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Honor Reclaimed par [Burrows, Tonya]
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Former Marine sniper Seth Harlan is determined to prove that he can still do his job despite his ongoing battle with PTSD. When an old friend contacts HORNET to rescue a black ops soldier, Seth's stability is strained. He knows all too well what it's like to rot inside an enemy camp, praying for rescue and waiting for death. And he's not about to leave a man behind.

Photojournalist Phoebe Leighton just stumbled into the middle of an arms deal. Teaming up with a ragtag team of mercenaries is the last thing she wants to do--especially when she realizes Seth Harlan is assigned to the mission. He may ignite a passion in her she thought long dead, but Phoebe's hiding a secret that could destroy him.

With a bomb in the mix, HORNET's mission is suddenly about a lot more than an abandoned soldier. Racing against the clock, Seth, Phoebe, and the rest of the team struggle to stop a ruthless warlord bent on power, revenge...and death.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another brilliant story from Tonya Burrows! 28 juin 2014
Par A Reading Nurse - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
This is probably my favorite Tonya Burrows book to date and that is definitely saying a lot since I have loved every book she has written to date.

The book immediately starts off with a scene worthy of an episode of 24. The action packed pace and interesting story line would be enough to make anyone a fan of this book. But luckily for us there is so many more components of this story that make it even more enjoyable.

It is no secret that I fell in love with the cast of characters that make up HORNET, in Seal of Honor. And when we found out who was going to be the lead character of this book in Wilde Nights in Paradise, I was happy with the choice. PTSD is a topic that is extremely hard to think about. In my life time, this has been something that has become more prevalent and something we hear more about, especially after the recent Iraq war. So yes it is hard to hear about, but I knew it must be even more difficult to write about. I read another NA story last year about the topic and I thought that author had done such a great job talking about her character having PTSD, but reading Seth's struggle in Honor Reclaimed made the disease so much more real and so much for heart-breaking. PTSD is a tough subject, and I believe Tonya Burrows really did it justice.

Separating the PTSD from Seth's character, we also get to read about the every day burden that he carries around with him regarding his failed mission. And damn in, that is some real turmoil and my heart really ached for him and everything he carried on his solders. I wanted him to start cutting himself some slack and allow himself to heal and learn how to be happy again. And that where Phoebe comes in.

Phoebe is one of those characters that I was torn about. Yes, she is doing some great things and trying to bring awareness and help to a cause that on a personal level, as a middle eastern woman I feel strongly about. But when I found out the big twist of the story, on what she was guilty of, honestly I did not like her and at first I did not think she was good enough for our hero, Seth. But seeing how she was with him and always trying to console him and putting up with his jerk side (and yes he could be jerk) started to get me to warm up to her and I eventually did like her for Seth.

With addition to Seth and Phoebe, I started really falling for some of the other characters especially Jessie. And I was happy to find out that he is getting his own story! He's the medic and yes I am a nurse, so I do have a soft spot for him. Yes, I may be a little biased, but any male or female who can help take care of emergency battle injuries, gets major swoon points with me! And for all the Gabe and Aubrey fans out there, we do get to see a couple glimpses of our first couple from Seal of Honor!

So if you want a fast paced military thriller with a beautiful broken man trying to find his way again, then this is definitely the book for you!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brilliant weave of suspense and romance 12 juillet 2014
Par Jonetta (Ejaygirl) - Publié sur
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Quick summary
Marine sniper Seth Harlan was a POW in Afghanistan for many months before he was rescued, almost near death after being severely tortured. No longer suitable for military duty, HORNET is his only chance to continue doing what he was trained to do but he's hanging on by a thread. His teammates don't trust his readiness but he's determined to somehow persevere. Photojournalist Phoebe Leighton is on assignment in Afghanistan doing a documentary on the plight of young girls in the country when she stumbles upon an arms deal. When HORNET arrives with Seth on the team to rescue a black ops soldier, Phoebe's drawn to the man with whom she's got a special but secret connection.

The suspense
Seth is dealing not only with the rigor of the operation to rescue the soldier, but also his flashbacks and his team's lack of confidence in him. The situation is treacherous and even Seth isn't sure if he can do his job. The target is evil and Phoebe is also at risk for her role in bringing attention to the arms deal and her documentary subject. The tension is enormous, especially as it's almost impossible to gauge who's friend or foe.

The romance
While the suspense was compelling the relationship between Phoebe and Seth was just magical. It wasn't just about lust and physical attraction. She was Seth's lifeline as he found in her someone that knew what he needed to regain his sense of self and honestly deal with what happened while he was imprisoned. It's one of the highlights of the story, even though Phoebe was harboring a serious secret.

The bottom line
I initially thought this was definitely more pitched to the suspense side of things until I realized how integral the romance was to the heart of the operation. Burrows does a brilliant job of weaving the threads of both into an outstanding story. Loved the first book and it's now two for two. The supporting characters are lushly designed, so much so that I'm attracted to all of them. I hope this is at least a 10-book series because I want more of all of them. Seth's story certainly far exceeded my expectations and they were pretty high.

