Serial Love by Maryann Jordan
Jack Bryant left the Special Forces to begin his private investigation business. Pulling together like-minded men from the CIA, FBI, ATF, DEA, Border Patrol, SEALs, and police, they were devoted to the missions that no one else wanted or could solve. When the Campus Killer strikes again, Jack’s team is tasked by the Governor to find the killer, using whatever means they can. While following the trail of the serial killer, he becomes entangled in the life of the beautiful woman living next to his property. Bethany Bridwell moved in with her grandmother to take over running Mountville Cabin Rentals. She had no time for the handsome, mysterious man living next door who continued to intrude into her life...and her thoughts. Jack battled his growing feelings for Bethany, worried his life would not allow for the white-picket-fence world she deserved. But he was unable to stay away. When the trail of the Campus Killer strikes close to home, can Jack protect Bethany long enough to give her what she needs? * * * Due to scenes of an explicit sexual nature and language that some consider crude, please be warned - for 18+ only! If you do not like alphas with heart who fall instantly in love with strong female characters while dealing with real life issues...again be warned!!
Book Length: Long Novel - 320-650 PagesThe military is a genre of fiction focusing on military actions, such as warfare, conflicts, battle, fighting, or army life. For example, the military genre can include an autobiography of a member of army personnel who did amazing things or decided that changed the tide of a war utilizing the new or radical military plan. Another autobiographical example maybe a president or other leader (based upon the country) who had been involved in political relations which started or finished a war with something of a military foundation or plan. The military genre may also have novels about weaponry or equipment.
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