Liam's Lily:Heroes for Hire, Book 14By: Dale Mayer
Heroes for Hire, Book 14
About This Book
When former Navy SEAL Liam O’Brian joins Legendary Securities, he looks forward to being shipped somewhere exciting for his first mission with Levi and his crew. Instead, he learns exotic and enormous aren’t exactly synonymous when he stumbles upon the oversized pachyderms inhabiting his new backyard. Still, conflicts are universal and Liam’s troubles are only just beginning once he finds himself falling for a woman deeply rooted in her family’s livelihood and problems.
Go-getter Lilianna Howell is a biologist who believes all problems can be reduced to minor ones if only they’re nipped in the bud early enough. When her dad can no longer deal with the loss of his son and his detachment threatens the elephant reserve, Lilianna steps into a much larger role, handling the marketing and fundraising. Being close to her sister and her husband—once Lilianna’s fiancé—forces her to struggle with distrust from that past experience and a growing attachment to a man who appears in her life like a dream come true.
Mammoth issues escalate as Liam and Lilianna team up to save the gentle giants, their newfound love… and their own lives.
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KILL OR BE KILLED
Part of an elite SEAL team, Mason takes on the dangerous jobs no one else wants to do – or can do. When he’s on a mission, he’s focused and dedicated. When he’s not, he plays as hard as he fights.
Until he meets a woman he can’t have but can’t forget. Software developer, Tesla lost her brother in combat and has no intention of getting close to someone else in the military. Determined to save other US soldiers from a similar fate, she’s created a program that could save lives. But other countries know about the program, and they won’t stop until they get it – and get her.
Time is running out … For her … For him … For them …
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Liam O’Brien peered out the garage window, watching as Brandon parked nearby. Rory and Michael stood at Liam’s side as they watched their friend Brandon arrive with Kasha. They’d heard from Ice how crazy things got while saving Bullard and how it had ended up with another of their own finding a partner.
“Told you, Liam. Our unit is all here,” Michael said quietly.
“And, except for you, Liam—and North—we’re all taken,” Rory added to Michael’s comment.
“And it’s a good thing too,” Michael said. “We were all lost long enough. I never thought to find anyone who’d accept me or put up with me. But it’s all good.” He slapped Liam on the shoulder.
“I’m not sure I’m ready for this,” Liam admitted. “It’s one thing to be a part of this family connection you guys have going on, but it’s a completely different issue to be standing on the outside and looking in. I’m not sure there’s a place for me here. And, even if there is, I have no idea how to fit in.”
“That’s the thing. None of us did before we arrived. You have to trust you’ll find your way.”
Just then Brandon got out of the truck and stretched.
Damn, he looked good. Liam had been close to him—Rory and Michael too—but there’d always been an extra connection between Liam and Brandon. And to see his buddy looking so happy, … so fit—both emotionally and physically—well, it was a joy.
Liam would love and accept Kasha for that alone. They’d all had a hell of a last year with Levi and Ice establishing their new business—each member hiring on and finding their own perfect partner. Or almost everyone. Liam and North were both unattached. Then they were brand new to the team.
Brandon and Kasha, the happy couple, laughed and talked as they moved toward the kitchen door. Liam could hear their conversation.
“It’s a good thing we took a week off before coming here.” Kasha beamed at Brandon.
He chuckled. “In truth that week was like a mini-honeymoon.”
Liam grinned at the flags of color blooming on Kasha’s cheeks, but she didn’t hide them. Instead she nodded. “It was indeed. It was also nice to see my family.”