DELTA RECON by Elle Boon

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DELTA RECON by Elle BoonDelta Recon by Elle Boon
Series: SEAL Team Phantom #2
Published by Self Published Genres: Contemporary


 

As a previous mission injured their computer expert/hacker, Navy personnel sends Jacqui Wallace into Columbia as backup for the Phantom Seal team.  Her cover as a tourist enjoying Carnival however doesn’t hold.  There must be a leak, a traitor because Jacqui is taken during Carnival to the notorious, brutal cartel leader Medellin.

 

Beaten and starving, days pass before Jacqui is brought before Medellin for interrogation.  Her stink actually works as Jacqui hoped and grants her a slight reprieve.  In the middle of a forced shower gunfire gives her the chance to escape.

 

At last a break. Jacqui manages to grab her bag and sets off her locator beacon as she races into the jungle.  Hours later she realizes she’s being stalked, this time by a four legged animal.  Throughout this nightmare Jacqui has used the memories of her aborted relationship with Seal Taylor Rouland to keep herself together.  If she ever manages to get out of this entire mess the mistakes of the past are going to fuel a change in her future, starting with the prickly Seal.

 

Delta Recon showcases a grueling journey of life and death. Life changes for one very strong female Navy officer.  The characters are put through their paces and grow as individuals and as a team of two.  An equal balance of tenderness and sensuality gives Delta Recon a necessary emotional layer to enrich the storyline.  Enjoy the pulse pounding drama and engaging characters in Delta Recon.

 

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