Otherwise Unharmed

After Evan Arden was imprisoned by the enemy for a year and a half, he returned from the desert as a military hero.  He’d suffered some minor injuries during his captivity, was discharged from the Marines with a touch of shellshock, but was considered otherwise unharmed.  Now he wonders how he ended up where he is—incarcerated in Chicago’s Metropolitan Correctional Center for using his sharpshooting expertise to take out the neighborhood park with a high-powered sniper rifle and multiple rounds of ammunition.

Lia Antonio, the woman he rescued from the desert heat the previous year, is the only person who can bring him out of his sleep-deprived psychosis and mounting PTSD.  When she does, Evan knows he can’t just let her go again.  He’s never considered leaving the business before—who retires from the mafia?—but he’s determined to get both Lia and himself out of harm’s way.

Evan faces overwhelming forces from multiple directions as a deal to get him out of jail turns more dangerous than he imagined.  With a mob war on the horizon and the feds holding evidence over his head, Evan has no choice but to throw himself into the middle of another warzone.

In his efforts to make things right, Evan crosses the wrong man and finds himself on the business end of the crosshairs.  With his acute perception and intelligence, he tries to stay a step ahead of his former co-workers, but this time, it isn’t just his own life on the line—he’s got to protect Lia from the man who once called him son.

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I went over each and every part—removing powder residue and deposits from the barrel and then lubricating each piece with oil.  I caressed the smooth metal, and the touch of it in my hands wasn’t unlike touching Lia in the way my mind calmed and focused on the task.  When it was cleaned and oiled to my satisfaction, I began to assemble it.
There was no way I could have adequately expressed how I felt to have my Barrett in my possession again.  I knew it made my fingers tingle to touch it again, and my mind flashed through the many, many times I had fired the weapon.  I remembered handing over seven thousand dollars—all the money I had at the time—just to be able to take it with me when I left the Marines and never regretting leaving myself practically penniless in the process.  I could have bought one on the street for less—government spending and all—but I wanted that one.
Though I never really referred to it as a she or anything like that, if my Barrett were a woman, I would definitely fuck her.

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1 comment:

  1. I loved this book! It draws you in and keeps you there! I definitely recommend reading the series, it makes this book even better. And I loved the ending!