In Deadly Descent, Kaylea Cross skillfully explores the physical and emotional relationship between Captain Devon Crawford and Cam Munro as they navigate the effects that their difference in stations and the memory of their fallen comrade have on their romance. The author’s vivid writing emphasizes how the strain of these characters’ desires adds to that of being in the middle of war. The story is told through the eyes of the main characters and their mysterious enemy, which ratchets up the tension. If you are looking for an adrenaline-pumping action romance, this is the book for you.
Air Force rules are strict. This is something that Captain Devon “Spike” Crawford and Pararescueman Cam Munro know all too well. After the death of Ty, Devon’s ex-boyfriend and Cam’s best friend, the two
of them find it hard to restrain themselves from defying both the rules and their dead comrade's memory.
While Cam fights to be with the woman he loves, Devon fights not to let her heart give in. But a third party is setting the stage for a much deadlier battle. Although their line of work puts Dev and Cam in danger everyday, this couple has no way to prepare for what’s coming next. (CARINA PRESS, September 2011, dl. $5.99)
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