With blood the color of red, white and blue running through his veins, Adrian Reilly has dedicated his life to the Army and the brotherhood forged in the heat of Special Forces. But when his third Black Ops mission goes wrong, no one believes his accusation that he and his team were set up by none other than the man running counterintelligence operations at CIA, Charlie O’Donnell. Wrongfully discharged for his failure to lead, Reilly is secretly recalled after his Army brother is murdered and tasked with outing the puppet master and his minions. To clear his name and avenge the deaths of operations officers and soldiers alike, Reilly must bring hard evidence that will put O’Donnell away for life. But O’Donnell’s hand is far reaching and four years pass with Reilly no closer to the truth until a rogue sniper in O’Donnell’s nest of vipers, Trent Mariner, upends the game board and Reilly finds himself blindsided not only by the assassin’s plans but by O’Donnell’s assistant, Daniella St. Sauveur, who is more than she appears to be. The discovery of O’Donnell’s ultimate plot comes at the greatest of prices and Reilly is left with the hardest choice of his life: stay with the woman he loves and be haunted by the guilt of forsaking his brothers, or leave her behind to finish his mission and stop Mariner before the world is thrown into political and religious chaos.
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Five Star Review on Amazon By Amanda

Amazing story, suspenseful must read!!

About the Author

Nadine Dandorf is a Jersey Girl to the core having grown up in the northwest corner of the state where green valleys are tucked between mountain ranges and livestock and crops rule instead of concrete and stop lights. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America, including its New Jersey and Kiss of Death Chapters, and when not writing likes to garden and decorate and go to spin class to have her butt viciously kicked three times a week by an unrelenting German girlfriend. She is a dark chocolate addict, a fan of classic/hard rock, an obsessed New York Rangers fan and has decided, at this point in her life, that cooking is entirely overrated. She is thankful her husband isn’t fussy and her nest is empty as their son and daughter have beaten them to North Carolina. As she and her husband wait for retirement, they take turns caring for the three cats their children have left behind.

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