From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Susan Stoker comes a new story in her Delta Force Heroes series...
After years of estrangement, Mercedes Laughlin has finally reconciled with her older brother. It should be the happiest time of her life, getting to know Truck and his new wife...and it would be, if an ex wasn't causing her trouble. Add in Truck's boss, Colonel Colton Robinson, an amazingly distracting man whom she met under embarrassing circumstances, and Macie's got a bit more on her plate than she can handle.
From the moment they met, Colt was fascinated by Macie, and helping her through an anxiety attack at her brother's wedding didn't diminish the appeal. He'd do his best to sweep her off her feet, if not for a little voice telling him to tread lightly—until a frantic phone call changes the plan. Macie's being targeted, and Colt's determined to keep her safe while he and her brother eliminate the threat.
Colt isn't about to let his friend lose his sister again so soon...or miss his own chance at a happy ending with Macie before they've barely had a beginning.
** For fans of Susan's Delta Force Heroes, Rescuing Macie is book eleven in that series**
**Every 1001 Dark Nights novella is a standalone story. For new readers, it's an introduction to an author's world. And for fans, it's a bonus book in the author's series. We hope you'll enjoy each one as much as we do.**
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Another excellent book by Susan Stoker. I highly recommend this author and all her books. mjw
Love it..........knowing that there is someone out there for everyone regardless whatever issues or hang up you might have. They is someone who loves you, to support you and encourage you!
I loved this book. I don’t know if it was because Macie suffered from anxiety, something near and dear to me. Or that Colt was a completely different man with her than everyone expected, and had come to know of him from his work. They both resonated with me, and I was so happy they found happiness with each other! It was a good thing the book was novella sized, because I couldn’t stop once I started, and ate it all up in one sitting