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Publisher's Summary

From bestselling author Susan Stoker comes a sizzling new series about four former military operatives who rid the world of the worst of humanity while fighting to protect the best part of their lives: the women they love.

Former military operative Carson "Bull" Rhodes hasn't dated seriously since he and his teammates left the army. Since then he's opened Silverstone Towing - which is a front for his other job: hired killer. When kindergarten teacher Skylar Reid calls for help while stranded on the side of the interstate, the attraction is instant. The problem is Bull's career has jaded him. Skylar's innocent, and he wants to keep her that way.

Cautious by nature, Skylar never expected to fall in love with her tow truck driver. Even so, once Bull reveals what he really does for a living, she's not sure she can handle it. When Skylar faces threats that have nothing to do with Bull's job but are just as deadly, the stakes are higher than ever.

With the help of the Silverstone team, Bull will use everything he's learned over the years to bring the woman he loves home - because the alternative is unthinkable.

©2020 Susan Stoker (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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You will LOVE the men of Silverstone Towing

5yrs ago an elite Delta team was disbanded because they killed an HWT without authorization. Instead of being split up, the team accepted an FBI offer to perform black ops...and so, Silverstone Towing was born. A legitimate business as a cover for highly skilled mercenaries. This is book one and is the story of team leader, Bullseye aka Bull, meeting his forever girl on the side of the road. It is a quick story with romance and bad guys...perfect combo. Looking forward to the next book!

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Narration was Aweful!!!

I am a HUGE fan of Susan Stoker's work and have read and/or listened to everything out there. I was so excited for this one to be released. While the story is great, I really wish I had bought the book to read myself instead of the audible version. (which I will be buying) At times I felt like I was listening to a computer generated voice reading an instruction manual. PLEASE bring back Stella Bloom or Savannah Peachwood to narrate the other books in this series!!!

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could have been better

the narration was Alwful i was use to stella bloom but the women who did this should find a different profession

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Excellent!!

I’m delighted with this new series. Looking forward to everyone’s story. I like that it follows Rex/Raven’s story

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Terrible Narrator!!

I had to return it. Could barely make it 2 hours into the book! I love Susan Stoker, and have never NEVER returned her books, but this narration was so terrible I just couldn't handle any more! She made the men sound like Bullwinkle from Rocky & Bullwinkle... Just terrible, I'm sorry! Ugh!

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great story

love the characters and storyline. Also shows all walks of life and how they have one rule among them. like that in the story

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Entertaining

The storyline was interesting and entertaining. although would have liked a little more action throughout the book.

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daily dose of shame

I don't need the lecture about white privilege in a romance novel. Save your political bias for the dinner table. I get enough in the news. The narration was disjointed. but the voice was pleasant. The story was very very slow and lacked real substance for 8 of the 10 hours. I get it, she is an innocent kindergarten teacher, 5000x's...

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great read

this was a great book I love it, I thought he was trying to kidnap skylar and it was the little girl all along love this book

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Enjoyable overall

Big fan of Susan Stoker's books and writing style and I normally can overlook the little things that aren't very realistic because the whole point of romance novels is the fantasy and it can override just about everything. That being said, the heroine in this story....granted she is only 28 but she had the maturity and intelligence of a teenager. I love that Skylar and Carson took their time to get to know each other before making love. Then Carson tells her his big secret and she is suddenly incapable of rational thought. She doesn't allow him to talk to her about it, she doesn't ask any questions, she doesn't think about it, she just throws him out. Then when her neighbor points out the pasts of herself and other tenants, Skylar is "stunned" they aren't all the nice wonderful people she thought they were. Seriously? And worse, she questioned eliminating terrorists instead of arresting and imprisoning them. Quite frankly by 28 no matter how naïve and positive thinking you are and want to be, you should know better. Other than that - the book is a sold, enjoyable listen.