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Hero: The Assignment


Special Forces soldier, Haze Welch, is military born and raised. Serving the country is what the Welch men do, and all Haze has ever wanted.

But during a 18-month tour overseas, his world shatters in an instant. Haze gets injured and is not able to return to active duty.

Unable to face the thought of spending the rest of his life behind a desk, he accepts a job offer as a personal bodyguard in Los Angeles for the flighty heiress Leighton Machus.

 After all, one spoiled little girl would be a piece of cake compared to everything else I’ve been through, right?

Little does Haze Welch know, he’s about to get a rude awakening.

Don’t miss HERO: The Assignment, MS Parker’s first military romance.

REVIEWS


Can’t wait for the next chapter is this story, once you start this one make sure you have the time to finish it. You won’t want to put it down!

BlueEyes, Amazon.com

I absolutely loved this book.

Kol79, Amazon.com

This is a great first book in this new series. I loved every minute!

Sheri, Amazon.com

EXCERPT


Leighton

Everything was wrong, and I wanted to blame Ricky. He was flirting with a woman who kept trying to tug down the hem of her white dress. The cheap scrap of fabric was too tight, and it kept slipping further up her thighs every time she shifted on her too-high heels. She didn’t belong here. Probably some farm girl transplant trying to make it as a model or actress or whatever else people came to LA to do. Too bad.

I checked my reflection in the full wall window of the LA Hills mansion. The short beaded fringe on my designer dress brushed the tops of my thighs just the way I liked it, showing off my slender legs. The narrow chevron pattern of the dress accentuated the tight silhouette, and the dark colors drew attention to my flame red curls. My hair had always drawn enough attention in and of itself, but the newest addition of black streaks added even more. Ricky hated the black, said it made me look damaged. I was just happy it pissed off my grandfather.

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