An exclusive short story featuring characters from the Troubleshooters series
Tony Vlachic, a ruggedly handsome Navy SEAL, has kept his sexuality a secret for years under the threat of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." That is, until he meets Adam Wyndham, a charismatic yet troubled film star. Tony knows that by approaching Adam in front of his teammates he's jeopardizing his military career. And Adam, nursing a broken heart, has no interest in a relationship. Still, neither man can deny their instant attraction.
Tony didn't become a SEAL by accepting rejection, and his pursuit of Adam leads to one unforgettable night. But the next morning, Tony is ordered to ship out to Afghanistan, and he's forced to leave Adam with too much left unsaid. As Tony enters a dangerous war zone, Adam, back in Los Angeles, struggles with the demons of his past, while dealing with the very real possibility that Tony could be killed in action. Half a world apart, both men must face their feelings for each other--and decide if what they've found is worth risking everything in the name of love.
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1 . Not for the faint of Heart (Mature Audiences)
Posted July 31, 2011 by HCABM , New YorkThis is a stand alone story. However, If you read the troubleshooter series that contained the FBI character Jules you have heard of Adam.
Adam at one point broke Jules heart. Adam is a person who you never thought would be redeemed but always wondered about his background. I am glad we have this opportunity to finally see Adam as vulnerable and accepting of love. He fought hard as he did not believe he was worthy.
Ms. Brockmann gave Adam a strong partner, Tony he is determined to go after what he wants and is loving and honest. He does not let Adam push him away.
The back drop story of friendships that are formed in a tight Navy Seal Unit is awesome.
It is wonderful ,what can be conveyed in a short amount of time, if the story is well written.
June 05, 2011
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