In a dangerous profession where it's kill or be killed, Mason undertakes the dirty jobs others would rather not do--and invariably don't possess the skills he does to get done right. While on an assignment, he's single-minded in his dedication and focus. When he's not, this warrior plays as hard as he fights. The last thing he anticipates is meeting the one woman he wants but can't have…and equally can't forget.
Tesla, a software designer, lost her brother in combat. Getting close to another man enlisted in the military is something she refuses to do. In her quest to save other United States soldiers from her sibling's tragic fate, she's created a computer program capable of saving lives. When other countries find out about the program, her good intentions are met with hostility and greed. They won't stop until they get their hands on it, and damn anyone who gets in the way. Realizing she's in danger, Tesla turns to Mason, the only man who might be able to save her--the very one she doesn't dare fall in love with…
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Seals of Honor: Mason
The book was fantastic. Lots of action and romance. You would fell in love with Tesla, a really string and inteligent woman who always save the day
She needs to stop getting kidnapped so much
See title, otherwise 5 stars.
Don't waste your time
If you Love Susan Brockman books on Navy Seals then do waste your time. This book is not even close. Ridiculous dialog, poorly plotted, military protocol non existent. To top it all off, she makes the Seals seem incompetent. Don't know why I even finished it.