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Publisher's Summary

From New York Times bestselling author Susan Stoker comes a heart-pounding installment in the Silverstone series about a love-shy ex-military man and a beautiful scientist reeling from a family tragedy.

When Mark “Smoke” Chamberlin ventures into the Nigerian jungle with his team of government assassins, his mission is clear: get in, kill the target, and make it out alive. With his extensive military experience, Smoke has no problem heading into dangerous territory. When it comes to love, though, he’s always been a little wary. But then he meets the beautiful, intrepid Molly Smith.

Schoolteacher Molly has been trying to outrun a lifetime of bad luck, and now she finds herself kidnapped along with a hundred schoolgirls in the jungle. But when Smoke finds them, Molly thinks her luck might be turning around - until she returns to the US to find her beloved grandparents murdered.

Devastated by their deaths and mystified by the turn of events, Molly turns to Smoke for comfort. But as Molly and Smoke grow closer, a different threat emerges...one that will put their relationship to the test and their lives in grave danger.

©2021 by Susan Stoker. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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phenomenal book..

this is a great series that I highly recommend. you will love it. great story

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wow

ok so this book was crazy from the start he really thought molly belong to him, there have so many people out there that think that way

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loved it

I really enjoyed reading this author.  I look forward to reading more books by this author in the near future.

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Great Story

Well Susan did it again! I love reading her stories, she pulls you in right from the beginning. I love that the women of the stories are all strong on their own, and most of the time save themselves.

I loved listening to this story. I think that have both a guy and girl read would make it that much better.

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This one was ehh

This one was just OK for me. The big bad seal kept making very dumb decisions which left her alone and got her kidnapped, twice. Then he wasn’t even the savior at the end to redeem himself so very lack luster ending.

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Triggers: violence & repetitive trauma for FMC

All the female characters in this series are basically the same person and the storyline follows the same formula over and over with varying levels of trauma. Lots of damsels in distress who swim in self-doubt and insecurities. If you've read one story in this series, it seems, you've read them all. This one seemed much more violent and trauma filled which really should include some trigger warnings ⚠️

The narration is pretty horrible; all the female voices sound whiney and childish. And, the narrator has a grating West coast "valley- girl" accent which is really distracting and seemingly out of place for the characters/ story

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No thanks.

Repetitive, boring, predictable. Kept listening because I thought the story would be good and it was very disappointing.

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Not my taste.

I actually enjoyed the story. but hated the characters description. Every time Molly and Shadow got lovey he infantalizes her. He carries her around and constantly sitting on his lap. UGH! Just comes across as gross.

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I always enjoy Susan's books.

I usually listen to her stories. Even though they always safe the girl the I like the characters. The way the storyline unfolds is great. The sex is hot but not too much. I've probably read or listen to about 30 of Susan Stoker's books.

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Love this

I recommend this book.
Once again Susan Stoker naild it. It was heartbreaking and funny in the same time.

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DNF. Hard to get past the beginning.

AUDIBLE REVIEW I have not read/listened to the two previous books in this series. I struggle to continue listening to this when we start of with a young girl being sexually abused by her captors, whilst the rescuers sit and talk amongst themselves whilst awaiting instructions/permission to proceed. I used to love this authors books but nowadays they just depress or annoy me and sad to say they usually end up as DID NOT FINISH in my reading list.