Saturday, March 16, 2013

"Under Fire: The Admiral," by Rita Henuber

This military romance is from an author experienced with U.S. military life. A full-length novel, it's available today for $2.99.

This author writes very strong heroines, which I love. Gemma is no exception. The fact that she is older than usual romance heroines was totally refreshing and her age fit the story perfectly. UF-The Admiral had action scenes that made my pulse race, scenes that made me cry, and yes, scenes that could be label HOT! If you want to read miltary romantic suspense, don't hestitate to buy Under Fire The Admiral. 4.5 stars. -- Amazon reviewer

Under Fire: The Admiral, by Rita Henuber

Fans of Suzanne Brockman will love the thrilling military romances of Rita Henuber.

Coast Guard Admiral Gemma Hendrickson has made a career out of flying in and out of dangerous situations, but in her free time she looks forward to more relaxing flights—running medical missions in Ecuador.

Dr. Ben Walsh is young, cocky, and very sexy. He also seems determined to get up close with Gemma.

Together the two take off on what’s supposed to be a routine trip to a remote village, when their plane is shot down off the coast and Gemma is forced to make an emergency landing.

Hiding in the jungle from a murderous drug cartel, Gemma is determined to use all her skills to get Ben home safely. However, it’s not the drug cartel she fears most, but her emotions and the attraction she feels to the young, sexy, and very talented doctor.


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Meet the Author

Rita grew up running the beaches of a barrier island on Florida's east coast. An island brat, she spent more time climbing weathered oaks and chasing alligators than playing with the dolls her family gave her. She married a Marine and feels fortunate to have lived many places and traveled to the states and countries she didn't live. Leaving government service she moved back to that barrier island where she writes contemporary fiction weaving her experiences into her story telling.

Her heroes and heroines are either in the military or government service because she writes what she knows. Her father was in the Coast Guard and immediate family members served in every branch of the service as desk jockeys, grunts, pilots and everything in between. She's experienced the highs and lows of military and government life and is grateful for each experience.

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