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    Loved it

    This is the 23rd book in the"Seals of Honour" series, each has its own hero and Dale Mayer manages to make them all different with their own personalities, each has a unique story but all with the same sense of justice, the same integrity, respect and bravery. Colton Edgewood is flying to Thule air base in Greenland to do some training, Cole is the only passenger. When a devastating explosion occurs Colton straps on his parachute and helps the pilot and co pilot into theirs. The pilot manages to steer the plane over the sea before Colton pushes them both out of the plane then jumps himself, Colton knows that they have 10 minutes maximum before hypothermia kills them. Kate Winnows, the co pilot, and Colton had a memorable one night stand a few years ago.George, the pilot is due to testify against two military pilots...... was this an attempt on Georges life ? Was it Kate's ex boyfriend seeking revenge, he had threatened to harm her or could Colton be the target .Someone has gone to great lengths but how much further were they prepared to go. Are there traitors on the military base and if so Who ? who can Colton trust, how widespread was the treachery and who was the target ? This story is action packed, it has suspense and intrigue, it covers blackmail, drug running, murder and of course a blossoming romance. I really enjoyed this book and although it is a standalone the end of the book gently leads you into Troy's story I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Mission first, romance later!

    4.5 Stars This is book 23 in the SEALs of Honor series and it features Colton and Kate. These two had one night together a few years ago but the timing wasn’t right for either of them for anything more. Now, she’s co-piloting a military plane that he’s catching a ride on to Greenland. Suddenly, they are going down in parachutes into the Arctic Ocean. Everywhere they go it seems trouble finds them or maybe someone is trying to kill them! This is such a fantastic story line! The mystery, suspense and action are amazing! I enjoyed the romance because they were professionals first. When it was all over and everything calmed down, they let themselves think about each other and what could possibly be. As always, I’m looking forward to the next book in this fabulous series.
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    Love this author

    This was a great book. Colton thought he was just going on a training assignment and knew he would see Kate. The one that he couldn't stop thinking about. He just didn't know that he would be trying to find out who was attempting to kill her and her co-pilot. The best part was even though Kate knew Colton was trying to keep her safe, she wanted to stay in the loop and even helped with finding information. I highly recommend this book for anyone that who likes action and suspense.
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    Great story

    Great story, great characters. Enjoyed them all. Kate was a strong and capable partner for Colton!
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    Sometimes you can't just walk away

    Not only was Colton the sole passenger on a military cargo transport to Thule Airbase in Greenland, but also the co-pilot on the flight was Kate Winnows. He’d flown with her a few other times, but it was the very hot and heavy one-night stand from which they’d both walked away that filled his mind. That is, until it became clear that the plane was having some major difficulty. Then his SEAL training took over his brainwaves as they prepared to bail. The last thing he wanted to hear was that the pilot, whom he had not met before, had no experience in parachuting or how to stay alive in frigid sea water. The three of them hit the water, and both Kate and the pilot knew that without Colton they would not have had a chance. Forced to delay his trip to Thule to teach his training session, Colton’s focus moves to the investigation into the sudden explosion that disabled an engine, causing the plane’s cargo to be lost and leaving its pilot’s life and limbs in jeopardy. Together Kate and Colton work several scenarios to piece together the events before, during, and after the crash, as well as hash out the feelings each of them still had after their night together and didn’t follow up. I loved all the twists and turns in the plot as well as the back story. The SEALs of HONOR books always remind me that there’s a LOT of integrity, intelligence, and interest in doing good (not just doing well) in the men and women who serve our country. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.
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