KaLyn Cooper takes readers on a fast-paced, heart-racing yet heartwarming adventure with this military romance. The suspense begins basically from the first word and doesn't let up as Stacie Vandercoy and Jeff Lennon go undercover and under the covers.
Although this is an extremely swiftly moving story the characters still remain well developed and extremely relatable. It is amazing to see how strait-laced, by the book Stacie lets go once she has permission to do so. The insights into Jeff's feelings are enlightening and helps to move the connection along. I enjoyed reading about their friends and partners in this special operation. To be completely honest I found the situation to be scary and sad and the book kept me on the edge of my seat. The entire story was exhilarating with elements of action adventure, military suspense, friendship and romance. If you like your stories to keep your heart rate up this one is a must-read. I cannot wait to see what else happens to this group of interesting uniformed heroes.
Stacie Vandercoy is apprehensive and excited to be taking on a new undercover mission but she can't hide her surprise when she discovers her partner and undercover husband is Jeff Lennon. This isn't the first time Jeff has gone undercover with Stacie but the last time he had more than one regret, he plans to settle things with Stacie as well as assure their mission is successful.
Three years ago, Stacie Vandercoy was stuck undercover in Iraq for six months with Jeff “Rock Star” Lennon, the arrogant SEAL who thought he was God’s gift to women. But he couldn’t have her. Fraternization is against the rules. And still is as they infiltrate home-grown terrorism in Norfolk, Virginia. Can she continue to resist him? Does she have to?
Jeff Lennon had been forced to do things he didn’t like as a Navy SEAL, and now as an agent for the terrorist division of Homeland Security’s Border Patrol. For years, his only real regret has been what he couldn’t to do to Stacie back in Iraq. He’s been given another chance to claim her heart, body and soul. In the meantime, they have to stop a terrorist attack somewhere in the Norfolk area, during Fleet Week.
Even the agency’s psychologist isn’t sure Stacie can pull off pretending to be Jeff’s wife. What lengths will Stacie and Jeff go to assure the mission’s success? And what will they both lose in the process?