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Men Under Fire

Men Under Fire

Book 3: Grayce Walters Series

Hollie Thomas, the feisty, tattooed office assistant to Grayce Walters, has come a long way from living on the streets. Along with finding a job she loves, she’s found friends and safety. When her new life unravels, she faces dangers that dwarf her troubled past. Fighting to survive, she discovers that sometimes what you need the most might be found in the one person you failed to see coming.

Returning home from the war and struggling to find his way, Sergeant Nick Welby, and his bomb-sniffing golden lab, use their skill set in the last place he’d ever imagined—Seattle’s Waterfront. To protect the one woman who matters, Nick and his trusty canine partner will risk everything to rescue her and Seattle from disaster.

Embroiled in Grayce Walters’ most perilous case—a terrorist plot with the threat of deadly explosives—can Nick and Hollie work together to save themselves and each other before it’s too late?

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What people are saying...

“If you love Jayne Anne Krentz or Linda Howard you’ll adore this series.”

– Beth I., Amazon Review

“I loved Hollie and Nick as main characters. They work really well together, and they understand each other. I liked their maturity and that neither was rushing into anything. With her writing, Jacki gave me a clear picture of these two…both their backgrounds and their presents. I was very intrigued and had to keep turning the pages.”

– Sue P., Amazon Review

“Hollie and Nick’s journey is fun, heartwarming and surreal. The journey that these two take together in getting to know one another at the same time in helping their friends finding their way back is totally and emotionally draining at times but the hearts that open up between Hollie and Nick are trueness of heart.

The author is amazing in this read. She hit on more points in this read than I can say and my heart was right there with Hollie and Nick the whole time. Get enthralled in this amazing read.”

– Babiessmile, Amazon Review