Title: Elite Ghosts: Six-Novel Cohesive Military Romance Boxed Set by Sabrina York, Heather Long, Jennifer Kacey, Rebecca Royce, Anna Alexander, Saranna DeWylde
For more than two years they’ve been ghosts. Nothing but names on empty tombstones. Men and women forced to fade into the background after being pulled from the rubble. Dead Marines saved from a fate worse than death, but ordered to stand down while their lives disappeared all around them.
Some knew it could happen if a mission exploded. Double crossed by more than just Red Wolf. But now is their time to be reborn from the flames of a Phoenix. No longer imprisoned in the shadows. A half-life between them and their future. To make things right coming back to life is their only option.
Loyalty is their salvation but damage is always more than skin deep.
A new hope. A new family. Elite Ghosts.
Target: Tungsten by Heather Long - Bradley “Tungsten” Peck. Marine. Lover. Friend. He’s the man who can get anything, find anyone, and accomplish every goal. At least he was, before he lost the only woman who mattered…he won’t stop until he gets her back or she puts a bullet in him.
Zinc's Heart by Rebecca Royce - Zinc has nothing to prove--and everything to lose.
Lithium’s Rescue by Sabrina York - He will save her…unless she saves him first.
Thallium's Submission by Anna Alexander - From now on the only orders he will follow are hers.
Nickel’s Wounds by Saranna DeWylde - Hell hath no fury like a Marine who’s lost her way. Beauty was once her currency, but for a woman who can’t feel anything but agony, she has nothing left. Except the vengeance that could destroy the one man whose love could teach her how to save herself.
Titanium’s Sacrifice by Jennifer Kacey - Titanium. Warbucks. Commander. Brother. He is all of those things. And none of them. Giving up everything to save the men and women under his command was easy until it comes to one…last…sacrifice.
Author: Sabrina York
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Training Tess, Rising Green, Adam's Obsession, Trickery
Published by Never Settle Publishing Source: Author
Published: 10 November 2015
Genres: BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Military Romance
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The second in the Elite Warriors Box set series brings us 6 military men and the women who love them (despite it all). While I didn’t read the other titles in the series, and am concentrating only on Lithium’s Rescue by Sabrina York, the buzz on this series, particularly for readers who like those alpha men in uniform with a touch of heart and steam is stellar.
When the analyst that helps to protect us all is threatened by her boss and his deadly and dangerous power grab, the only way to ensure order is with a calculated and rapid extraction. And being sure to grab that file.
When Michelle puts 2 and 3 together, comes up with 5, she realizes that the company she works for, tasked with high-risk security analysis is not playing on the up and up, she contacts a family friend to get the purloined information into the proper hands to foil the plot.
Lithium has been working deep undercover, and is reeling from a mission gone awry. Tasked with extracting Michelle and delivering her for debriefing, he didn’t expect the sassy, snarky, sexy woman with attitude. Pulling her out of a dangerous situation in her apartment isn’t a damsel in distress rescue – she’s fighting every order, every suggestion until she realizes that he is one of the good guys.
There is an instant attraction between these two, partly fueled by the adrenaline, the other part by their chemistry. Banter that is better suited to grade threes than adults, a junk food and peeps obsession, and the never-ending questions that get no answers from Michelle keep readers laughing, even as the action is rapid fire. Asserting his Alpha with some directed steamy dominant moments, the steam was undeniable. With a return of Sterling to extract the extractor, some clever surprises from Michelle and a wonderful moment of sharing between the two, this story is a wonderful quick read.