NEW LOOK FOR THE CHECKPOINT, BERLIN DETECTIVE SERIES!
A lonely librarian, a streetwise dominatrix, and a detective with a checkered past collide in this steamy international crime series from Bestselling Author Michele E. Gwynn.
Welcome to the Checkpoint, Berlin Detective Series, your passport to a world of dark passions, international crime, and ever-present danger.
Eye-catching design sets the mood for this intriguing, thrilling, steamy crime series pulling you into the worlds of Sarah Brown, Elsa Kreiss, Kommissar Joseph Heinz, and LKA Direktor Herman Faust. Cover design by Emeegee Graphics. (c) Michele E. Gwynn
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Second Chance Soldier
The Soldiers of PATCH-COM Book II
A soldier traumatized by war. A woman haunted by abuse. Two broken souls brought together by cartel violence. Can love heal their hearts?
Gerry "Mac" Maclean, Army Airborne Ranger, has lost much serving his country, but through a paperwork glitch, found a home at PATCH-COM. When a cartel war erupts south of the border he and his unit are sent in to evacuate American civilians caught in
in the crossfire. Faced with his first mission jump since his arrival at Camp Lazarus and the pressure of leading the team, Mac struggles with his inner demons. Only two things are keeping him from falling apart; loyalty to his team, and the haunted brown eyes of the beautiful American hostage Connie Wheeler. But what was she doing in Quintana Roo all alone? And why is she afraid to go home?
Continuing from the multiple award-winning debut novel Secondhand Soldier (Winner of Read Freely's TOP 50 Indie Books of 2019 and Author Shout's Recommended Reads Silver Medal Winner) comes the second tale in The Soldiers of PATCH-COM, a unit of wounded and broken soldiers, courageous and driven by integrity, fidelity, and honor...
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How fabulous to be so honored as to be one of the runners up for Read Freely's Best Book We've Read All Year. I'm thrilled! Thank you to all the readers who made this possible and to Read Freely (and the wonderful judges).
Have you read Exposed: The Education of Sarah Brown yet? Check out Read Freely's review and my interview.