True Devotion (Uncommon Heroes, Book 1)
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Kelly Jacobs has already paid the ultimate price of loving a warrior; she has the folded flag and the grateful thanks of a nation to prove it. Navy SEAL Joe “Bear” Baker can't ask her to accept that risk again―even though he loves her. But the man responsible for her husband's death is back; closer than either of them realize. Kelly is in danger, and Joe may not get there in time.
Uncommon Heroes: Welcome to a world where friendships go deep, loyalties stand strong, and uncommon heroes perform the toughest jobs in the world. Dee Henderson's military romance series provides a detailed passage into the world of the military and homeland heroes, and those they love.
Cougar, we’re going to try to divert them east into the cargo area. Come up and take the front door.” They had an unfair advantage with the night vision goggles. They could watch the five very nervous cops now coming their way and easily skirt around them. Nick led the way through the cargo containers, weaving them deep into the terminal. They were three hundred meters into the maze in a matter of moments. Joe had his waterproof pouches already open. “A line of charge with a couple smoke
it out in about five minutes. At least we can swap vehicles here, save you a little time.” Secrets never lasted in this place. “Thanks, Boomer. It is rather important that I not totally blow this evening.” That was an understatement. “Short of something else happening in the world—” “Please, I don’t need to borrow trouble.” A final check with the duty officer, and they both walked out to the parking lot and traded vehicles. “Thanks again, Boomer.” “Anytime.” Joe transferred the box with the
rogue in their military—how high up, how well organized? He accepted the piece of paper he was handed, surprised at being given raw data. [Subject 1] Your device has been found. [Subject 2] How soon can it be delivered? [Subject 1] Eight days. [Subject 2] No sooner? [Subject 1] Patience. There is more paperwork with this one. “That’s all we got of the conversation. The transmission date, the reference to eight days, it matches this shipment information.” “So the plane landing
harbor to the airstrip. The platoon moved out in single file through the heavy foliage, moving downhill as they went. Joe had to listen hard to hear even the movement of the man behind him. The cliffs had been the right entry point; no one on the island would expect the threat to come from above. For the first time since they had entered the water, Joe felt himself relax. They were on the island. They wouldn’t be leaving until the mission was done. If it went perfectly, they would have Raider.
and leave the rest behind. The man Joe had gone to try and capture—she had always assumed the person responsible for Nick’s “training accident” was dead. Now she knew there was someone still at large, not yet brought to justice. The entire sense of closure she had was ripped away. Don’t I deserve to have the man responsible for Nick’s death brought to justice? Please, Lord, honor what Nick did with his life. Find this man. Bring him to justice. She closed the cabinet on the flag, the