Friday, August 1, 2014

Hazardous Duty - Order NOW!

Operation Zulu: Redemption
Hazardous Duty - Part 3
Ronie Kendig
(Shiloh Run Press)
Aug 1, 2014/188 pages/$4.99

Part 3 of a Brand-new 5-part Serial Novel!

The odds are stacked against them, but Zulu refuses to surrender.

After all the hits they’ve taken, it’d be easy to quit. But Annie, Teya, and Nuala didn’t train so intensely to be part of the first all-female special ops team to let their enemy win. Now that the fight’s been incited so fiercely with Jessie, Candice, and Keeley, the rest of Zulu won’t go down without a fight. They’ll find answers, justice, and vindication for that tragic night they were set up in Misrata. Or die trying. Giving up isn’t in the bones of Sam Caliguari either—not even after thugs snatch him from Manson. He won’t be muzzled in his effort to get Annie out of trouble. Annie knows Sam will use every bit of his SEAL training to track her down, but she didn’t expect the tangle of strong feelings she’d have for him and Trace. Téya never imagined the nightmare that would hit after crossing the deadly path of The Turk. What could he possibly want with her so specifically?
And while Trace anticipates physical threats, he’s also watching his back for the next political fallout, because Francesca Solomon is unyielding in her quest to bring him down. Will Zulu ever catch a break?


Ronie Kendig continues to turn up the heat in the third installment of her four-week miltary suspense serialization. Just when it seems things might be turning a corner toward a resolution, another twist sends the story--and the reader's heart!--down another perilous and adrenaline-filled track. Danger appears at every turn and for some of the team, hearts and emotions are as much in jeopardy as their physical lives. Nothing is predictable or certain except for the realization that missing any of these episodes is a serious breach in conduct!

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a copy of this this e-book from Ronie Kendig and Barbour Publishing as part of a blog tour. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

Click the links to read my reviews of the previously-released episodes:

Overkill: The Beginning
Collateral Damage - Part 1
Out of Nowhere - Part 2


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