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Sometimes you just have to be patient when it comes to matters of the heart We have left American soil and now Dale takes you on a mission into Benin, a country within Africa. It is here where both Brandon and Kasha will not only work together on a crucial mission, they will also need to find their rightful place in life. For one it’s not the job, so much as disenchantment with the horrors it causes and for the other, fitting into a new role and finding stability. It is a beautifully paced story, as it unfolds its intrigue and suspense - not only in the search for a boss and friend, but uncovering something far more dangerous and sinister, that would have far reaching ramifications. It will take a team, both far and near to join forces, pool their resources to prevent destruction. This story intrigued me as a military romance. At times I really wondered if the relationship between Brandon and Kasha was more mutual respect and friendship rather than romantic interest, attraction and chemistry. The romance buildup is slow, almost non existent, because both Brandon and Kasha are pure professional operators. They get the job done and hold tight to their core values and integrity - their care for the well being of the themselves and the team. It was refreshing to read something that concentrated more on the mission yet always had that underlying element that something could happen at any moment if a relationship was pushed. Sometimes, you just have to be patient when it comes to matters of the heart - just to let it develop at its own pace. Dale delivers a page-turning drama, intrigue and military action - with BRANDON’S BLISS. A well written story, highly recommended for those that love a military based heroes and heroines. It’s always wonderful to revisit team members. Not only are they a team, they are family and will have your back no matter what. You also get a sneak peek into the next story revolving around Brandon’s former team mate and Levi’s newest recruit - Liam. I can’t wait.
read 1st march 2nd march Intense and has lots of suspense with the characters surrounded by enemies at times, there is also plenty of action to keep them busy. I love how even during high intensity times these guys still find time to make some moves. Both main characters are strong and independent, one has just started a new job and the other is looking to make some changes so the attraction works out well for both. Great read and I enjoyed both the new characters and catching up with some of the regulars. The continuity for this series is great, no overly long gaps in between each picks up more or less from where the previous one ends so we don’t lose to much story. Each is different and some are in different Countries so we get insight into the culture of said place as we do with this one. Always interesting along with the suspense and a fair bit of action which also shows off the characters at their best and strongest. Fantastic read.
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Brandon is new at Legendary Security and is sent to Africa to help in the search for Bullard who has gone missing from a new property he had purchased recently. Kasha has worked for Bullard for 5 years and so knows most of the people at Legendary too. Working close together Brandon puts himself close to Kasha on instinct - hoping he gets the chance to make that more permanent if they can get out of this situation. This was a dramatic story set in Africa with gangs, gun running, corruption, lots of drama and danger, and an attraction that appears to be impossible to ignore. There was plenty of action as the story unfolded as one bad situation was followed by another. Their abilities and professionalism shone though. I loved the way they respected each other as colleagues for their skill in the face of danger while there was an underlying promise of something good if they survived. Well written and very enjoyable read that transported me away to Africa.