military romantic thriller, action adventure suspense

Re-release Day: Target Engaged

Yes! Delta Force is back…in FORCE!

The book that launched the third main core to the Emily Beale Universe is back and better than ever! Delta Force #1 has been fully re-edited. Same characters and riveting story, just in much better shape. Leap in Delta-style, and pre-order #2 now.

Target Engaged

Target Engaged

Series: Delta Force, Delta Force - Novels, Book 1
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Tag: Novel
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Publication Year: 2015

The first woman of Delta Force can conquer anything, except herself.

About the Book

The first woman of Delta Force can conquer anything, except herself.

“If Tom Clancy ever wrote a romance novel, ‘Target Engaged’ will be it!” –

Surviving the potentially lethal Delta Force training counts as only the first step on Carla Anderson’s path to honoring her KIA brother. She’s going to take down every bad guy if it kills her.

Kyle Reeves, the steadiest and best soldier fresh from the most advanced training can handle anything, except perhaps Carla.

When they take on the drug lords of Venezuela, well…falling in love would be easier if it wasn’t so hard.

“Buchman cannot write a bad book, and this, possibly his best yet, is another great example of what military romance should be.” – Booklist

“Meticulous research, action-packed mission scenes, and a passionate love story between the phenomenal lead characters, with the romance being equally as breathtaking as the action.” – RT Book Reviews

[Can be read stand-alone or in series. A complete happy-ever-after with no cliffhangers. Originally published in 2015. Re-edited 2021 for improved reader experience but still the same great story.]

Buy now to join the military romantic adventure.

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