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    Another great book in the series

    Every book in this series leads to the mystery around the humvee explosion. This book is about Lazlo, and leads to Mouse's childhood home. There he meets Minx, who was best friends with Mouse when they were children. Minx is having problems of her own dealing with a sexual harrassment case against her boss, then Lazlo and Geir show up looking for more information about Mouse. Lazlo and Geir being the honourable men they are, end up helping Minx deal with the ex-boss issue, and continue working towards finding out what happened with the humvee explosion. Strong alpha males, and a pretty tough female character.. add in mystery, danger, intrigue, and you have a winning read! Another fantastic book by Dale Mayer. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    A fantastic read

    Wow. I have Ben waiting for Laszlo’s story for a while and what can I say but it was fantastic. This is book 5 and the suspense is hitting up. We meet Minx who was a childhood friend of Mouse the one person killed in a land mine explosion. Minx’s job was downgraded after she complained about her manager for the sexual harassment she suffered. As Laszlo and Geir turn up in her town, a shadow is after her as her life is put in danger. She faces the man and learns some things about mouse she didn’t know about and neither did the men. Will Laszlo and Geir keep her safe? Will they get the main man who wants her dead? As always I loved this story of the seals of steel. The suspense is killing me as we see each man fall in love but get closer to finding out why they had the accident. I can’t wait to read Geir’s story.
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    Fabulous!

    Laszlo is a true hero! He and Geir are in the right place at the right time to help Minx. Minx is a tough young woman who has earned her Ph.D. in the school of life’s hard knocks for sure. Unfortunately, this is a story that is a fact of real life for some children. Mouse endured a similar lifestyle as Minx and needed help just as much but was unable to benefit from any. The dangerous streets teach the innocent life’s dangers, sometimes at a very young age. As with Minx, she was only six or so years old, just a baby, really. It’s sad to think a mother is more worried about her next drug fix that she is so unconcerned for her child that Minx had to hide to stay safe and learned how to use a knife as protection at such an early age. Laszlo is different from his SEAL brothers. He is quiet, unassuming and laid back. He still is as deadly and tough as the rest, just more subdued. I like that. I enjoyed this latest story about the SEALS of Steel. It has events that are true to life and gets the reader very involved quickly. I also like that Geir is there to offer his help and expertise. This story is fast paced and quite exciting. It has multiple twists and turns which makes you think and try to figure out the villain throughout the entire story. It feels right that Laszlo and Minx take their time coming together with respect to Minx’s upbringing, but that doesn’t diminish the hotness! Excellent job! I loved it!
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    Ok, this series just gets better.

    I am so waiting on the next book, Dale you have a facinatingly complex mind. Take 7 wounded men, and plot their lives around their accident which isn't and it just gets stranger and more interesting with each book, can't wait.
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    The mystery deepens as Laszlo finds love with Minx

    Laszlo and Geir are headed to Texas to delve into Mouse's childhood in hopes of finding out why he would have been targeted in the attack on their SEAL team. Finding Mouse's childhood best friend, Minx, was perfectly timed with her need for protection as she takes on a ruthless boss who's been sexually harassing her. The way these two storylines dovetail together was seamlessly written, with non-stop action and suspense. Every new piece of information only opens up two more questions, so while they're getting closer to the truth they've still got a long way to go to get to the bottom of it all. The attraction between Laszlo and Minx was sweet and well-developed, and the epilogue gives us a peek at the adventures awaiting Geir in California. Of all of this author's series, this one is my favorite. Each book is a standalone romance, but the mystery of who attacked their Humvee is slowly being revealed as each book contributes to the overall story. As soon as all these books are released, I'm going to go back through and reread them all again. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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