Faith Ansell could never be mistaken for an action hero. The scientist is content in her lab, working with her team on life-changing discoveries. But when a mysterious organization captures her colleagues, she's forced to flee for her life with SEAL Team 7.
Lieutenant Seth "Rawls" Rawlings, ST7's corpsman, hasn't been himself since a near-death experience in the Sierra Nevadas. He's tense and distracted, and the team caught him arguing with himself - loudly. Despite his erratic behavior, Rawls is the only one Faith feels comfortable confiding her life-threatening secret in.
But Rawls has a secret of his own: his wasn't the only spirit to return to the physical plane when he was resuscitated. At first, Rawls assumed the "ghost" he saw and heard meant he was having a complete mental breakdown. But the apparition soon becomes convincingly real, and what's more, he may be the key to the conspiracy looming over them. Rawls had better act quickly because ST7's race to save their reputations - and Faith's life - is on.
©2016 Trish McCallan (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
The stories and characters in these books hold your interest from the beginning. The narrator is very good making the books even better. I am retired and walking and listening to audio books has kept me moving, thanks to authors like Trish McCallum.
girls in the stacks
Yes, I would recommend this whole series!!
I love this series!! It's smart, action-packed, and steamy. What I love most is all the action of the SEALs and that the people are smart! Can't wait for the next story!
Yes, the same series. With so many different guy voices, along with his narration, he excels at making them as different as possible.
Lisened to all of the series and by the 3rd one some of the story line was way out there, could not be real. Even after the author stated that she was finishing this series up, you were still left with questions
An explanation of who the characters were and how they related to each other. Maybe if I had read the first two books in the series, it might have helped, but I shouldn't have to buy two other books, whose plots did not sound interesting to me, in order to understand this one. A book should stand alone for the average reader.
(I had trouble getting through it; the plot was muddled.) It had the potential for interest in the Seal Teams, but they didn't exhibit any of the characteristics I expected.
All the voices sounded alike; it was hard to distinguish which character was speaking and to whom..
If you are unfamiliar with this author (and apparently she is fairly prolific), I would recommend starting any of her series at the first book. I personally can't afford to waste the credits.
"Why can I not find book 4 Forged in Embers?"
I loved books 1,2,& 3 and can't wait to get into book 4 Forged in Embers.
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