Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Talon Release with ARC Review!


(SEALs of Steel Series Book 4)

Dale Mayer

Release Date: Aug 8, 2018

Talon Lore, a former SEAL, has spent the last two years recovering from the damage done when his squad's truck drove over an antitank landmine. Six other team-mates were also badly hurt, the seventh dead, in what their team leader Badger Horley realized later had to be a trap set to take them out. After his best friend is run down, Talon realizes his murder ties in with the original incident that drove him and his squad hell-bent for revenge. A year ago, Talon walked away from his girlfriend, Clary Witcher when she'd given him an ultimatum he couldn't win. Clary is the sister of his best friend killed in the hit-and-run. Determined to tell Clary in person that her brother's death was no accident and keep her safe from those now targeting her, Talon struggles with the haunting prospect of a reunion. Clary has never forgotten and never forgiven herself for chasing the man she loved and still loves away with her stupid, take-it-or-leave-it threat. Her brother's death is a tragedy she's barely dealt with when Talon shows up with answers that only beg more questions. He won't leave her side, certain her brother wasn't the only target. But Clary has learned one thing from her time away from him: Love--not trouble--needs to be Talon's reason for staying with her…even if sending him away means jeopardizing her own life.


A bowl full of AWESOME right here! Dale Mayer once again, brought her A-Game with Talon, her latest SEALS of STEEL novel. Downright exciting with a punch to the gut action, dreamy worthy romance and plenty of heart-stopping suspense, this book was everything I love and enjoy in a romantic suspense!

Clary and Talon had a undeniable connection. Their attraction sizzled and sparked and caused all sorts of delicious havoc with my heart and stomach. I fell in love with the way this story picked up pace from start to finish. I never once thought it was lacking or felt like it needed anything. Dale Mayer can tell one heck of a great romance!



Talon had stood there at the grave, hating the waste of it all. For someone like Chad—healthy and vibrant, with such a great sense of humor, always pulling jokes on everyone, a ladies’ man, and yet, at the core, a good man—to have died like that, in a senseless accident, was a maddening event in and of itself. Chad was a fireman. He lived, ate, talked, slept that job. Talon laughed at the memory of Chad saying that all he had to do to get the ladies’ attentions was tell them he could cook or that he wore a uniform or to just show them the firemen’s calendar, sporting Chad as the Favored Fireman for February. Chad was one of the good guys—a hero.
Talon knew the two siblings had a hard time understanding their vagabond researching parents. To Talon, who had never had the stable home life that those two had, he thought their parents were great, idiosyncrasies and all. Those two didn’t know how good they had it. Yeah, their mom and dad had wanted both kids to attend college, to become botanists like them, but it just wasn’t meant to be.
Talon shook his head. What was it about families? They could be your greatest supporters or your worst critics. Sometimes both. Kind of like we can do to ourselves, what with the negative and positive self-talk going on in my own mind at times.

About the Author:

Dale Mayer is a prolific multi-published writer. She’s best known for her Psychic Vision Series. Besides her romantic suspense/thrillers, Dale also writes paranormal romance and crossover young adult books in different genres. To go with her fiction, she writes nonfiction in many different fields with books available on resume writing, companion gardening and the US mortgage system. She has recently published her Career Essentials Series. All her books are available in print and digital format. And then there’s her poetry…   My Path As I walk forward on my path to the future, I choose laughter, love, and light as my sutures, stitching together my lifetime of choices, as the essential fabric of my being rejoices in the love, friendships, and faith that follow the steps I take as I flow into my tomorrow.

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