Thursday, 17 July 2014
Angel's Hero (Angel #1) by Liz Borino
CIA Agent Aaron “Angel” Collins doesn’t take many things on faith. He trusts his gut, his eyes, and his husband, Jordan, an Army Captain. When his commanding officers deliver news of Jordan’s death, Aaron needs proof. The facts don’t add up, and Aaron must decide if he can trust Major General Troy Hart to assist in his quest to discover the truth.
Captain Jordan Collins is battered and disheartened in an Afghanistan prison, but definitely not dead, though he learns his own government believes he is. His only mission now is to stay alive and make it home to Angel, if he can find an ally among the enemy. But someone in the US government will stop at nothing to make sure he never leaves that prison, And Jordan must re-evaluate the lines between friend and foe if he is ever to return to his Angel.
I was asked to review this amazing book from Netgalley. It starts off with 2 men who are husband and husband. 1 is a CIA agent and the other is a Army Captain.
Jordan Collins is an Army Captain that is sent away to Afghanistan for his last deployment, where he is supposedly killed in a fire at a prison camp, whilst his husband Aaron 'Angel' Collins who is a CIA agent is left at home and not believing that Jordan is dead without a body. The story goes back and forth between the past 11 years (not every year lol) that they had been together. Someone is trying to split the boys up. Troy Hart is the Major General and he is trying to maneuver on to Aaron. Has Major General Troy got something to hide? All will be revealed in Angel's Hero.