Review of Explosive Encounter by K. L. Donn @Author_KLDonn

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Foster Halsey is a man who has been burned and just wants to live life and stay single. After coming home from his deployment and getting a divorce, he is recruited to the Task Force 779 elite team. His life is now filled with missions that are decided by the President of the United States and his team takes on the cases that are the most dangerous, could impact the US, and are of the most secretive subjects at times. This rescue mission was a tough one, but the woman he found in that room brought out his protective instincts in full force. He willingly stands up to a man that thinks he has all the power, but in reality, he’s a nobody.

Everett Gaines wants to get away from her life after she graduates from college and finds that her life as she knew it is not real. She wants answers, but she’s afraid that she won’t get the answers she wants or deserves. Could her whole life have been a lie? Her “father” was never around, nor did he really seem to be interested in her while she was growing up. While she gets away from everything for a little while, she finds herself in a situation that may kill her. If it weren’t for Task Force 779 rescuing her, that might have been the case. She’s back home and too afraid to live on her own anymore, so she moved back in with her mom. The only man that she feels safe with and that can get anywhere near her is one of the men that put his life on the line to save her, Foster Halsey. She feels awful that Foster and his teammate put themselves in harm’s way to saver her.

I loved this story. It was tragic, suspenseful, full of action, twists and turns, and some sexy men who are honorable, loyal, and very Alpha. I give this story a 5-star review and cannot wait for more in the series. If you are a reader and lover of military, suspense, or sexy Alpha’s you will love this story and the series, and I highly recommend it.

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