When Lieutenant Adam "Hawk" Yazzie rescues Brett Weaver during a mission in Iraq, his faith in his team’s loyalty is shaken. Someone in the team attacked Cutter and left him for dead. But who?
Zoe Weaver races to her brother Brett’s bedside. He stood by her while she fought her way back from a devastating injury, and she’s determined to do the same for him. Though drawn to Hawk’s good looks and steady strength, she’s reluctant to get involved with a man in uniform. But with Brett lying in a coma, Hawk may prove the key to what happened to her brother.
Hawk is torn between loyalty to his men and his need to see justice done. When he tries to save a troubled teammate’s career, he unwittingly puts Zoe’s life in danger. Can he lead the rest of the team in a rescue operation to save her? Or will one of Hawk's brothers in arms destroy the woman he loves?
HEA but mystery not totally solved
First time in a loooong time I've read a book (an e book or a paper book) with no typos or glaring grammatical errors and for that I applaud the author and her editors. Good story, there's still more to learn about Brett's injury tho. Zoe and Hawks romance was well thought out,not the immediate jump in bed kind, which I liked. The only downside is the author introduced so many characters at once without enough back story. Other than that, nicely done.
Long and repetitive
Great plot, but it was definitely hard to get through. A lot of grammatical errors. Every character in the book had the exact same rhetoric. So the reader knows exactly what every one is about to say before they say it. The only thing saving the book was the plot twist. Definitely will not be finishing the series. Which is an absolute first for me.
Ok, but a bit drawn out with a poor clipped ending
Mostly romantic drama with a fast closure on the sub plot. Left me with too many questions of why and what was the reason.