Army Staff Sergeant David “Hawk” Hawkins is not having a
First his team beats a training group, only to find out that
the opposing group was not going full out.
Now he has found himself in the middle of a rematch
with consequences he knows nothing about.
When they are not successful and he find out the
terms of his loss, he is furious.
He is not some pansy ass model. Oh wait, maybe now he
is. He can’t
believe that he is the new face for the Army.
Well, he is going to do everything he can to get out
of the assignment.
More importantly, he is not going to do anything but
have a one-night-stand with the gorgeous little sprite of a
woman they sent to be his photographer.
Okay, so maybe he will, but he will make sure she
knows the score before they do anything.
Executive Emily Price has just been handed her first major
is already daydreaming about it.
Imagine being the one to design the new campaign for
the Army. When
her boss did the same last year for the Spec. Ops. Group,
she also got a husband out of the deal.
Now Emily is lusting after a photo of what appears to
be one super alpha, caveman male.
But she will wait to assign judgment until after they
they met and she is 100% right he is 100% cavemen, but what
a sexy caveman.
Will she give in to his proposition of a one-night-stand,
and if she does, will her heart last?
More importantly, will she be able to get him to work
with them on the campaign?
When events take her to Afghanistan, will they
rekindle their one night or will things work to keep them
Sigh. I can just see
Hawk now. I just hope the vision in my head is as hot as Ms.
Johnson intended in
But then again, he is hot enough in my mind to need
to fan myself, so that is probably good enough.
I absolutely loved this second story in the
Task Force Zeta
series, and it is very much a stand-alone book.
Ms. Johnson definitely has a knack for writing not
only a smoking hot alpha (that is with a capital A alpha)
male, but a super spicy erotic scene or two.
She also is realistic about time tables on
deployments, spotty communications, etc.
Additionally, the different type of characters she
pulls together make the stories cruise by quickly.
Hum, so if it only takes me a couple of hours to
read, why do I have to wait until July for the next one???
If you are a fan of Suzanne Brockmann’s Navy Seals,
then you will love the men of the Army and Task Force Zeta.