Bay Thorn Griffin survived being kidnapped by the Taliban, but the pain of torture she suffered is never far from her mind. As Bay and her ex-Navy SEAL husband Gabe learn to juggle midnight feedings and sleepless nights with the arrival of their twins, they are hit with devastating news.
Gabe’s best friend Mike Tarik has gone missing on a mission in Afghanistan. News of Mike’s possible abduction brings memories of Bay’s own kidnapping crashing back. Can she escape the torment she suffered to focus on her family’s happiness?
This is a novella with familiar characters from Breaking Point and Never Surrender. We get to see a little slice of their lives since there books. Bay and Gabe Griffin now have twins.
I love that with ebooks authors can do that when they want to. And we don't have to wait till we get to a bookstore to order it.
Gabe gets a phone call about his best friend Mike who is still a Navy Seal serving in Afghan that he is MIA which his story is told in Taking Fire. Which I have already read but realized that I have not read Never Surrender.
Bay is feeding her babies and thinking about her past serving in Afghan and being a prisoner and life right now. There is some sad times, some sweet moments and some funny scenes. Especially the sheep scenes.
The setting is October at their cabin on Black Mountain where they live in a cabin. It is where Bay grew up. Her mother and sister live in a separate cabin on the farm.
If you have wondered about Bay and Gabe life now that they are home you will want to pick up Zone of Fire.
I was given this ebook to read by Lindsay McKenna to read and in return agreed to give honest review of Zone of Fire.