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Today's offering is NIGHT HUSH by Leslie Jones. Here's the blurb:
When Army Intelligence officer Heather Langstrom's military convoy is ambushed and she's taken prisoner, she knows she'll need all her strength and courage to survive, escape her captors, and report the whispers of unrest brewing in the Middle East.
Delta Force Captain Jace Reed isn't one to throw caution to the wind, but when his team stumbles upon beaten and weak Heather fleeing the terrorist training camp they've been dispatched to destroy, he'll risk everything to get her to safety.
Once back on base, they learn her convoy's ambush was no accident … she'd been targeted. As the evidence of an impending attack mounts, Jace and Heather uncover a deadly terrorist plot that could kill hundreds of civilians.
But Jace's protective instincts and Heather's fierce independence put them at constant odds. And as they close in on the extremists, they must learn to trust one another in order to save innocent lives … even if it means sacrificing their own.
Oh my glory, this was a gripping, intense and realistic tale about terrorists, jihadists, and the American military on foreign soil trying to protect a city and a military base. So very good and so very Army. She also touched on the eternal struggle of women in the military, how they must always prove they're good enough to do the jobs they do, and must forego love and connection to reach the ranks they want. I always had a soft spot for the Navy, but Leslie just warmed my heart with the Delta Force. So, if you want a copy, I highly recommend it. Go grab one. You won't regret it.
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