Cade: SEALs of Steel Series, Book 3 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Book 3: SEALs of Steel
Cade Terence, a former SEAL, has spent the last two years physically recovering when his unit’s truck drove over an antitank landmine. Six other teammates were also badly hurt, the seventh dead, in what their team leader Badger Horley realized later had to be a trap set to take them out. The father of Laszlo, a member of his unit, was in a hit-and-run. Investigating this accident leads Cade and other members of the team on a trail with very definite connections to the original incident that nearly got him and the entire squad killed.
Faith Halladay is a commercial airline pilot. When her best friend Elizabeth is in a serious accident that leaves her in a coma and threatens to steal her life, she rushes to Norway to sit vigil at her bedside. There, she meets Cade, who asks all sorts of questions about the accident that she can’t answer. The attitude Elizabeth’s family displays when they lose hope that their daughter will survive stuns Faith, leading to a heated confrontation.
Cade’s endless questions now have her asking her own. She reconnects with him, only to discover that her relationship with Cade has put her in a killer’s sights, and the nightmare that’s become his world is now her own.
Author note: For your listening pleasure, this series must be listened to in order.
SEALs of Steel Reading Order:
- The Final Reveal
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|Listening Length||6 hours and 29 minutes|
|Narrator||Nick J. Russo|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||June 12, 2019|
|Publisher||Valley Publishing Ltd.|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #188,850 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#1,158 in Military Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#6,437 in Romantic Suspense (Audible Books & Originals)
#14,573 in Contemporary Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
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Cad’s SEAL team were all critically injured (loss of limbs, burns, lac’s, etc) & one man “Mouse” died. They’re investigating the incident as it appears someone in the military intentionally set up they’re team. This book begins where book 2 left off. The remaining team members (with the exception of Badger) have just returned to New Mexico after going to Afghanistan to review the accident site & question the locals for any witnesses.
Cade meets Faith when they meet at curbside at the airport & the team decides to share a cab with Faith. (A funny side note - I’m unsure how four really big guys, Faith & driver all fit into a cab...) 🙃
The team began discussing another team member (not with them) because his best friend had been killed by what had been assumed to be a random hit-and-run accident. They begin to question if the recent accidents involving there families & close friends were truly accidental.. Several members of the team fly to Norway because Lazlo’s father had been hit by a car while walking his dogs, but unlike the others he’d survived. End result was the team discovered that these were not accidents but intentional hits. There were side stories that almost caused confusion and I’m truly not sure in the end why they were included (my opinion only). I wasn’t really sold on the relationship between Cade & Faith. Truly it seemed to me Faith was not a necessary part of the story. Overall it’s was an entertaining read, but I felt it could use a little more tweaking.
What a wild ride this story has turned out to be! I just love the brotherhood and support Cade and the guys from his Unit have as well as the support received from other active and non-active military units. They are as close as any family can get and all have similar injuries and painful memories.
I love the empathy in this story. Faith’s best friend, Elizabeth, has suffered injuries in a horrible car accident and is in a drug induced coma so her body can hopefully heal, but her chances of survival are slim. Faith is constantly at Elizabeth’s bedside giving her encouragement to hang on.
This story has such sweet, touching moments. So many people who are suffering have a built in support group of their friends that understand their situation and their pain. It also slams you into a cold harsh reality of murder and unbelievable hate that people can feel towards one another. It’s hard and gritty in its intenseness when these men are looking for answers into the automobile related accidents that seem to be too coincidental as well as the circumstances surrounding the bombing. It also gives you hope that we all wish for someone to care enough to be at our side in support and sympathy when we would need it the most.
And there is the hot, sexy attraction between Cade and Faith that they don’t even try to deny. A fast paced, fantastic story that you can’t put down! I’m excited for book 04! Excellent job! I loved it!