Release Day Blitz: Protecting Fiona by Susan Stoker
Protecting Fiona (book 3 in the SEAL of Protection Series) by Susan Stoker
Release Date:December 29, 2014
Cookie "Hunter" Knox was good at his job, infiltrating behind enemy lines was one of his specialties. His SEAL team relied on him to do his job, just as he relied on them to do theirs. Ever since two of his teammates found a woman that completed them, their dangerous Ops seemed a bit more intense. Cookie knew if he had a woman who belonged to him, he'd never let her go. Little did he know the SEAL team's latest mission to Mexico would change his life forever.
Fiona Storme resigned herself to the fact that it was highly unlikely she would make it out of the jungle alive. Kidnapped by human traffickers, abused, and without family or friends looking for her, Fiona knew wishing for rescue was as realistic as having a big, juicy hamburger fall from the sky. Unbeknownst to Fiona, the SEAL team, including Cookie, were on the way, but their assignment didn't consist of rescuing her.
**Protecting Fiona is the 3rd book in the SEAL of Protection Series. It can be read as a stand-alone, but it's recommended you read the books in order to get maximum enjoyment out of the series.
Susan Stoker has a heart as big as
the state of Texas where she lives but this all American girl has also spent
the last fourteen years living in Missouri, California, Colorado, and Indiana.
She is quite the romantic and even met the love of her life on "Hotmail
classified" before online dating and sites like match.com even existed!
Susan has been reading romance novels
since middle school and once crossed out the names of the main characters in a
book and changed them to her own and to the name of her crush. She's been
writing scenes for years, developing her unique writing style.
Susan loves writing but her true
passion is adopting dogs from rescue groups and shelters. Susan and her husband
have had a total of nine "rescued" dogs since 2000 including a
variety of basset hounds and bloodhounds. She has recently branched out and
adopted a basset/terrier mix who acts more like a terrier than a basset (i.e.
digging, eating a couch and being hyper).
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