Mike's off fighting the Taliban. And I'm having his baby.
When I had that fling with Mike, a bad boy Delta Force dog handler, I thought I was just blowing off steam. I've seen so many soldiers come in to my hospital, half dead - I just couldn't take it any more. I needed an escape. But Mike was different. When he got sent back into the field, I couldn't get him off my mind. And then I found out I was pregnant with his baby.
So when Mike was airlifted to the hospital, I didn't care that he was a hero who'd just saved a dozen soldier's lives - I just knew I needed to save him.
The moment I saw Katie, I knew I had to have her - she was the bravest, strongest, sexiest woman I'd ever seen. When I got deployed, I thought about her every day. My platoon were sick of me talking about her, but I couldn't help it...
When I found out she was carrying my child, I knew I had to protect her, whatever the cost. And then the Taliban took her.
I'm going to save her, and my kid. And if anyone gets in my way, they're going to regret it.
I think it was more my feeling of being burnt out on military romances that caused me to rate this book three stars than the actual book. Missing in Action is well written and has a good amount of suspense and romance, but I didn't care for the fact that as a military romance that Katie didn't care for what Mike did despite knowing what he did. It seemed a little redundant but the baby thing was quite believable considering those that know military relationships. The whole your cold is everyones cold saying is true but not really the case in this book despite the baby issue.
I did like Mike as a person, I like him as a man, and as a soldier. I also liked that he took responsibility and accountability. A rare thing indeed. Missing in Action was a good read.
Note: I received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from The Author