She dances on the edge of lifeand death
Not all are meant to walk in the light. Marine Corps Sergeant Khat Shinwari lives among the shadows of the rocky Afghani hills, a Shadow Warrior by name and by nature. She works alone, undercover and undetecteduntil a small team of US Navy SEALs are set upon by the Talibanand Khat is forced to disobey orders to save their lives.Read more...
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She dances on the edge of lifeand death
Not all are meant to walk in the light. Marine Corps Sergeant Khat Shinwari lives among the shadows of the rocky Afghani hills, a Shadow Warrior by name and by nature. She works alone, undercover and undetecteduntil a small team of US Navy SEALs are set upon by the Talibanand Khat is forced to disobey orders to save their lives.
To go rogue.
Now, hidden deep in the hills with injured SEAL Michael Tarik in her care, Khat learns that he's more than just a sailor. In him, she sees something of herself and of what she could be. Now duty faces off against the raw, overwhelming attraction she has for Mike. And she must decide between the safety of the shadowsand risking everything by stepping into the light. "
- ISBN-13: 9780373785056
- ISBN-10: 0373785054
- Publisher: Harlequin Books
- Publish Date: February 2015
- Page Count: 384
- Dimensions: 6.5 x 4.1 x 1.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds
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