He’s tasked with keeping national secrets. Her job is to ferret them out. If they can’t uncover the truth of a decades old conspiracy, the government will fall.
Investigative reporter Siobahn Murphy is chasing the hottest story of her life. Officials in the highest echelons of government supported a secret program that kidnapped men and turned them into superhuman soldiers. Now those officials are attempting to cover up their tracks and Siobahn is convinced they killed the President.
Ryker, the head of the SSU, thought that destroying the corrupt black ops group Kerberos and the illicit lab it supported had ended the cycle of death. But as powerful people start dying, Ryker realizes that the deaths won’t stop until every former ally of Kerberos is uncovered and brought to justice.
Then Siobahn is attacked. Aware that he’s putting his career and the future of the SSU at risk, Ryker nevertheless steps in to protect her. Together they uncover the roots of a conspiracy dating back to the Vietnam War. A conspiracy that must be stopped once and for all before the government collapses from within.
If you like edge-of-your-seat action, government conspiracies, and characters forced to confront the darkness within themselves, then you’ll love this final book in Vanessa Kier’s action-packed SSU romantic thriller series. Get Aftermath today to begin the adventure!
About the Author:
Vanessa Kier spends way too much time thinking up ways she can torture her characters. A worst case scenario thinker, she's been creating stories in her head since childhood. Now she’s found her niche in writing romantic thrillers that combine intense emotion with action packed plots. The author of six books in the The Surgical Strike Unit series about a privately run special operations group, she is hard at work on the first two books in a new series.
When she’s not writing, listening to music, or playing puzzle games on her mobile device, Vanessa writes the occasional Tech Talk column for her local RWA chapter's newsletter and takes long hikes in the nearby hills.
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