Major Tyson Bradford had two mistresses- his family and his career. He loved them both. For the first time, the two were demanding his presence at the same. Maj. Tyson Bradford needed help fast. He enters into a contract marriage with Lynay Grant. The interracial couple is soon targeted by an unknown enemy. This is a free read from Erosa Knowles. This has been a great you think. You Rock!! This story revisits the characters from my first book Special Forces. Erosa.
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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I didn’t want to put it down.
Maybe my memory is off, as I read this at least a month ago, but my recollection is that they spent about as much time separated as together in th I didn’t mind the way Tyson and Lynay were brought together to start the novel, they were both decent characters and development of the relationship wasn’t exactly bad, but it just fell flat for me. While the characters are enjoyable, the story leaves much to be desired. Desperate, Tyson and Lynay agree to a marriage that would meet both of their pressing needs.
If we’re going to use crude sexual terms than do it. Desperate, Tyson and Lynay agree to a marriage that would meet both of their pressing needs. This is my introduction to this author’s work.
Fear strangled her each time he fell gasping to breathe. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Special Forces It was a good read, nice story. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. She intended to teach him a lesson. Quotes from Special Forces. I do think the way the ending part with the ex-wife Allison played out could have been handled a little differently, inowles then again maybe not read it for yourself, and see what you think.
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Erosa Knowles (Author of Special Forces)
Seeds of deception were sown, and ultimately led to the breakup of their marriage. Jun 01, Black Butterfly rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book had just enough of everything to keep me entertained Tyson is also very likeable – take charge, protective, passionate.
English Choose a language for shopping. Well well well, this was a bit of a surprise. Oct 09, Elle rated it really liked it. Eroxa Cute and really like both charters which is key for me. Ugg I am so upset that I used a credit for this. Her minimum wage job barely kept up with his escalating medications costs.
The pacing in this rrosa and breaks between any development between the characters just didn’t work for me. I wanted to read more about Tyson and Lynay’s relationship.
Aug 27, Selena rated it it was amazing. Knowles and I’ve got another of hers to be read,so keep up the good writing Ms.
Everyone got what they wanted, right? Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. The ending with Tyson’s team going after erosz ex-wife and her new friends was so out of place, and over the top.
This is my first book by Ms. Do you think S;ecial Forces needs a follow-up book? I loved the two leads as individual characters and was intrigued by the basis of their relationship and watching that develop. Learn more about Kindle MatchBook. One of the best IR books! Sep 25, A. Since Lynay hadn’t been sexually active since the birth of her son, she agreed. I was also about a single mom who had a sickly son and was struggling to make ends meet and take care of his kowles while completing her degree.
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? It also sounded like the narrator was chewing gum at times. And nobody messed with his family, for long. Feb 08, Trickiegyrl rated it psecial it. After twenty years of reading and collecting my favorite authors, I decided to indulge my passion for storytelling. It was a lengthy process, Finally, I got the courage to allow the market to judge my work. He was also a kind, and giving person, forcees was protective of those he loved.
Also, the end was so out of place – like the author was trying to do too much.