Due a few days of R&R, Hudson heads to visit his best friend in Vail, Colorado. The first day, an explosion in his hotel sends the city into chaos. He’s doing what he can to keep Avery safe, as this was no accident. He’s not allowed to join the investigation, but being on the spot and having the training he has are huge benefits. No way will he sit by and do nothing. Especially if Avery is in trouble.
Avery has been looking forward to Hudson’s visit. They are best friends, and she’d love to spend more time with him. Hell, she’d loved him since forever but didn’t want to risk their special friendship by taking the relationship further. Now she regrets it, as the explosion in town is only the tip of the problem—for the terrorist realizes that Hudson caught a glimpse of him.
Now the game of cat and mouse is on, with Avery caught in the middle …
Seals of honor
Great books!!! I have been hooked since book one! Please keep them coming!!!!
Hudson and His Friend and the Wrong Place
Hudson meets up a longtime friend for downtime. In the midst of possibilities comes a cascade of events and. violence. The story is a standalone, fast paced even as a romance develops. As always, Dale Mayers held my attention (and every other reader) with each page and each threat. Bravo!!
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Could have been so much better a bit of a disappointment.
Story was sort of disjointed, leaves a lot of questions regarding the terrorists.
The characters were ok but some of their decisions were very questionable. Hudson’s a Seal but should still work with the law enforcement instead of trying to go off on his own and Avery’s decision to constantly put herself in danger was ridiculous, just kept trying to get herself shot. Annoying.