DEGREE OF RISK by Lindsay McKenna

DEGREE OF RISK by Lindsay McKenna is out!

Harlequin Romantic Suspense, 3.1.2014

This is the sequel to RISK TAKER, Harlequin Romantic Suspense, 2.1.2014

 

DEGEE OF RISK, March, 2014,  places Sarah in an enemy valley, far from any help.  Everyone at FOB Bravo thinks she’s died in the Black Hawk crash.  All except Ethan and the SEALs mount a rescue to find out if she’s alive or not.  And when they find proof she’s still alive, they will move Hell to find and rescue her.   Sarah is on her own, a .45 pistol to protect her against the Hill Tribe leader, Mustafa Khogani, Taliban, who knows she’s alive.  And when he finds her, she is going to be sorry she’s alive.

DEGEE OF RISK, March, 2014, places Sarah in an enemy valley, far from any help. Everyone at FOB Bravo thinks she’s died in the Black Hawk crash. All except Ethan and the SEALs mount a rescue to find out if she’s alive or not. And when they find proof she’s still alive, they will move Hell to find and rescue her. Sarah is on her own, a .45 pistol to protect her against the Hill Tribe leader, Mustafa Khogani, Taliban, who knows she’s alive. And when he finds her, she is going to be sorry she’s alive.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ebook available:  3.1.2014

Paperback available:  3.4.2014

Video book trailer:

EXCERPT:
http://www.harlequin.com/store.html?itemid=50638&cid=416

 

 

CWO Sarah Benson, will brave enemy fire to rescue men or women caught in combat and are injured.  Growing up, no one came to rescue her from a hellish foster family.  And she’s damned if these brave warriors are going to be left to bleed out on the Afghan soil if she can help it.  She might never have been rescued as a child, but she can rescue these heroes and save their lives.

CWO Sarah Benson, will brave enemy fire to rescue men or women caught in combat and are injured. Growing up, no one came to rescue her from a hellish foster family. And she’s damned if these brave warriors are going to be left to bleed out on the Afghan soil if she can help it. She might never have been rescued as a child, but she can rescue these heroes and save their lives.

Chief Warrant Officer 4 Sarah Benson, US Army, Medevac pilot, has fallen in love with Ethan Quinn.  He’s a US Navy SEAL stationed at FOB (forward operating base) Bravo thirty miles from the Afghan-Pak (Pakistan) border.

If you have read the first book, RISK TAKER, Harlequin Romantic Suspense, February, 2014, then you are now reading the sequel.  These two characters were seminal for me in many ways.  Each had a powerful story to tell in their own right. And then, to put them together in the war and combat environment in Afghanistan, was to test every resolve they owned and believed in.

Ethan sees beneath Sarah’s courageous exterior of a Medevac pilot who will not leave those in jeopardy, to bleed out.  She was never rescued in the hellish foster home she grew up in until age twelve.  Because she was never saved, Sarah has made it her life mission to save others, never wanting them to know what it feels like to survive terror and abuse.  He is able to reach her through is poems that he writes and leaves for her at her tent.  And he’s the only male Sarah has ever, truly trusted.  And they are deeply in love with one another.

When her Black Hawk helicopter is shot down in a valley swarming with Taliban, the US Army thinks she and her copilot are dead.  But Ethan and the SEALs don’t think so.  They mount a mission to find out if she survived.   Sarah is alive and on her own.  And all she wants to do is walk the twenty miles to the closest FOB, Thunder, and find safety.  She wants to survive even though the odds are heavily stacked against her.

Ethan and his team find evidence that Sarah has survived.  But they are four SEALs in a valley of Taliban that number in the hundreds.  They must carefully track her, hoping to catch up to her and remain in the shadows, unseen by their mutual enemy.  Eventually, Sarah is captured by Mustafa Khogani, a Hill tribesman chief and leader who hate the Shinwari tribe that lives in the valley.   Sarah is put into a situation that is either going to be a replay of her foster family childhood or to allow a six year old boy to be sacrificed.

Sarah’s faith and trust that the SEALs will know she’s alive and find her, keeps her strong in a situation that deteriorates by the hour.  In less than a day, Khogani is going to take her over the border to Pakistan to be sold to a high Al-Qaeda leader who has plans for her.  She is a military woman captured in combat.  And Khogani knows the public relations coup he’s gotten by capturing Sarah.

 

 

DEGREE OF RISK, March, 2014,  places Sarah in an enemy valley, far from any help.  Everyone at FOB Bravo thinks she’s died in the Black Hawk crash.  All except Ethan and the SEALs mount a rescue to find out if she’s alive or not.  And when they find proof she’s still alive, they will move Hell to find and rescue her.   Sarah is on her own, a .45 pistol to protect her against the Hill Tribe leader, Mustafa Khogani, Taliban, who knows she’s alive.  And when he finds her, she is going to be sorry she’s alive.

DEGREE OF RISK, March, 2014, places Sarah in an enemy valley, far from any help. Everyone at FOB Bravo thinks she’s died in the Black Hawk crash. All except Ethan and the SEALs mount a rescue to find out if she’s alive or not. And when they find proof she’s still alive, they will move Hell to find and rescue her. Sarah is on her own, a .45 pistol to protect her against the Hill Tribe leader, Mustafa Khogani, Taliban, who knows she’s alive. And when he finds her, she is going to be sorry she’s alive.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Only the SEALs and Sarah aren’t going down without a fight….

READERS: if you write up a review, send it to me so I can send on to my editor!  Thank you.  Connect with me at docbones224@earthlink.net.

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