SEAL Undercover

SEAL Undercover

Max DiSalvo gave his entire life to the SEALs. He would have married—he certainly enjoyed women—but he never could find one who understood his dedication to the Teams, even though many of his team members married happily. It takes a certain caliber of woman to be a SEAL wife and Max just never found one that fit with him. Now, at 48, he is out of the SEALs, running his own commercial fishing company in Maine where he grew up, and waiting for his assignments from DHS.
Regan Shaw, a SEAL widow, is an Intelligence Operations Specialist with DHS, and a woman who Max is drawn to from first sight. Part of her job is analyzing information to assess threats and she’s discovered a doozy—there is a secret group of very wealthy people who, in partnership with a powerful cartel, are using the border with Mexico to smuggle terrorists from the Middle East into the country. And word has come down that a high level member of the government is clearing the way with them for everything.
The group is about to have one of its executive meetings at an exclusive resort in Texas and that’s where DHS is sending the two of them. Credentials have been arranged that would make him attractive to the group. A story has been set and there is backup for him should he need it. Regan, who has all the information on this operation, will go with him as his wife.
As they uncover more and more of the operation, they realize just how dangerous this group really is. When someone betrays them, and Regan is kidnapped, Max goes into war mode, because in Regan Shaw he’s found the woman he’s waited for all his life and he doesn’t intend to lose her now. But he will need every bit of the skills that he learned as a SEAL to rescue her and bring down this very dirty conspiracy.



Title:SEAL Undercover
Edition Language:English
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    SEAL Undercover Reviews

  • Wendy Hodges

    Full of intrigue and suspense this is a fast paced read that certainly kept me on the edge of my seat. The conclusion was a bit quick and easy after all the build up but not enough to disappoint to mu...

  • ????????

    ➸➹ 1 star ➷🔥💣I tried, I really did , but I couldn’t like this one. After reading the last book in the series I was looking forward to this one. I knew it was a different author stil...

  • CarolKat

    Some coincidences cannot be ignored and the fact that former SEAL Commander Max Di Salvo looks just like the brother and partner of recently arrested arms dealer is just one. When Silas Branson visits...

  • Gray

    SLOW UNINTERESTING STORYThis story is flat. The characters promise but never develops, they're cartoonists one facets, not even the Commander. This story would be great but is sluggish, the main theme...

  • Rosemary

    Once a seal always a seal.Max is a retired seal with a severe shoulder injury, who still helps on certain missions with this team. Having never been married like most of his team mates, and he's reall...

  • Donna Ferriola

    SEAL UndercoverThis was another amazing book in this multi author series with Max a retired SEAL finding purpose in his life after being forced to retire after a medical injury. He was running the fam...

  • Carrie S

    Seal UndercoverThis was the first book I have read by this author and it will be the only book. I don’t know if this work is indicative of her other novels, I truly hope not. I gave this book two st...

  • Laura R

    After having read most of the books in this series, I was looking forward to reading one by an author that I haven't read before. I don't often find myself wishing for more action and story developmen...

  • Melanie Marnell

    The premise for SEAL Undercover is bone chilling. But Bone Frog Command's lastest operative Max di Salvo is up to the task assigned him by Silas Branson. Not only that he get to be pretend married to ...

  • Cynthia Burtenshaw

    I really enjoyed the story, although not as good as some others in the series. What spoiled it for me was all the typos and editing errors throughout the novel.I wouldn't recommend anyone else buy it ...