Code Name: Libra

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Publisher Description

My code name is Libra. The stars say I’m charismatic, intelligent, charming.


The one with the easy smile.


Zodiac Tactical has been the biggest part of my life for the past three years. We guard, protect, rescue...eliminate the threat when nobody else can. And I’ve always been at the front lines—first to help in whatever way was needed.


Until I took a bullet to the chest. 


Now everybody’s worried about me. So I’m sent on what’s supposed to be an easy mission—gathering intel about some potential bad guys while on a tropical island for a wedding. Lay low, blend in, catch a little tan while getting the job done. Can’t be too hard. 


Until I defend the bride’s adorable sister against some cruel cattiness and the next thing I know I’m mentioning I’m her fiancé.  




When the mission takes a turn for the much more dangerous, and my fiancée finds herself in the middle of it, I will do whatever it takes to keep her safe. My wounds may have knocked me down, but a Navy SEAL, even former one with a couple extra bullet holes, always gets back up. 


My code name is Libra.  Don’t let the easy smile fool you

May 17
Calamittie Jane Publsihing
Jane Crouch

Customer Reviews

Cheryl SDS ,

Love the strong and vulnerable ones!

This is book 3 in the Zodiac Tactical: Rescue Unit series and it features Landon Black/Libra and Bethany Thornton. There’s going to be a wedding on an island and Libra is assigned the task of gathering intel. When he realizes the sister of the bride is definitely not who he expected her to be, he has a difficult time keeping his head in the mission. Sparks fly when he finds out how beautiful, inside and out, Bethany truly is.

As always, the characters are completely awesome! The story line is fantastic! I did feel really bad for her when he ghosted her for the mission. I guess it goes to show how truly strong she really is when you see how her family treats her. I love these strong women who fall for these totally amazing men. I can’t wait for book 4!

Book Addict KJB ,

The Baker, the Security Professional and Compliations

Each series that Janie Crouch writes is page turning, filled with colorful characters and unexpected twists and turns. This is a standalone book but would be so much better when read in order. That said, Landon and Bethany's book was worth missing some sleep. A security professional working undercover as a carpenter and then more, Bethany catering desserts in a family gathering (no pressure there). Humor laced with stress and complications. Bravo!!

I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.

PattiA810 ,

I loved it!

Awesome!!! I love Landon and Bethany's story. I love how Landon can see Bethany's authenticity and jumps right in with both feet to help her at her sister's wedding. Yes, he is on a mission but, Bethany has this pull on him that is magnetic and exciting. She is just as taken with Landon. She understands Landon is a bit closed off but, he is too irresistible not to get close to him.

This book is not as intensely dramatic and scary as the previous books in this series. Don't get me wrong, there are some harrowing scenes but, not like those of Mosaic, the organization that experimented with mind alterations and human trafficking. In this book, it is more about the love story between Landon and Bethany that ignites at her sister's destination wedding. And, just as you would expect there is wedding drama. It's difficult and challenging time for Bethany to have everything perfect with the desserts and cakes she is making for this week long event and it is Landon who believes in her and never wavers from her side. He is her personal hero figurative and literally. The characters who are at this wedding are catty, petty, mean...and that's just the family. Needless to say, it is a wild ride but, it is also sweet, passionate and has a little twist at the end that makes Bethany and Landon's love more special and lasting. I really, really enjoyed this book and it is one I will re-read many times over.

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