Author: Janie Crouch
Military codename: EAGLE.
warrior, a hero.
before. And now, he’s her only chance for survival.
an undercover mission, he’s up for the task. His job teaching survival skills
to civilians at Linear Tactical keeps him sharp, and he can still handle
himself in the field.
to handle Charlotte Devereux. She’s back and she’s all sorts of bad
the fact that they cost her everything. All she can do is endure the fallout.
Even if that means putting her future in the hands of Finn, the man who has
every right to want to destroy her.
depend on Charlotte’s strength in order to survive. But everyone has a
for what’s right.
just to survive…
Oh lawdie, how I love this series! I was hooked when I read Cyclone, and Eagle did not disappoint!
Finn and Charlie’s story is equal parts heartbreaking and uplifting, full of action and intrigue, and plain, sweet romance.
It’s impossible not to love the characters, and I felt like I was at a family reunion being reunited with the friends I made in Cyclone.
Janie Crouch’s heroines are dynamic, intelligent, and most importantly, courageous women. Add strong alpha males to the mix and you have a run for your money.
Eagle is a fast read, at least it was for me, as I could not put it down. The storyline is engaging, suspenseful, and action-packed. It is an absolute must-read! I cannot wait for Shamrock to read Aiden’s story!
bestselling author Janie Crouch writes what she loves to read: passionate
romantic suspense. She is a winner and/or finalist of multiple
romance literary awards including the Golden Quill Award for Best Romantic
Suspense, the National Reader’s Choice Award, and the RITA© Award by the
Romance Writers of America.
recently relocated with her husband and their four teenagers to Germany (due to
her husband’s job as support for the U.S. Military), after living in Virginia for
nearly 20 years. When she’s not listening to the voices in her head—and even
when she is—she enjoys engaging in all sorts of crazy adventures (200-mile
relay races; Ironman Triathlons, treks to Mt. Everest Base Camp)
traveling, and movies of all kinds.