Saturday, June 10, 2017

S.E.X. Review~ Hunted Soldier by Jamie Lynn Miller

In the wake of the harrowing missions in India and Pakistan, Connor struggles to come to terms with causing the accidental death of a child, while Shawn tries to put Julian’s betrayal behind him.
Adding to the emotional fallout, new trials arise – the appearance of a young man from Connor’s past turned stalker may have fatal consequences for him, while Shawn must confront his former heroin addiction and break free of the hold it still has on him.
The challenges continue when a Shadow Unit undercover op in Bangladesh to shut down the pipeline of terrorists being smuggled into the UK draws Shawn and Connor into a web of lies and deceit from a man hell bent on exacting revenge on the two soldiers – demanding a life for a life.
Will Connor and Shawn survive? Or will the jungle become their final resting place?

Shadow Unit series by Jamie Lynn Miller has fast become one of this readers’ favorite series and Hunted Soldier sealed the deal.

Shawn and Connor, back in the spotlight, a new and daring adventure, making each page more adventurous than the previous. 

Ms. Miller catapulted us into the jungles of Bangladesh as Shawn and Connor fought for their lives- attempting to stay one step ahead of the enemy. The twists and turns had me sitting on the edge of my seat while the sex scenes made me swooning, smiling with a satisfied grin.

Shawn and Connor's relationship was a slow sizzle at times and a burning brush fire at others. The authors ability to traverse emotional upheaval and sensuous love was well written and well developed- permitting the characters to guide her careful words and heady scenes.

Sexy men and captivating characters- Hunted Soldier was a must read.

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review 

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