a Military Romance Thriller
by Jo Chambliss
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Pub Date 14 Dec 2021 | Archive Date 13 Dec 2021
The SEALs are vulnerable, weakened by an unexpected enemy. Not even the steadfast Commander O’Reilly is immune to the effects of this newest attack on his team.
Stuck in uncharted territory, tempers will flare, pitting brother against brother as they fight to uncover and end the threat to Team Two.
Investigative reporter, Dallas Allred, is used to facing off with powerful people in her fight for the little guy. When the big dog in her current fight turns out to be Uncle Sam’s Navy, she may have bitten off more than she can chew. Still, she won’t back down until justice is done.
Tasked with investigating a possible wrongful death in the SEALs, Dallas has a tough job ahead made more difficult by a man that shows no interest in cooperating. In fact, he’s doing all he can to chase her away from his team.
Hagan “Ink” Fischer has an unusual perspective on life stemming from his unconventional background. Life has been a series of adventures designed to keep him from becoming bored. Joining the SEALs gave him meaning and kindled a protective streak a mile wide.
When a suspicious reporter is caught snooping around his place, he sees the threat for what she is but still can’t help his fascination with the dangerous woman.
Neither Dallas nor Hagan are fooling one another. Just as they’re not fooling themselves. The forbidden romance nearly destroys them both and tears the SEAL team apart.
Revenge, betrayal, heartache, jealousy, and unexpected heroes. Fadeproof exposes all the cracks in the SEAL team’s armor, and someone could lose more than just their shot at love.
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