Professional barrel racer, Delilah Bowing, finds her friend not only dead, but branded with entwined triple Bs on her cheek. Since this is the third death in as many rodeos, attendance is down. Both riders and fans are spooked. Police are doing all they can to solve what have been labeled by press as the Buckle Bunny Bandit murders, but as far as Delilah's concerned, they're not working fast enough--especially, when she could be the next victim.
She seeks help from a friend with a P.I. firm, but he refuses to handle such a volatile case, referring her to another
firm--Trident, Inc. But no way does she believe a bunch of renegade Navy SEALs will be able to help--especially when the one assigned to protect her has already broken her heart.
SEAL Team: Disavowed
To become a United States Navy SEAL, a man must be physically forged in steel and able to mentally compute life or death situations with laser accuracy and speed. Our country trusts these men with the most sensitive military operations—many so covert that once they are successfully completed, they are never spoken of again.
This series celebrates one particularly fierce band of brothers who valiantly battled terrorists whose crimes against nature and humanity were far too great to chance escape. On a dark night, on foreign soil, SEAL Team Alpha witnessed acts so unspeakably cruel against women, infants and small children that their consciences would not allow anything other than their own brand of justice for the scum terrorist cell.
A trial would have been too good for these pigs, and so, one-by-one they were taken out, and the women and children they’d used were freed. By dawn, an entire region breathed easier. The men of Alpha found themselves heroes to those whose lives they had saved, but virtual criminals in the eyes of the organization they served. After a lengthy investigation, their elite, covert team was formally disbanded.
They now spend their lives deep undercover, still serving—no longer their country, but individuals who find themselves in need of not only their own personal warrior, but a particular brand of justice.
While honorably discharged, these men and their actions will forever be disavowed . . .
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