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Anything to win the woman he lovesReaching for happiness in a war zone is the last thing Captain Devon Crawford plans but she can't ignore the feelings she's hidden for so long Cam's sexy charm and wicked kisses weaken her resist Having always come across rave reviews of books by Kaylea Cross I was than prepared to delve into a story which I knew would hit all the right spots And I am glad to report back that it certainly did hit all the right spots and then some with my very first Kaylea Cross which turned out to be the first book in her Bagram Special Ops series which hit the stands on the 5th of this monthCaptain and pilot commander Devon Crawford known as Spike amongst her friends and team mates faces the biggest dilemma of her life when she finds herself yearning for her boyfriend Ty's bestfriend Cam Munro From the first moment she had laid eyes on Cam she had felt unsettled and the guilt of it all makes her pretty uneasy around his company though Cam had become one of her closest and trusted friends over timeTechnical Sergeant Cam Munro is a pararescueman in the US Airforce When his best friend Ty gets killed in active duty in the mountains of Afghanistan it is Devon who takes his death the hardest not because she grieves for the man she loved but rather because she feels the guilt that is associated with her feelings towards CamThough Cam respects Devon's need to distance herself from him Cam is playing for keeps and is not willing to go down without a fight to win the love of the woman who means everything to him But with the strict military rules that prevent members of its forces from fraternizing coupled together with Devon's need to work through her muddled feelings at her own pace Cam who is patience personified finds himself tested severely as slow torturous inch by inch Devon starts to respond to the depth of need that Cam doesn't want to hide any longerWith heady adventure and military jargon that I found myself lost in sometimes Deadly Descent is a novel that is as realistic as they come in depicting the different sides involved in the war on terror that jumpstarted with the 911 attacks on the US soilKaylea Cross's voice and prose is certainly an addictive one easy to lose onself in though I sometimes wished for a glossary of certain terms used in the story For someone who hails from a small country where the need for a super active military is at a minimum I found myself a bit lost at times But then again the adventure aspect of the novel is fast paced which makes it hard not to bite your nails in apprehension wondering what would happen next and how and why a certain mad man is hell bent on getting his revenge and vengeance by killing Cam and and Devon amidst the the warlord's agenda which is a bone chilling oneKaylea Cross has certainly done her homework on the aspects of the Islamic religion that is discussed in the novel and that earns a lot of respect from myself as a muslim The fact that Kaylea explores the impact of a war that seems to make lesser sense as the casualities on both sides seems to grow sat well with me as I delved deeper into the storyThe way Kaylea puts forth her characters is one reason that makes Deadly Descent so readable Even the villains are muti faceted not just a character created for namesake but rather a character that makes ones hairs stand at end because yes the vicious and practical plan that he has in order to bring the US forces to its knees is a deceptively simple and a chilling one at the same timeThat brings me to Cam's character who is so darn yummylicious in his own right Laid back yes he is but once he sets his eyes on Devon and wows to make her his there is no stopping him from staking his claim and wooing her all at the same time My disappointment because there wasn't much romance towards the latter part of the book was totally forgotten from the moment Cam and Devon lights up the sheets and practically left me breathless throughout the encounter Kaylea definitely knows what she is doing with her ultra yummy alpha heroes and the military plus the adventure aspects of the novel which makes it a winner all aroundMomentous Scenes The first time Cam confronts Devon about their feelings towards each other Such an emotion invoking scene The helicopter crash scene Utterly horrifying because it was so darn realistic The sexual tension between Cam and Devon throughout the novel Definitely the toe curling variety right thereMy uotes included below the review Rating455 Original review posted on MBR's Realm of Romance

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Deadly Descent Bagram Special Ops #1Ance but she's too afraid of losing him to give inWhen Dev's helicopter and crew are shot down and set up as bait by a notorious warlord Cam risks all to save the team What he doesn't know is that the trap is set for him83000 wor A very good romantic military suspense My only complaint is it's a little light on romance Other then that I really liked it Looking forward to reading the next book in the series

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Deadly Descent Bagram Special Ops #1 Book é 192 pages Download ✓ Devon Crawford is an officer; Air Force Pararescueman Cam Munro is enlisted Dev flies medical evacuations; Cam jumps into danger zones to save lives Dev wants to return home from Afghanistan with her heart untouched; Cam will do anything to win the woDevon Crawford is an officer; Air Force Pararescueman Cam Munro is enlisted Dev flies medical evacuations; Cam jumps into danger zones to save lives Dev wants to return home from Afghanistan with her heart untouched; Cam will do Love is like war; easy to begin but very hard to stop by Henry Louis Mencken Tech Sergeant Cameron Munro is an US Air Force pararescue jumper the best trained search and rescue teams in the US military Their motto That Others May Live – says it all They are highly trained to save lives and on the other hand PJ's also know how to kill if necessaryCaptain Devon 'Spike' Crawford Black Hawk helicopter pilot commander flies medevac missions She has to deal with guilt issues after the death of her 'boyfriend' Ty on a mission in Afghanistan Ty was also a PJ Dev and Ty dated only for a few weeks before he deployed She cared a lot for him but she wasn't really in love with Ty They had fun together but nothing really serious And then Dev met Ty's friend Cam Munro Dev realized that she felt much drawn to him than she was to Ty However there's this problemboth their careers could be in jeopardy if they're caught in a relationship since Dev is an officer and Cam is enlisted When they both end up stationed at the same base in Bagram Afghanistan things start to move and the sparks are flying between Cam and Dev And they are falling for each other uite hardCam is a gorgeous alpha male hero He's tough hot sweet and tender all at the same time He's a protector and throughout this book his first priority is Dev and her well being and safety This being said Dev could hold her own though and I really appreciated to read about a strong and brave heroineThe women in Deadly Descent know how to kick ass Loved them all and I know that the next book in the Bagram Spec Ops series is about Ryan and Candace 'Ace' I really liked their banter and I'm already on pins and needles to read their storyI'm not a military expert therefore I cannot say if the operations in this story are authentic But it certainly reads realistically and since Kaylea is such a Spec Ops addict it goes without saying that she did a great job with the research for her new series As it was I especially loved the main and very long action part of Deadly Descent It was simply outstanding and I believe the book title fit perfectly The action and tension kept me on my toes that's for sure Also war is not pretty so please be prepared for some gory scenesSubsidiary censureCam and Devon's romance could have been developed Though I have to assume that it was difficult to fully develop their relationshipromance because of the length of this book Hence I think the book should have been longer Devon said once I admire the hell out of all of you Very true and I can't say it any better Every enlisted manwoman deserves our appreciation