Course Correction by Mia West
Playing it safe has gotten him everything – except the one guy he’s always wanted. As leader of a covert unit of rescue swimmers, following the mission plan is a matter of professional survival for seal shifter Nate Landry. But recent closure on a colleague’s death has Nate recalculating his own trajectory. It could use a little nudge and a whole lotta juice, and he only has to glance across the cockpit for just the right source of turbulence. Following orders has kept him sane – until the guy giving them goes full throttle. Chopper pilot Gil Espinoza has kept his thing for Landry on cruise control for eight long years. That the guy once chose a fellow shifter over Gil stung like hell but kept him on course. Problem is: the good lieutenant just laid down new coordinates, a radical turn into uncharted waters. And if there’s one thing Gil can’t do, it’s ignore an order from Nate Landry.
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