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  • Simply outstanding

    I loved this book, and there are so many reasons for that. I loved that neither of the female characters was a simpering twit waiting for her knight on a white charger. I loved that the team showed a fundamental respect for the need to make a difference. I loved Bull’s attitude about his cotillion background – those musings made for some giggles in an otherwise tense and suspenseful story. I loved Layla’s respect for her father’s position and loneliness after her mother’s death. Oh, and I loved the check-ins - more giggles. I have no hesitation in recommending this book; I just wish it had been twice as long! I was gifted a copy of this book, and the opinions are my own.

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  • Great addition to the series

    We are back with the team of Delta Force Strong, where these strong very alpha warriors meet their match in the women that capture their hearts. This time the story belongs to team member Craig/Bull Bullington. He and his team have been sent to Turkey to protect the US Embassy. Though at first Bull is not happy to be sent to meet with the ambassador to be a bodyguard of sorts, when he meets his daughter, Layla Grey, he is smitten. But his job is to keep her safe not to fall for her. The life of a Delta Force member doesn’t leave any room for love and a family, at least that’s what he tells himself. As the job becomes more than that, and the danger to feisty and captivating Layla increases, so do feelings. From the start, the plot is engaging . One filled with action, danger, bad guys, and of course romance. Though a stand alone, if you have read the previous stories in the series, you’ll get a chance to visit with the characters of those stories whom you have come to love. Looking forward to the next book in Delta Force Strong. I was entrusted a copy of this book. The opinions expressed are solely my own.

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  • Breaking Free

    I received a complimentary copy of this book and I am voluntarily reviewing it. WOW! Just wow! This book started off strong and kept building into a big ball of suspense. I couldn't turn the e-pages fast enough. The only problem with that, the book ended (okay it was going to end anyways but a girl can dream can't she?!) While this is a part of a series, it can be read as a stand-alone. But I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND all of the prior books. This was so well written that I felt like I was right there watching the action play out. The author does a great job in giving just enough detail, that my mind was able to fill in the blanks. Craig “Bull” Bullington goes undercover at the U.S. Embassy in Turkey. His assignment is to keep the ambassador's daughter safe in the trouble days that are in Turkey. Layla Grey, is half Turkish and half American. Her mother died before the assignment to Turkey so Layla is acting as the hostess for her father. She stumbled into helping young girls and women escape from being sold by assisting in an underground railroad. In order to pull off Bull being around Layla all the time (where other bodyguards have failed), they have to pretend to be engaged. This all makes for an interesting plot. I adored both of the characters. Bull was just the right amount of alpha male Delta and Layla was a strong, independent (but not whiny) woman who give the lead over to Bull for her and her father's protection. The story was written in a dual POV format. I loved that. Being able to get that glimpse into the characters' thoughts really helped me to identify with them and make them more realistic. This is a sexy story but not page of page of the stuff without a plot to back it up. I would only highly recommend this to someone over the age of 18 (so I don't offend any parent!)

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  • Swoon & Thrills

    This excellent read features a gripping storyline and likable characters. There is more than enough action and excitement to keep you feeling on the edge and needing to keep turning those pages. Layla and Bull made a perfect pair. I felt they were both fierce, determined and capable. I loved seeing these two fall for each. If you like a book that can give you swoon and thrills, you need to check this book out. I do not think you will be disappointed. I know I wasn't. I am freely posting a frank review.

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  • Wow, these Delta Force men!

    The Delta Force team is tasked with protecting the US embassy and ambassador in Turkey. Bull ( Craig Bullington ) is pulled aside for a special job, guarding Layla the ambassador's daughter. Bull never thought he would have to use the skills he learned from cotillion while being a Delta Force member, but then again he never imagined guarding Layla. Layla has some secrets of her own, and when they go wrong they go very wrong. This is an enjoyable romance with Delta Force action! I received an Arc copy of this book and have chosen to leave this review.

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