His Duty To Protect

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Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Limited, Jul 1, 2012 - Fiction - 157 pages
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'Why the hell are you here?' Captain Ty Hamilton knows the woman hates him, especially since he'd tried to sabotage her military career. All those years ago, the formidable Rachel Trayhern had fought back and won. Ty paid a high price for his arrogance. Now they're stationed at the same base in Afghanistan. Worse, she's been assigned to his unit. In five years, he's changed enough to feel ashamed of how he'd behaved. He wishes he could apologise, but Rachel's steely demeanour holds him at bay. Suddenly, a mission gone awry leaves Ty and Rachel stranded in enemy territory. And with their lives at stake, old hatreds become trivial and new - and unexpected feelings awaken.

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Review: His Duty to Protect (Morgan's Mercenaries #34)

User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

I liked this bool ok, but I was a little disappointed because some of her other books are so great that this one just left me feeling a little "meh". If I didn't know how good her other books were I might have liked it a little better. Read full review

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