Book 13: Seals of Honor
Trips to Canada’s wilderness for joint military training are something Easton always looks forward to. Meeting the lovely photographer contracted to capture the base and trainees for new marketing materials adds a whole new twist to a straight-forward routine...a twist with both a light and dark undertone.
Summer tends to get lost in her art so she’s been called ditzy, absent-minded, and a host of less flattering names. She doesn’t let any of it bother her. Her passionate nature has a rewarding creative outlet, and she adores traveling for her work. Unfortunately, her undistracted concentration means she isn’t always taking care of herself the way she should. So, when she’s attacked, Easton is the one who realizes she’s unwittingly stumbled into a dangerous situation and she needs his help to stay safe.
The escalation of violence has Easton holding Summer close enough to kiss, close enough to shatter her ability to focus on a single other thing...
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