Book 14, Heroes for Hire - A SEALs of Honor World Novel
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Brandon, the newest member of Levi’s team at Legendary Securities, heads to Africa. Bullard purchased a new holding there, but, shortly after arriving, went missing.
Kasha has worked for Bullard for five years. She's familiar with most of those who work for Legendary as well. Brandon proves his worth almost immediately, planning her boss’s rescue and staying right by her side in the days that follow while they determine what imbroglio Bullard's stepped into. Accident or a deal gone horribly wrong, it seems Bullard was running guns and now his newest holding is under attack.
Their emotions, heightened by danger, run hot as Brandon positions himself instinctively at Kasha’s side--which is exactly where he hopes to be permanently if they can just find a way out of this rapidly escalating mess.
This is book 13 of the Legendary Security series. I kindly received this book as an ARC. I will admit right away that the series was getting to be the “same ol’ same ol’ thing.” This book was actually a nice change. As always I recommend if you’re new to the series start at the beginning or you may get “lost” trying to figure out the characters.. This book centers around Kasha a female operative that works for a “competing” security company owned by a close friend named Bullard. Bullard’s company is based in Africa. Brandon is the other main character & he’s a new operative working for Legendary Security (owned by Levi & Ice). Bullard disappears after going to a new facility he’d purchased a few hundred miles from his main compound in Africa. Kasha calls in help via Levi & Ice. Ends up Bullard was kidnapped by some local yokels that’d been using his new compound for illegal activities.. it’s a very fast read, but not ridiculous in scope. Still waiting for author to get some trained war/security dogs in action.. 😊 enjoy!
Left Me Ready For The Next Book
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Brandon Horton hasn’t been on the job long but it looks like he’ll be learning his job hands on. Kasha Lowry is a strong woman but she’s not above doing what her boss tells her to do. Her boss, Bullard, is something of a mystery. I found myself wanting to know if he has appeared in previous books or will appear in a future book. I had the same feeling about Ice. The author was very good in not letting those two overtake the true story between Brandon and Kasha.
Expect the action to start right from the beginning. The author is very good at building her story first before she attempts to build any type of relationship between her main characters. That has me questioning what her plans are for them as well as the reader. I also had to wonder about the amount of research that was involved here. The whole thing just seemed so realistic, which takes a lot of work. Having not been in the military, I rely on the author to give her characters enough so that I can picture them as having the experience needed to perform their jobs.
It was very easy to immerse myself into the plot. It was also a reminder of what I like about this series. Each book can be read as a standalone. In a lot of series, you need to read the books in order so that you can get the full affect of what the author has created. With this series, each book is an individual story so if you start here you won’t feel lost in any way. But if you really like what you’ve read then at some point you’ll want to spend the time checking out what you may have missed. Usually an Epilogue ends the story but not here. All it does is get you ready for the beginning of the next book in this series.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
This is one of my favorite series by Dale Mayer. I really enjoyed this book and quite a few past characters play strong roles in this book also, which I always love reconnecting with past characters. Especially enjoyed how Bullard and his team played a strong part of this book. Brandon and Kasha are both strong people and enjoyed reading their part in the Hero for Hire series. They sorted bonded and blended beautifully into a relationship. Got a teaser at the end for the next book - Liam can’t wait.
I was fortunate to receive this as an ARC, but as always, I purchase the ebook in support of the author.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.