The captive by Julie Coulter Bellon (Romantic Suspense)
Former Navy SEAL Jake Williams is the newly appointed head of a task force assigned to rescue a kidnapped American diplomat. Their only hope is Mya Amari, the daughter of a notorious Algerian hostage negotiator, but she is full of secrets and complications–something Jake takes as a personal challenge. As they grow closer, the threat to the mission escalates and time runs out for the hostages. Can Jake unravel the web of deception to save them all without getting caught in the crossfire?
Mya Amari has been in hiding nearly her entire life to escape her father’s enemies. But when her sister is kidnapped along with an American diplomat, she’ll do anything to bring her home–including walking into the enemy’s lair. She doesn’t trust anyone, especially the too-handsome-for-his-own-good Commander Williams, but when all her careful plans explode out of control, he’s the only one she can turn to with the truth about her family. Is it too little, too late?
- File Size: 2572 KB
- Print Length: 251 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Stone Hall Books (December 14, 2015)
My review: The Captive by Julie Coulter Bellon (Griffin Force #1)
First book in a new series that I want to read the next book. This is full of drama, action, mystery and romance suspense. It is a clean read but does have some violence.
A US diplomat and his translator has been kidnapped. Terrorists want money and prisoners to trade for him.
Mya Amari is a lawyer in Canada. She has been asked to help to get her father involved to help mediate with the terrorists. She has not seen her father since she left Algeria.
Jake Williams is a former US Navy Seal. He has been called in and asked to lead a team to get the diplomat home. He has also been asked to keep Mya safe.
The danger happens before they even get on the plane. You are not sure who to trust. Jake and Mya to not get along off the bat. I love watching this story unfold. It keeps you wanting to find out what will happen next.
I was given this ebook to read for free in exchange of a honest review.
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