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One minute, Casey Shea was minding her own business, doing her job, teaching entomology to college students, and the next she was in the middle of the Costa Rican jungle fighting for her life.

Troy “Beatle” Lennon has watched his friends fall head over heels in love, but never thought it would happen to him. Until he sees a picture of his teammate’s sister. That was it. The absolute joy in her eyes calls to him in a way he can’t understand.

But that joy is currently being threatened by an unknown person who had Casey kidnapped and hidden deep in the jungle. It’s up to Beatle to find her and keep her safe until the threat can be neutralized. Surviving the dangers of the jungle turns out to be the easy part.... Staying ahead of the killer is much more complicated... and deadly.

Rescuing Casey is the seventh book in the Delta Force Heroes series. Each book is a stand-alone, with no cliffhanger endings.

©2017 Susan Stoker (P)2017 Susan Stoker

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Casey and Troy

I stayed up all night listening to this latest book in Susan Stoker's series. It is very good and well worth spending a credit on Audible to listen to it before the kindle version releases

I also enjoyed the epilogue portion where we get a sneak peak of the upcoming books.

Highly recommend that you read the books in order to get the maximum enjoyment!

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Loved this story!

4.5*s

The big man, aka, Beetle has a new mission. Find and rescue his team mate and best friend, Blade’s sister. Casey Shay and three of her students have been lost in the jungles of Costa Rica. It’s a tough road but there is a light at the end of it. With the skills they’ve been working on for years, the team sets off to Costa Rica.

Finding Casey wasn’t easy but they did it. The hard part now is getting her out of the jungle. The race is on and they’re all on borrowed time. But nothing stops a delta force soldier, nothing.

Back on the stars Casey adapts, starts to heal and the feelings she and Beetle share grow. Time passes and just when things seem to be going on the right direction, the unthinkable happens. One minute all is good then... it’s all upside down and sideways.

In the end, the team is able to bust in and save the day. It’s what they do. It sets off a new chain reaction of event. Ones that bring a few new things - all good - to light.

As usual Susan teases you with he epilogue... but I can say I had some of these figured out already. Lol but even with the things I figured out while listening, I absolutely LOVED this story.

I can’t wait for more!

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Loved It!

Great story, loved every word. I thought it was twisted. Will listen again and again.

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Good book

I like the stories, too open bedroom for me, but like the stories. I like that Susan stoker puts scenarios that our military goes through and how to deal with them. would like to hear the stories from a male narrator instead of female. or have both male and female.

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Another Hit!!!

What did you love best about Rescuing Casey?

I loved this story, Beatle needed a partner that would push him to the limits. This story delivers on all aspects, story, love line and continuity of the stories before it. Susan has another hit on her hands.

What did you like best about this story?

The love story

Which character – as performed by Stella Bloom – was your favorite?

Casey

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Bugman meets his match

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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A solid addition to the series

I swear only Susan Stoker can have a story caked in mud and bugs and yet still manage to be romantic and sexy, I found the emergency/crisis at the end far fetched but that is not why I read these books so I forgive the suspension of belief. I think reading/listening to the whole series is the richest experience. Narrator did a great job. Not my favorite in the series, but certainly not a disappointment.

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So Good!!

Susan Stoker never disappoints! Never!!! What a great story. Funny yet scary and suspenseful!
Stella Bloom does an amazing job telling the story and keeping you glued to your headphones! And the epilogue ...OMG! I love Susan Stoker books!!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Non Stop action

What a story! The action is non stop. Once I started listening, I didn't want to stop. I really enjoyed the part with Annie. Great ending. And I cried. Listening to this story instead of reading it really brought the story to a different reality than just reading. I would recommend getting Audible for Rescuing Casey.

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  • Susie
  • Peoria, AZ USA
  • 01-08-18

Fantastic!

Stella is awesome when it comes to Susan Stoker’s books. Rescuing Casey was so good! It was intense and everything I look for in Susan’s books and Stella’s voice brings the scenes to life.

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Beetle and the bug woman...

When a college entomology professor and three of her students are suddenly kidnapped while on a trip to study ants in Costa Rica, the team is called into action- mainly because she’s Blade’s sister. Beetle has seen a picture of her at Christmas with her brother and felt attracted to her, though they’d not met. Once she’s found it’s instalove for them, but first they have to survive getting out of the jungle and figuring out who wanted her kidnapped and left to die. Narration was well done.