Baylor Book 26 of SEALS of honor Series
When a yacht crashes into a tanker out in the ocean, it seems to be an unfortunate accident. Yet a gunman is spotted on the yacht just before the crash. What adds to the problem is that the yacht is owned by a US governor out on a holiday with his wife and daughter—and that no bodies were found at the crash site.
Gizella wakes up from the pirate attack on the yacht to find her father injured and her mother in equally bad shape. They are prisoners with no escape in sight. What was supposed to be a trip of joy and hope has ended in devastation. Even worse, an argument is brewing between her kidnappers, with her as the prize.
Baylor manages to whisk her away in the middle of the night, but she’s not out of danger yet. And if he can’t find the kidnappers, maybe never …
A very detailed story!
This is book 26 in the SEALs of Honor series and it features Baylor and Gizella. Mason called it! It’s the magic! Baylor didn’t realize he would know one of the kidnap victims. It has been a few years since their one and only meeting. A meeting that made a HUGE impression on each of them but just wasn’t the right time for either. Baylor is good at his job and he’s very easy-going. Gizella is VERY snappy with everyone but considering the circumstances, snappy might be the way she’s dealing with it.
This story line is fantastic and very detailed.
Felt like a teen wrote this. The dialog was driving me crazy. I’ve read all the other books and i don’t recall the writing being so boring
Our hero Baylor is called in for a rescue of a family whose yacht crashed into a tanker ship. As the boat is sinking Baylor grabs a notebook with drawings in it and it also happens to have his own name in it!
Gizella and her parents were enjoying a trip when their boat crashed and they were taken hostage.
After a rescue operation, the question of why they were taken is big!
And why was Baylor’s name on paper?