Her Captivated Hero

Black Dawn

Book 6
Passionately Kind Publishing
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 WHEN IS THE PRICE FOR LOVE TOO HIGH?
The fate of thousands comes down to one woman. A critical mission in the Middle East demands more than just the skills of the Black Dawn Navy SEAL team, it requires a scientist who can crack the code on a deadly virus. 

Navy SEAL, Lieutenant Gray Tyler is fiercely protective of those he loves. When Gray finds out it is his woman who is assigned to one of the most dangerous missions his team has ever undertaken, his protective instincts roar to life, and his inner caveman hits the roof. 

Riya Patel is one of the most brilliant scientists on the planet. She’s too smart not to be scared, but that’s not going to stop her from doing her duty. Demolishing this lethal virus is more important than her life. But as the terrorists close in, will Gray be able to save both the cure and Riya?

Her Captivated Hero packs a punch and will keep you on the edge of your seat. Don’t miss out, get your copy today.
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USA Today Bestselling Author, Caitlyn O'Leary, adores writing Military Romantic Suspense and Paranormal Romance. She started publishing books in 2014. Storytelling has been a tradition in her family for years, and she still holds on to the letters she has received from family members since her childhood.Caitlyn lives in California with her husband John of sixteen years who often makes guest appearances in her reader group, Caitlyn's Crew. Getting to know so many people within the reader community is almost as much fun as writing each new novel. So join her reader group so she can get to know you, and see if she and John can make it to year seventeen!You never know what kind of book she'll write next, it all depends on what strikes her fancy. Be sure to keep in touch. Join her newsletter at her website www.caitlynoleary.com.

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Publisher
Passionately Kind Publishing
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Published on
Dec 31, 2018
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Pages
233
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ISBN
9781949849028
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Action & Adventure
Fiction / Romance / Suspense
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Navy SEAL Dex Evans has a problem. His buddies think it's a riot when they sign him up for a dating service behind his back. But who would have thought that with a profile like SailorBoy69 he'd snag a woman who was hysterically funny and gorgeous. Too bad she was also skittish as all hell. Dex fears that when she finds out his profile was a set-up, his happily ever after could sink to the bottom of the ocean.

Single mother, Kenna Wright was in way over her head. She'd spent years putting her child first while ignoring her needs. So what was she thinking responding to the flirtatious email? Luckily for her, when she is stuck on a project with Dex, he's even better in person than he'd been on his online profile. But can she believe this sexy SEAL when he says he's looking for more than a fling?

When one of her co-workers is murdered and it looks like Kenna might be the next one in the killer's crosshairs, Dex is determined to keep her safe. But with a target on her back, it's really hard to keep a shield over her heart.

....... Hello SailorBoy69,
SNMP stands for So Not Mary Poppins. Take it to heart. My photo is me, but it's pretty much a fake, since it took me two hours and twenty dollars worth of product to achieve the look. If we were to meet in person, I probably wouldn't look anywhere close to this, so soak in this picture. Actually, don't worry, we won't meet, but I'll get to that.
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I like the fact that you're serving our country. That's part of the reason I'm reaching out to you. But the real reason I'm writing, is that I'm ninety-nine point nine percent sure you won't respond, so this is a safe letter to write. I can feel good that I've finally put myself out there, without enduring the humiliation of a first date, which I'll fail at, because I'll never in a million years figure out how to reach this level of pretty again.
But in all seriousness, I wanted to take aim for a good guy, and you're it. I like the fact you're in the Navy. I like the fact, that you work with disenfranchised kids. I think you're a nice man. Hell, I don't even care if that's not your real picture, because responsible men do it for me. Of course in my world they're like mythical unicorns, they just don't exist, at least not for me. But the dream of a responsible man makes my panties damp. See I can say this safely, cause you're not going to respond, and I'm never going to meet you.
So, that's my story SailorBoy69. Just know that out there in this big bad world a woman thinks you're pretty exceptional, except for the atrocious cyber name you've given yourself of course. Now, if you have a thought of responding, for God's sake don't. Remember, it's me. I have a kid, two jobs, and I'll look like crap, and you'll ruin the fantasy.
― Signed, So Not Mary Poppins
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Navy SEAL Dex Evans has a problem. His buddies think it's a riot when they sign him up for a dating service behind his back. But who would have thought that with a profile like SailorBoy69 he'd snag a woman who was hysterically funny and gorgeous. Too bad she was also skittish as all hell. Dex fears that when she finds out his profile was a set-up, his happily ever after could sink to the bottom of the ocean.

Single mother, Kenna Wright was in way over her head. She'd spent years putting her child first while ignoring her needs. So what was she thinking responding to the flirtatious email? Luckily for her, when she is stuck on a project with Dex, he's even better in person than he'd been on his online profile. But can she believe this sexy SEAL when he says he's looking for more than a fling?

When one of her co-workers is murdered and it looks like Kenna might be the next one in the killer's crosshairs, Dex is determined to keep her safe. But with a target on her back, it's really hard to keep a shield over her heart.

....... Hello SailorBoy69,
SNMP stands for So Not Mary Poppins. Take it to heart. My photo is me, but it's pretty much a fake, since it took me two hours and twenty dollars worth of product to achieve the look. If we were to meet in person, I probably wouldn't look anywhere close to this, so soak in this picture. Actually, don't worry, we won't meet, but I'll get to that.
Here's me in a nutshell. I live in the good part of town because I work my ass off handling my full-time job as a nurse, plus a part-time gig, that's so my son can go to school in a decent school district. Being a good mother is the most important thing in my life, so I have no earthly idea why I'm responding to your profile since I don't have time to date. Did I mention I have a kid, two jobs and really don't look like this?
I like the fact that you're serving our country. That's part of the reason I'm reaching out to you. But the real reason I'm writing, is that I'm ninety-nine point nine percent sure you won't respond, so this is a safe letter to write. I can feel good that I've finally put myself out there, without enduring the humiliation of a first date, which I'll fail at, because I'll never in a million years figure out how to reach this level of pretty again.
But in all seriousness, I wanted to take aim for a good guy, and you're it. I like the fact you're in the Navy. I like the fact, that you work with disenfranchised kids. I think you're a nice man. Hell, I don't even care if that's not your real picture, because responsible men do it for me. Of course in my world they're like mythical unicorns, they just don't exist, at least not for me. But the dream of a responsible man makes my panties damp. See I can say this safely, cause you're not going to respond, and I'm never going to meet you.
So, that's my story SailorBoy69. Just know that out there in this big bad world a woman thinks you're pretty exceptional, except for the atrocious cyber name you've given yourself of course. Now, if you have a thought of responding, for God's sake don't. Remember, it's me. I have a kid, two jobs, and I'll look like crap, and you'll ruin the fantasy.
― Signed, So Not Mary Poppins
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