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Survival is crucial.
Trust is optional.
Love is unstoppable.
Jude Dagan's life as he knew it ended a year ago. On a mission gone wrong, he was forced to watch as Ella Banning, the only woman he's ever loved, was killed. Or so he thought.
Jude wasn't the only one who lost something on the day Ella was presumed dead. She sacrificed Endgame Ops, the love of her life, and parts of herself she can never get back. Now she's determined to take down the world's most dangerous terrorist—even if it means working for him.
When Jude and Ella are reunited, they'll battle the lies Ella has been forced to tell…and struggle to save a love that knows no bounds.
Endgame Ops Series:
Flash of Fury (Book 1)
Running the Risk (Book 2)
What People Are Saying about Flash of Fury:
"Immediately engaging... This is one terrific tale of romantic suspense!" —RT Book Reviews, 4.5 Stars, TOP PICK!
"Gritty and fast-paced.... deliciously unrelenting." —The Romance Reviews
"Wonderfully fulfilling." —Booklist, starred review
"Fast paced, action filled, suspenseful, and filled with intrigue, betrayal, and romance with a fabulous sexy couple." —The Reading Cafe
Griffith delivers an over-the-top adrenaline rush with this fast-paced romantic thriller, the latest in her Endgame Ops series (after Flash of Fury). Endgame black ops expert Jude Dagan believes his true love, teammate Ella Banning, died during a mission gone horribly awry. Griffith sends Jude on a heart-pounding journey to find the truth of Ella's fate, rife with ruthless international criminals, traitors, and a team that would never fail any of its own. Around every corner whether it's in Jude's hideaway in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains or a tiny cell in what might as well be hell lurks the unexpected. After Jude discovers that Ella is alive, he makes it his mission to bring her home, but Horace Dresden, former Navy SEAL turned traitor and international arms dealer, foils him at every turn. It's imperative that Jude find out who's really pulling the strings before Ella dies for real. Griffith keeps the suspense going throughout, right up until the hair-raising finale, which neatly sets the stage for the next episode in this saga.