What is freedom worth? If Vail Tucker answers the question, he’ll find the woman who left him for dead. What the Base Branch Commander does with her is another question entirely…
Carmen Ruez is deadly and desperate—a combustible combination. Born into the remnants of the Arellano Felix Organization, drugs and violence kept her in a gilded cage—until a twist of fate reveals the roots of their riches, making her yearn for freedom. She works for it. Fights for it. But her brother crosses the line to keep her loyal to the treacherous family.
Following instinct, Vail uncovers Carmen's motives and is galvanized by a protective instinct he hadn't known he possessed. Determination and desire force them to work together to defeat those loyal to Carlos Ruez and the AFO. Are those traits enough to make them fight for a future together?
Warrior Mine is the electrifying fourth installment of this stand-alone black ops series. If you like complex characters and fast paced plots, you’ll love Megan Mitcham’s Base Branch Series.
Buy Warrior Mine today to see what Vail does to the woman who left him for dead!
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I am truly hooked
I received this book for an honest review and honestly it is definitely the best series for action, adventure, intrigue, hot and spicy characters (both male and female) and all from an author who gets what a reader wants and needs to keep them flipping pages, grabbing at the next book in line and getting lost in scenario after scenario where no two are the same save for the level of heart pounding action and spice.
This journey took us along with Commander Tucker, who so far has demonstrated the ability to lead by sheer ability and respect, an intensity that all true and powerful leaders have. We get to see what makes this Goliath tick and how a 90 pound 12 year old girl can humble him and turn his sneer into smiles and laughter ... O to be human again and to regain his ability to go by his first name, Vail.
This cutie pie Sophie who really is one endearing character who makes us all smile at her sass and antics, her love of life and innocence which is so contradictory to her true background which her mother, Tucker's kryptonite, Carmen, shielded her from and spent her adult life trying to escape...
Excerpt: “A loving mother and the beautiful person she’s nurtured in an impossible situation."...
Carmen, who was planning on sacrificing her life to ensure her daughter has a real opportunity to be normal and no stigma to hold her down and eventually through and with Tucker, they regain their humanity and hope in a future, not a slow lonely drift to the end but a true chance at happiness.
We see how life's experiences both good and bad shape our future selves ...
Excerpt: “It’s because we can’t unsee the things we’ve seen, unknow the things we know. We’re scared of what life could give us to lose.” ... and it is only through trust and the ability to grab ahold of our honest desires to embrace what we want for ourselves and loved ones that we can find happiness and in their case a true chance at love.
Funny that Ms Mitcham was able to inject such warmth and fuzziness into this book which is about one of the crustiest and most somber of characters of the earlier novels. You just want to hold onto the end like a nice dream in a cozy comfy bed... you just don't want to break the magic.
Now by no means is this the only scenes and emotions evoked in this book, you are also treated to bombs and blasts and gun fights with vile Cartel thugs and kidnappers. We hold our breath as friends are hurt and the evil never seems to end as wave after wave exposes another layer of garbage to clear out. How this little lady comes up with all this non stop thrilling scenarios is beyond me. Every book has its own theme and does not lack from the last.
Brava yet again I am hooked... Wait I said that before... I am hook, line and sinker head over heels a Base Branch Junkie!!!