Danger Ahead by Betsy Brannon Green

October 24, 2014 | 3 Comments
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DangerAheadBrooke Clayton is not who she claimed to be, a harsh reality that Corporal Hunter Owl Ezell faces as he observes the façade surrounding the woman he loved crumbling before his eyes. Brooke’s past criminal activity has caught up with her and as a result of her involvement in Joined Forces, an illicit group of environmental activists, Hunter’s life is on the line.

Brooke tried to escape her past, but her former associates have other plans for her. Joined Forces is unwilling to let such a valuable asset go, and if she hopes to save Hunter, she must cooperate. When she’s approached by the FBI, Brooke grasps desperately at their offer: go undercover to expose Joined Forces in exchange for immunity from prosecution for her past crimes.

Aided by Hunter’s Special Forces team, the group boldly takes on the world of organized crime. In an explosive turn of events, the team realizes how deeply the corruption is rooted but not before several of their members are captured. Now at the mercy of the extremists, their only hope of rescue is Brooke and Hunter. The clock is ticking but as the broken couple fights for their own lives, can they learn to work together again before time runs out for their friends?

Loosely connected to Hazardous Duty series.

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Title: Danger Ahead (Brooke Clayton #2)

Author: Betsy Brannon Green

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: October 15, 2014

ISBN: 978-1621088912

Formats: 304 pages, 6×9, softcover; e-book; audio

Genre: Suspense

Brooke Clayton Series:

Proceed with Caution (book 1)



3 responses to “Danger Ahead by Betsy Brannon Green

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    At first, this story felt like it was going to be a combination of two different storylines, but I liked how everything was brought together. I liked seeing more of Dane and his crew from the previous books and I liked the ending, especially in regards to Hunter and Brooke’s relationship. And maybe it was just the narrator’s voice in the audiobook, but Brooke really annoyed me at the beginning of the book — she came across as spoiled, whiny and immature to me. But she grew on me by the ending.

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