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  • Fabulous!

    Mason and Axel investigate a possible sabotage of a U.S. submarine downed while having the navigation system tested. This story starts out intense with Axel not having any down time from his last mission. The situation is rough with a downed submarine, low on oxygen, a dead crew and the mystery of who and why. Aside from the immediate physical reaction to the thought of a lack of oxygen, being on the ocean floor and unable to surface under their own power, some people, myself included, would react with a bit of claustrophobia and anxiety. Mason’s SEAL team, however, don’t have that physical or mental reaction, they are SEALS, after all! They thrive in and under the water as well as train for dangerous missions in and around the water, so this little mishap is right in their wheelhouse. While investigating the troubled sub, Axel and the rescue crew, find the severely injured twelfth crew member, Dr. Ally Minga, whose job it is to test the navigation system on this new sub. I found this story’s subject matter new and very exciting with it being a crippled submarine, now a crime scene, and it sitting on the ocean floor. Kind of gives me the heebie jeebies to think of being there. I enjoyed the informal investigation Axel and his partner, Baylor, are doing to find the culprit/murderer and to clear Ally of the murders of her fellow crewmates. It is exciting and fast paced, feeding you all of these mysterious details leading to the person or persons responsible for this crime. I also loved Axel’s belief in Ally and his concern for her welfare and physical injuries. They also have that physical attraction going for them that spices things up. Thoroughly enjoyed this story!

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  • A SEAL, a sub and a Wounded Lady

    Another page turner by Dale Mayer and her SEALS of Honor. Axel and his team find a mystery and a survivor on a grounded submarine. A strong lady, wounded, in need of protecting and to protect. Surprises at every turn and unexpected turns in the story. Bravo! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • A high energy, edge-of-your-seat read

    This is a very enjoyable, high energy, edge-of-your-seat read. Axel and Ally were likable characters and I liked their chemistry. The storyline quickly grabs you and holds on tightly with its intense blend of mystery, drama, action, emotion and romance. I thought that this was a really excellent entry in this series. This is my frank, freely posted review.

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  • Intrigue!

    Intrigue! Axel and Masons crew are rescuing a sub and its crew. Only one member is alive. Ally. Shes the only one alive so she has to be responsible for the sabotage of the sub, right? The military wants to close this up quick. Ally is bad shape, in the hospital and Axel is guarding her... things go awry fast. This was a quick read that had some twists and turns which I always appreciate. I wanted to smack that General, and I could see how things could be turned around. This can completely be read as a stand a lone. Thank you for the arc, for the opportunity to read, enjoy and to see Mason again. I freely volunteer my thoughts and opinions.

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  • Can Axel solve the crime and keep Ally safe?

    When a new generation submarine is going on a test run and gets stuck, Mason, Axel and the rest of his team are called to determine what happened and rescue the crew. When they enter the sub, the situation is not what they expected. Eleven of the crew have been shot dead and one crew member Dr. Ally Minga is found alive. It is easy to see that she would be considered the prime suspect since she was the only crew member alive, but her gunshot wounds told another story. Axel decides it was his job to keep Ally safe and to help clear her name by finding the killer. I really enjoyed reading this story which I think is another hit in the SEALs of Honor series.

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