I don't know but I've been told;
Sex and guns just never gets old.
There's no place for love in a soldier's life. For Beau Williams, an elite member of Delta Force, long-term relationships are a no-go...until the right woman breaks down his emotional camouflage. It could never work, an oft-deployed military specialist and a grounded, work-obsessed journalist...or could it? Facing danger together brings the illusion of closeness, but for Beau it's one more close call that tells him romance is only for civilians.
Beau Williams and Megan Welles have already met by the start of this book, so it felt like something was missing by not experiencing the initial spark/conflict between them that establishes their relationship. So essentially they are already a couple for the duration of this story which is actually a bit boring despite the overabundance of sex scenes. However, the author is an experienced writer and it shows; the intricate plot is quite enough to keep the story going and the reader engaged, (although the editor deserves a military hazing for letting so many unforgivable typos slip through).
Overall, the book is well written, well researched and with some brilliant flashes of dialogue (my favorite thing!). It's not so much about the soldiers here as it is about the women who make happy prisoners of their soldier's hearts; proving that love can win more battles than any army. A recommended read!