(I received an ARC from NetGalley)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A rating... 27 mai 2014
Par Smitten with Reading - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
My Review:
Oh my wow...this book was so good. I wasn't sure where it was going to go when the first scene didn't even have the main characters in it...but I worried for nothing because this book was amazing!

Seth...I challenge anyone to read this book and not feel for what Seth has gone through. Horrific doesn't even begin to cover it and he's so alone. I, like Phoebe, just wanted to hold and comfort him and definitely fell in love with his character. His struggles to simply move throughout his life every day are front and center in this book. He's working (or trying to, anyway) at a new job as a military contractor. The guys don't trust him. I thought that was an interesting twist to the story. Normally, in these military books, the brotherhood in arms are the strongest thing in the story. Not this one where none of these guys really stands beside Seth at all. They all fully believe that he's a danger to them and the mission. The circumstances of their jobs are constantly messing with his PTSD. It's painful to read. After being tortured and held captive for 15 months, he has so much self-doubt. He honestly doesn't think that he will ever be or function as a sane individual again.

But when he meets Phoebe, something about her calms him...which he so needs, because they meet when he's back in Afghanistan again. Just the sights, smells, and sounds of the country are constantly sending him into flashback mode. And that made their story that much harder to read because as a reader, I knew that it was all about to implode when he found out who she really was. That was my one tiny little beef with this story...Phoebe's past with her tabloid photography. The explanation just didn't seem quite right or enough especially when confronted with it all by Seth. I thought there just needed to be a little more to that story than the brush-off it basically received in the end. BUT that didn't affect how much I enjoyed the book at all. It was still an absolutely great read.

This is my first HORNET book, although I do own a print copy of the first book, it's still sitting in my print TBR. The HORNET group is a new team and they definitely haven't gelled yet. None of these guys appear to be without their war-wounds. Some are just more mental than others. I'm already so fascinated with several of the characters. I can't wait to read more of their stories and watching them come together more and more as a team. The characters that have already been developed are amazing and fascinating. I can't wait...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is a must read book. 27 mai 2014
Par Rachel Hamilton - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
This is Seth Harlan's story and it's fantastic. I admit to having a bit of a crush on Seth since I first read about him in Wilde Nights in Paradise. When I started this book I was beyond excited to read this wounded warriors story and it did not disappoint. Seth is a deeply hurt and scared soul who I wanted to hug and never let go of. By the end I was totally in love with him and I now have a new book boyfriend.

But I can't go past the heroine in Phoebe, I loved her. She was the perfect match for Seth. She had spunk, was feisty, dared to go where others wouldn't, was fighting for a good cause and was loyal to the people she was helping to a fault. Plus I absolutely loved the way she didn't back down from Seth and the rest of Hornet or Tuc the billionaire financing this group. Or didn't care that Seth was scared and afraid, she saw him for him.

Together they are now a favourite couple of mine. The chemistry is hot between them. Even when they were fighting the attraction that was there, it just kept getting stronger and when Phoebe would push Seth past his comfort zone she was there with him all the way. To see how she brings him out of his shell and helps to quiet his demons is heart warming.

" Why didn't he get it ? She didn't care what he looked like. It didn't matter because she wanted him. All of him. Scars and all"

This books picks up not long after Seal of Honor and the team is still adjusting and bugging the crap out of each other. It's truly fun to read. The interaction between the team members is at times hilarious. Especially when Seth finally cracks a joke. Their reaction is priceless. We also get to see parts of the storyline from Seal move forward and I can't wait to see how these will play out. Think Quinn.

This series does intertwine a bit with the Wilde Security series, but can be read as a stand alone, but if you are like me and love lots of alpha men, then do yourself a favour and read both series. You will not be sorry.

I was lucky to read this book early and now I start the interminable wait for the next book. Good thing I like to re-read, because I hear Gabe and the Wilde brothers calling me. Tonya Burrows you have me hooked and proud to be a HORNET's Wilde Honey.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good book about dealing with PTSD 30 juillet 2014
Par Jo-Anne B. - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
I love stories about military men, especially SEALs, so I couldn't wait to read this one. It's about an ex-soldier named Seth who is back home after being held captive and tortured for 18 months in Afghanistan as a POW. He can't go back to the military but has been accepted into the HORNET team which is made up of ex-military men. Most of the team is worried about him being able to handle this work since he is suffering from PTSD but the team leader has decided to give him this opportunity. The team gets a case where an American black op went wrong and a soldier is being held captive in Afghanistan.

Seth's experience is invaluable to the team in this case so he will do his best to keep focused and help with the rescue.

This mission connects him with Phoebe Leighton who had previously written a terrible article for a tabloid which put Seth in a very bad light. Seth didn't know Phoebe was the writer since she was using a different name and she is now a freelance photojournalist. Phoebe and Seth get close and she knows she has to tell Seth who she is but keeps putting it off.

The author wrote a great story that is full of action, suspense and romance. Seth's PTSD was amazingly well written and, while heartbreaking, showed the difficulties it caused for people with it. I liked the way Phoebe understood Seth and helped him accept himself as well as to understand that he was not responsible for his team's deaths. It drove me crazy the way Phoebe decided to do things the way she would have in the U.S. even though she was in Afghanistan. This caused very serious consequences.

Please note that I won this book in a giveaway.
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