Protecting What’s True
What is the value of family, friendship, love? Are these things worth sacrificing your life for? The answer for Marco Gambini, former SEAL and now billionaire “fixer” is YES!
Former Navy SEAL philanthropist Marco Gambini and his forever love, Shannon, are back together again after a harrowing rescue of Marco’s advance team in Africa, threatening to cancel their long-planned wedding at the Pink Palace owned by the Sultan of Bonin.
He has hosted the Sultan and his entourage for a month, and now they leave to return home to their Indian Island kingdom, to prepare for the big wedding. Plans for building the housing project in West Africa are on hold, temporarily, while they ready themselves for the biggest adventure of their lives: their wedding day.
That is, if the bad guys and dangerous militia in Africa will leave them alone. Armed with vengeance and hatred, the terrorist group plans the ultimate revenge, putting more than just Marco’s company in jeopardy. They attempt the unthinkable.
Only Marco and his team are up to the task of not only saving their special day, but preserving a dying man’s legacy.
They finally make it to the altar
Wish I could give this one 4 **** 1/2. This is Marco and Shannon’s day they are finally going to get married at Marco’s friend the Sultan of Bonin palace. At least they hope to get married!! Marco and Shannon’s life has yet to be normal and why should getting married change that.
I loved Marco and Shannon!
Legacy: Protecting What's True (Bone Frog Bachelor Book 4) written by Sharon Hamilton. This book is the last book for Marco and Shannon. Everything has been leading up to their ultimate happily ever after and HERE IT IS! Finally THE WEDDING! Ms Hamilton always delivers a complete and whole story with lots of action and nail biting excitement, which she totally did again! You won't want to miss one minute of this story!
Wonderful read that kept me entertained. I really enjoyed the storyline for Marco and Shannon. The details described in this book were amazing and had me picturing it like I was there seeing it.