Jamie Lynn Miller
Rogue Soldier (Shadow Unit Book #2)
October 21 - Bonkers About Books
But the arrival of Julian Montgomery, Shawn’s former CIA handler and lover, threatens to tear them apart. Julian knows all of Shawn's secrets as well as the past Shawn has kept hidden from Connor. Now the self-serving Julian wants Shawn back—with the CIA and with him. No one will get in his way. Including Connor.
When the joint Shadow Unit/CIA mission to stop the supplier of a deadly biological weapon goes sideways, Connor is captured, tortured, and used as a human test subject. It’s a race against time to save his life. But who can Shawn trust?
And who has gone rogue?
Jamie Lynn Miller has been writing fiction since childhood and decided to take the plunge and go pro in 2008, finding to her amazement that people truly enjoyed her love stories. She’s a romantic at heart, and her tales reflect the desire we all have to find “the one,” persevering through trials and heartache for that happy ending.
Jamie has a degree in fine arts and has spent the last twenty years working as a graphic designer, though she’d much rather be writing. She was born in Chicago and still lives there today with her husband and their two furry, four-footed children, er… cats.
If she’s not brainstorming story ideas, you can find Jamie at a sci-fi convention, in front of a furnace doing glass blowing, or on a mat twisted into a yoga pose.
Shock. Awe. Fear. Gratitude. Love. Happiness. Anger. Hope.
These are some of the emotions that ran though me as I read Rogue Soldier.
Once again we are brought into the world of Shadow Unit and what they do to help keep this country safe.
In Broken Soldier, Connor helped Shawn with his forced (and I do mean forced) drug addiction. Now it’s Shawn’s turn to help Connor through something that threatens to tear him apart.
If there existed an organization like Shadow Unit, I hope they’re manned with soldiers like Connor, Shawn, Mandy, Cloe, Liam (you’ll have to read the book to find out who he is), and MacDonald.
One of the things I like about Rogue Soldier is that you don’t have to read Broken Soldier to understand the very realistic plot that is Rogue Soldier and its incredible characters. Important points from Broken Soldier are covered in a way that provides the readers with enough background information without it taking up a lot of Rogue Soldier. As I said, you don’t have to read Broken Soldier, but readers will have a fuller and more pleasurable reading experience.
Both of these books deserve to be on your eBook reading device and on your bookshelf. Read them. You won’t be disappointed.
On a scale of 1 to 5 I give it a solid 5.
I hope we get to read more about the heroes of Shadow Unit: Shawn, Finn, Chloe, Mandy, Liam, and yes, even MacDonald.