Pub Date 10 Sep 2015
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Marine veteran Maddy Jeffers never expected her most demanding and
daunting mission would come off the battlefield. Ordered to infiltrate a
Seattle terrorist cell, Maddy must pose as a loving wife to Major
Hunter Hines. The undercover role begins to feel all too real when Maddy
falls hard for the rugged, macho Marine.
Duty and discipline are Hunter Hines’s credo, guiding every decision and every action. But constant proximity with the fierce and enticing Maddy is veering his mission wildly off course. Although their role as man and wife is only pretend, there is nothing false about his out-of-control desire for his partner.
When Maddy’s life is threatened by an ISIS cell, protecting her becomes the only mission that matters, and Hunter is willing to break all the rules to save her. As the danger heats up around these two veteran heroes, Maddy and Hunter must walk a narrow path between passion and survival.
A Note From the Publisher
“Fast paced, engaging with action, suspense, passion and romance.” – Veronica M., Amazon Review
“Sexy, Sweet and Suspenseful…What a great combination! Jacki Delecki brings the heat and action with MARRIAGE UNDER FIRE, a short novella in the Grayce Walters Series … A great read for those who enjoy a light suspense with military going undercover, and those marines (yes, Maddy is a marine), are pretending to be a married couple, and yes, they both have feelings for each other…definitely makes for an emotional read! I loved the interaction between Hunter and Maddy, the push and pull, the do I, don’t I, definitely kept me on my toes right along with the suspense. MARRIAGE UNDER FIRE is a great jump into the Grayce Walters series!” – A Tasty Read Book Reviews, Goodreads
“Oh have I got another hot story for you! MARRIAGE UNDER FIRE by Jacki Delecki is terrific from beginning to end… I loved this story. I loved the interaction between Maddy and Hunter, the way they sniped at one another when they weren’t in a PDA. I loved how well they could work together as a team and how Jacki economized on time by creating larger scenes in smaller spaces and less dialog and more summarizing of events and I loved the twist. Most of all, I was sad when it ended and that is always a sign of a good book. I hope we get to read more about Maddy and Hunter. Now I can’t wait to read the rest of the series! Totally 5 Stars!” – Liberty Ann I., Goodreads