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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Get Ready To Meet the Heroes of AFSOC

I feel like I've been waiting for this forever, but on Monday Deadly Descent is finally "out" in the world. I'm so excited for you all to meet Air Force Tech Sgt Cam Munro, my delicious PJ hero. I cannot tell you how much I admire and respect these men and what they do.

Blurb: Devon Crawford is an officer; Air Force Pararescueman Cam Munro is enlisted. Dev flies medical evacuations; Cam jumps into danger zones to save lives. Dev wants to return home from Afghanistan with her heart untouched; Cam will do anything to win the woman he loves.

Reaching for happiness in a war zone is the last thing Captain Devon Crawford plans, but she can't ignore the feelings she's hidden for so long. Cam's sexy charm and wicked kisses weaken her resistance, but she's too afraid of losing him to give in.

When Dev's helicopter and crew are shot down and set up as bait by a notorious warlord, Cam risks all to save the team. What he doesn't know is that the trap is set for him.

This week is nuts for me (in a good way), so here's a list of places and dates where you can find me if you'd like to try and win a copy of Deadly Descent.

Monday, September 5th: Fresh Fiction
Tuesday, September 6th: Carina Press blog, SOS Aloha blog
Wednesday, September 7th: Smexy Books, Writers Gone Wild
Friday, September 9th: Cynthia Eden's blog
Monday, September 12th: Book Lovers Inc.

Whew! That's a lot, huh? Plus both my kids are starting school Tuesday, and I have another set of edits due back by the end of next week.

I hope you'll enjoy Cam and Dev's story. PJs truly are amazing. They live and die by their motto "That Others May Live", and deserve our respect and our gratitude.


3 comments:

Stella (Ex Libris) said...

Kaylea I just discovered you through Deadly Descent which I LOVED! Thank you very much for introducting me to military novels I loved learning (and researching) about the different army divisions and what they do. Can't wait to read the remaining of your backlist books!

ps: and when will we get to see Book #2 in the Bagram Special Ops series?

Thank you once again for telling me about PJs, they truly are amazing! :-)

Stella
www.stella-exlibris.com

Kaylea Cross said...

Hi, Stella! I'm so glad you liked the book. It's really important to me to try and get the military details right. I probably won't ever get it exactly right, but I try hard to make it plausible and love to put little nuggets of what I've learned into my stories. (Yes, I'm a military geek!) I have such a crush on all PJs now. They're so selfless and heroic.

I'm working on book 2 right now, featuring Ryan and Ace. I'm having a tough time figuring out how to make their relationship work because of the no fraternization rule. Back to the grindstone!

Stella (Ex Libris) said...

Thank you Kaylea, and yes, it is definitely obvious that you don't make up the military setting but try to make it as close to the truth as your plot would allow it. :-) Good luck with Book #2, can't wait to read it!! :-D