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Delta Force Team Panther Collection: Books 1 - 3
Delta Force Team Panther
In 2011 Delta Force Team Panther was the best of the best, a special forces team at the top of their game. When one of their team members was captured in Afghanistan. After the fallout from his rescue, the team was disbanded. Matt and Jonah were discharged from the army, Steele, Micah, Jason, and Grif were reassigned to other teams until they too resigned their commissions. Now five years later one of the team is missing, another is the target of a terrorist sniper.
Can the team put their differences aside to face a common enemy?
Tied Up In Steele
They Won't Ask If We Don't Tell
For Jonah Montgomery and Matt Garrett, keeping their relationship a secret, under Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, is hard. Especially, when their Delta Force – Team Panther brothers also don’t know. The illusion of sharing a condo makes keeping their secret a little easier. However, Matt’s parents have called him home for the weekend and Matt would like Jonah to ‘meet the parents.’
Can Matt persuade Jonah, that Pops and Betty won’t ask… if they don’t tell?
Navy Seal Kelvin Dare was born to be a frogman. He’s pretty much seen it all over his ten-year career and nothing surprises him anymore. Nothing except an unexpected natural disaster, which sends his team’s latest mission to hell in a hand basket. Volcanic blasts were not even on his radar when he and his men deployed to search for the latest terrorist to dare bring war to US soil. Now he must figure out how the hell he can protect not only his team, but also the American they find deep in the cave system which offers their only chance of survival.
Archaeologist Howard Sutherland was supposed to be on the trip of a lifetime, to study the ancient markings found at a cave entrance on an unnamed island in the Indian Ocean. The further into the cave he moves, and the more of the witch symbols he deciphers, the louder the island rumbles and shakes under his feet. He may not be able to see what is happening on the surface, but the sudden appearance of a Special Ops team, and its growly, bossy leader, tells him things are very, very wrong.
Can two people with so many differences really join forces and make a deal with the devil to ensure they all survive the pyroclastic flow? Are the special effects they are gifted for helping him escape his prison worth living for, or will the devil have the last laugh as he watches them come to grips with their new reality?