Her son has been snatched by Russian rebels. Who better to save him than a Navy SEAL.
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Hero’s name, rank and serial number current or former):
Chance Adams, Commander, current but retiring in a few months
Branch of the service
US Navy – he’s a SEAL.
What is his most heroic trait?
Integrity – he thinks the heroine is married, and won’t have a relationship with her, even though he wants to.
What kind of woman is his perfect match?
The heroine, of course. (lol) Intelligent, independent, capable. But he still wants to protect her.
Why do you like writing military heroes?
I’m an ex-Navy wife, and Navy mom (both submariners). I love men in uniform and law enforcement. They’re the quintessential alpha males.
Photographer Tempest Raines and her adult son are in the Republic of Georgia when he’s snatched by Russian rebels. The US government refuses to get involved, so in her desperation she turns to Navy SEAL Chance Adams for help.
Chance doesn’t recall their brief shared history and reluctantly agrees to attempt a rescue, although the plan, whether successful or not, could end his career.
But even if they manage to survive, when Chance learns the truth, Tempest might be better off dead.
Talia Logan is the pen name for an award-winning author of thrillers, but Talia writes romance. Her alter ego isn’t a secret, but she does want to keep her genres separate.
In her stories you’ll find heartbreak and joy, maybe a little intrigue, and always a happy ending. She writes from the porch of a Chesapeake Bay-front home, where the seagulls caw by day, the waves crash by night, and the moon casts a sultry glow over the dark waters… Okay, that’s not entirely accurate, but after all, Talia writes romantic fiction.