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"Gritty, powerhouse novel...a roller-coaster ride of non-stop action." -- Merline Lovelace, USA Today Bestselling Author

From the Author

This is a new edition of the previously titled The Protector, edited with cut scenes. I received my rights back and wanted to use all my original titles for my SEAL series.
PROTECTOR
HUNTER
SLEEPER (previously titled by publisher as Sleeping With The Agent)
(Her Secret) PIRATE (a SHORT story that is in an anthology titled SEAL of my Dreams)
WARRIOR (2014)

Please note that there are hot buttons for certain readers in this story. Illegal drugs and women trafficking issues, tied in with illegal weapon sales. War stuff. You know, things military men get into overseas. For this series, I researched a lot of World Health Organization reports and interviews of captured women and children and I wanted to help bring awareness of this heartbreaking and inhumane subject.

There are many non-profit organizations who are fighting this ongoing "war," such as Coalition Against Trafficking In Women, EXPAT and Deborah's Gate. These are my issues. In between all the humor and sexiness of my romances, these dark topics are always foremost on my mind, and thus, could be upsetting to those who want a lighter read. But in all things, there is always light. Love. Hope. And that's why I love writing military romantic suspense.

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  • File Size: 2637 KB
  • Print Length: 373 pages
  • Publisher: GLOW World; 2 edition (June 24, 2012)
  • Publication Date: June 24, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008EFMN8K
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NYT and USAToday Bestselling and award-winning author, Gennita Low, writes sexy military and techno spy-fi romance. She also co-owns a roof construction business and knows 600 ways to kill with roofing tools as well as yell at her workers in five languages. A three-time Golden Heart finalist, her first book, Into Danger, about a SEAL out-of-water, won the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award for Best Romantic Intrigue. Besides her love for SEALs, she works with an Airborne Ranger who taught her all about mental toughness and physical endurance. Gennita lives with her mutant poms and one chubby squirrel.

Read about red-hot navy SEALs and spy agencies whose deadly operatives kill and love with passion and humor! To learn more about Gennita, visit www.Gennita-Low.com, www.rooferauthor.blogspot.com and www.facebook.com/gennita

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199 of 227 people found the following review helpful By kphopp on May 8, 2007
Format: Mass Market Paperback
It's perhaps unfortunate that this book's turn came up at the same time my tolerance for sloppy publishing came to an end. Yes, I've read worse books, but have only now become fed-up enough to rant.

I read a short synopsis of this book and too quickly clicked the buy button- eager to lose myself in a good romantic-suspense series. I remembered my enthusiasm when I finished my first books by Cindy Gerard and Suzanne Brockmann. I ran-didn't walk (or maybe I skipped)- to get to the rest of their books. I hoped to have another 'find' with Gennita Low.

The premise of 'The Protector' was promising enough- hell, just say Navy SEAL and anything seems promising enough. But when I found myself again and again tripping through inconsistencies, typos and poor grammar, the promise became a simple, frustrated determination to just finish the damn thing so I could justify buying it. There were some other problems, too. Though they had a hot first love scene (believe me, you wait long enough for it) I otherwise didn't care about the lead characters. She is ridiculously reticent and nearly humorless and he is inexplicably whipped from the beginning. Also, there's a pretty depressing subject matter that darkens the story a wee too much for me.

At any rate, these last two complaints are subjective and wouldn't have warranted this entry. Here's my real beef. It's not with Ms. Low (whose work is still above some others in the genre) but with the publisher. Was there even an editor assigned to this manuscript? Or a proofreader? For example, the author repeatedly uses incorrect verb tense which, more annoyingly than a simpler grammar error, can change the explanation/direction, etc. of the story line if you're not reading carefully enough.
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Mkhmn VINE VOICE on November 18, 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Gennita Low turns from CIA/espionage stuff to SEAL action adventure in her new book, The Protector.

The story line is different, though, from the usual SEAL plots. This one is set in Southeast Asia, with a half-Asian heroine.

Cajun-yummy Navy SEAL Jazz Zeringue finds himself in hot water when he tries to rescue a young girl from prostituting herself. Mistaken by Interpol as someone trying to take advantage of a child, he's taken into custody.

Vivi Verreau, the Interpol liaison, believes Jazz to be innocent and sets him free. Things get interesting when Jazz realizes that Vivi isn't just working for Interpol, but is also a GEM operative who will be working closely with his team.

It's fun to see the testosterone fly when eight SEALs are told they have to follow a woman's orders! Gennita Low's male dialogue seems very true to life and at times very amusing.

I really enjoyed the "guy" camaraderie in her story and it's fun to be reunited with Hawk (yum-yum), Cucumber, Dirk and Mink again, as well as several other members of the SEAL team.

If you've enjoyed Ms. Low's other books, I guarantee you won't be disappointed with this one.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By AK on January 3, 2005
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Trying to save a woman child from at least a night or two of depravity, Jazz gets arrested, only to be saved by Vivi Verreau, a woman with more than one face and many secrets, ones Jazz is determined to learn. This is how he and his men find themselves recruited into Vivi's covert operation to stop a drug cartel in Asia and how Jazz finds himself falling in love with a lady as dangerous as he is.

**** Prepare to board a roller coaster when you start this book. Action and adventure pause only long enough to raise your blood pressure in other ways. Ms. Low is rapidly proving herself a force to be reckoned with in romantic suspense. ****
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jessica, a romance reader on November 17, 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book is awesome!! Another winner from Ms. Low who just keeps getting better and better.

Jazz Zeringue, Navy SEAL, is put behind bars for an act of kindness. A mysterious stranger, Vivi Verreau, comes to his rescue. Sparks fly from them moment these two meet.

Jazz wants to know more about the woman behind the Interpol liaison but he first has to gain Vivi's trust and Vivi has to see the man beyond the warrior in the uniform.

This book is a roller coaster ride. I just can't praise it enough. Anyone who likes romantic suspense with a Navy SEAL hero and a sympathetic heroine will love it, too!

I really anxious to read her next book - it will be Hawk's story. We've seen Hawk in at least two of her books (Into Danger and The Protector) and I can tell his story is going to be AWESOME!!
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By amawar on March 24, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Luckily I didn't pay for this book and I feel sorry for anyone that has, I read it solely on the reviews who at the time were all rave at how well written it was.. The book has a good basis and had the potential to be great, unfortunately the lack of editing for grammar and military operations and terminology made this book awful. Doing even a little research would have given her the terms used by military men. Yes, SEALs are unconventional but this book shows someone that has absolutely no knowledge of the military. The amount of side stories was also tedious, this one book could easily have been turned into the or four books. Sorry but please don't waste your money on this book, this author is nothing like Susanne Brockmann who she is compared to, they aren't even in the same universe.
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