When one of their own is tragically killed in an ambush, the Navy investigates Scott Devonshire and his elite team of SEALs. In order to prove their innocence, he’ll have to track down their fallen comrade’s widow to get the truth, but there’s just one problem—she’s nowhere to be found.
Meanwhile, brilliant hacker Hayley Stevens is digging up dirt on the unit in hopes of snagging a promotion, but she has her doubts about the SEAL team’s guilt. When she reluctantly teams up with Scott to prove he and his comrades had nothing to do with their friend’s death, she doesn’t expect romance. But the sparks that fly between them have Scott contemplating setting aside his womanizing ways. Until she is captured by an unknown adversary, that is.
Now he has to make a decision: Hayley, or his team? Whichever side he chooses, he’s going to become embroiled in a conflict that could potentially take down everyone he cares about—one that goes all the way to the top.
This is the second book in the series about seal team ten and them losing a team member and being accused of it somehow. They are on their own mission of coming up with evidence to clear them, but also find out who and why Nick was killed. Scotty is sent to the home of the missing wife of the deceased team member to try to come up with anything. What he did find was a sexy Hayley Stevens who looks like a 1940’s pin-up model, but is actually a supreme hacker and he later finds out is working for the FBI. At this moment the FBI does not know she is searching the home, and together they both are coming up with conflicting stories when they decide to work together. This becomes more to the team likening when they find out from her that the FBI is wanting one of them to accept a deal, and she suspects her boss as having something underhanded to do with it. There is also a romance between her and Scotty which is pretty hot but does not take away from the story. Overall this book closes with you ready for the next one which I don’t have so I don’t know how this series will end, but this was a fast paced, and full of action. Overall a good book. I got this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 4 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com