- Pediatrician Dara
McKinley loves her job. So how could she say no when her sister asks her
to come to Kabul for a few weeks to offer medical assistance at a local
orphanage? Terrified of the dangers surrounding her, Dara finds
unexpected solace in the protective arms of Sergeant Matt Culver.
Transfixed by the warrior with the exotic gold eyes, can Dara overcome
Sergeant Matt Culver has always listened to his instincts, and they have yet to steer him wrong. So when he sees the alluring blond belly dancer at Bagram’s annual holiday show, he knows without a doubt that she’s “the one.” Now he just has to convince her to take a chance on him…and love. If they survive…File Size: 4429 KB
- Print Length: 297 pages
- Publisher: Blue Turtle Publishing (December 3, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 3, 2015
My review: Forged in Fire (Delos #3) by Lindsay McKenna
This is the third book in the new series Delos. It has passion, danger, action and characters that I liked. There is a few love scenes that I skipped over.
Sergeant Matt Culver is part American, Turkey, and Greece. His family is close. His twin sister Alexa flies helecopters All three of the Culvers are in the armed forces. His father Robert is a General. His mother Dilara comes from money and runs a large global charity Delos. Right now Matt is stationed in Afghanistan.
Dr. Dara McKinley is a resident pediatrician. She is donating a week at a orphanage in Afghanistan. Her sister works with that charity have of the year. Dara and her sister agree to do belly dance for the troops for a Thanksgiving show.
Matt sees Dara dance and knows he wants to meet her and schemes to get to know her. He volunteers to help secure the orphanage while Dara is there.
Helped me to see what it is like in third world countries for the innocent children. I thought the scenes were believable. I did not want to put the book down.
I am a fan of this new series and want to see more of it. I will keep reading it.
I was given a copy of Forged in Fire to read so that I could in return give a honest review.
There is a scene that I really liked with the main Characters at the orphanage. Matt is standing guard so the little girls can eat their candy and not have the boys take it from them. Then all the girls come to him for comfort. It is sweet and sad. Makes me want to do something for them.