Kill or be killed.
Part of an elite SEAL team, Mason takes on the dangerous jobs no one else wants to do – or can do. When he’s on a mission, he’s focused and dedicated. When he’s not, he plays as hard as he fights.
Until he meets a woman he can’t have but can’t forget.
Software developer, Tesla lost her brother in combat and has no intention of getting close to someone else in the military. Determined to save other US soldiers from a similar fate, she’s created a program that could save lives. But other countries know about the program, and they won’t stop until they get it – and get her.
Time is running out... For her... For him... For them...
This book is part of a series about some SEALS who are out on a mission to save a woman who is working on something very important, something that could potentially save many lives in the military. Tesla's brother, Harry, was a SEAL and he died along with some others a year ago. What she doesn't know is that the men rescuing her knew him well, and he often told stories to Mason about her. So Mason already kind of feels a personal connection to her before they even meet. I really liked that about the book. When they meet it's not hard for him to develop feelings for her, feelings that are more than that of just friends. And poor Tesla, she endures a ton of pain in this book, showing that she can indeed take it and would survive no matter what it took. This woman is a survivor. She's one strong character, although she doesn't fight her feelings for Mason too hard. Well, not that I blame her. And the fact that there is someone constantly waiting in the shadows to get at her keeps you constantly on edge, wondering if this will be the one time she doesn't escape. But she gets taken so many times, it almost becomes expected. Hence the four stars instead of five. I was also extremely shocked where she had this particular software hidden!! Seriously, who would have thought? Not me! So, all in all, a nice evening read and one with a good ending to it. Just because this is a series doesn't mean this book doesn't have it's happily ever after, because it does. By the way it looks, each book in the series is about a different SEAL in their group, so they can easily be read as stand alones.
4 out of 5 stars!