's life will be forfeited to an unnamed person whose motivations are unclear. Rafe's return to Savannah and Juliet are as puzzling and heart-wrenching for her as his departure was. Wray challenges the reader to process private mercenary forces, legends of the Old South, a treasure hunt, and romance all in the same story, but the muddle of elements doesn't provide either romance or suspense.