Book 1, SEAL Team Alpha
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For U.S. Navy SEAL, Bowie “Ruckus” Cooper, going on a mission into the most dangerous place on earth wasn’t new, neither were the orders to tag and bag an international criminal, but when Bowie finds a captive American reporter, that wasn’t exactly run of the mill. Neither was getting separated from his team, teaming up with her or protecting her against all odds, while working to keep his hands from around her neck and off her delectable body.
Fearless and bold photojournalist, Dana Sorenson never backed down from a fight or to showcase her dedication to reporting on the human condition. That’s what she thought until she meets Bowie and big, bad, and tough takes on a whole new meaning. Gratitude for saving her ass gets lost in his demanding orders and fighting for her life takes a back seat to falling for this alpha male who’ll risk everything to see her safe.
Great start to this series!
What a great start to this new series! Ruckus and his crew are SEAL brothers who find themselves on a mission to take down a target, Hector Salazar, who is a drug lord in Panama. What the team doesn't expect to find is a fiesty reporter and her team in the drug lord's house. Dana is writing a human rights story and it's near and dear to her heart since she is doing it for her mom. When Ruckus and his team rescue her, she is definitely not a damsel in distress. The chemistry between Ruckus and Dana is hot and you can feel the tension between them from the first time they meet. Their journey out of the jungle is a non-stop action story. The story is well written and keeps you on the edge of your seat. I loved watching Dana weasel her way into Ruckus's heart. He never knew what hit him. Ruckus and Dana both helped each other to let go of the past so they could be each other's future.
I loved the set up of meeting the team, too. I can't wait to see each of these alpha men meet their match as their stories are told. Great romantic suspense! Loved it!