Free Fiction on the 14th: What the Heart Holds Safe

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What the Heart Holds Safe

What the Heart Holds Safe

Delta Force goes anywhere, anytime. This time they’re bringing the hammer back to familiar grounds.

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About the Book

-a Delta Force romance story-

The round that took out the man behind Delta Force sniper D.K. “Deek” Davies missed him by inches. The problem? The man behind him had once been a friend—a friend with an inspiring sister who changed his future.

Cindy Borman’s lifetime of practice shutting away her heart means nothing when faced with the one man who knows her past.

Only together can they face What the Heart Holds Safe.

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Series: Delta Force, Delta Force Stories, Book 4
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Tag: Short Story
ASIN: B01MAW8GM2
ISBN: 9781945740084
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4 thoughts on “Free Fiction on the 14th: What the Heart Holds Safe”

  1. Heart wrenching . Got to give it to M L Buchman for the ability to bring such feeling to the reader. This, a short story presents a gripping story full of sadness but a promise of happiness. This one will bring you to tears.
    Love love your work.

    1. Thanks so much. I admit to getting sniffly while I wrote this one. Seriously, I often while writing my stories, but this one got to me. “Her Silent Heart and the Open Sky” really slayed me as well.

  2. Matt, you’ve done it again. I’m truly beginning to believe that these true to life characters that you write about are actually live people that you have known for ever. How else could you speak so eloquently for them? As always, the 14th is a red letter day! I love the reference to Snidely Whiplash, too.

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