From the author of the Alpha Ops series comes an action-packed, super sexy military romance.
A legend among black ops teams, Col. Duke Cameron can't wait to get back in action again--no matter how high the risk. Two of the world's best military pilots are missing after a midair collision, and he's made it his job to find out why.
U.S. Air Force veteran Casey Jacobs loves working for a cutting-edge, high-tech company - until she suspects their newest design might have caused a horrible plane crash. But after a few "accidents," it's clear no one wants her asking too many questions. The only person she trusts to help her is Duke, the sexy secret crush from her flying days who still turns her on like no one ever has.
But someone is watching their every move, making sure they don't uncover the truth. And when the danger turns physical, it's not just their love that's on the line. It's their lives.
"Dangerous secrets and undeniable chemistry are the hallmarks of Curtis's steamy third Elite Ops contemporary military romantic thriller." -Publishers Weekly
"Very thrilling, with lots of action and lots of sex. Recommend for those who read Julie Walker." -Library Journal
Dangerous secrets and undeniable chemistry are the hallmarks of Curtis's steamy third Elite Ops contemporary military romantic thriller (after Wingman). Col. Duke Cameron is trying to figure out what happened to his two best pilots, whose bodies were never recovered after a midair collision. Former pilot Casey Jacobs, now working for a flight tech company, goes from preparing for her date with Duke to sneaking pilots off-base to go search for their comrades. Casey hesitates to trust anyone, even Duke, with her suspicion that her company's technology caused the crash, but when it becomes obvious her employer intends for Casey to be the next to go missing, she has no choice but to rely on Duke to see her safely through. There's raunchy sex, intense violence, and a conspiracy that reaches all the way to Washington, D.C.; Curtis is unafraid to turn up the heat and throw caution and clothing by the roadside.