Rescuing Emily : Delta Force Heroes

  • by Susan Stoker
  • Narrated by Stella Bloom
  • Series: Delta Force Heroes
  • 6 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Renting out the apartment over his garage shouldn't be a life-changing decision, but when Delta soldier Cormac "Fletch" Fletcher meets Emily Grant, he feels an instant connection. He can't stand the thought of Emily and her young daughter living anywhere unsafe. Offering cheap rent is a small price to pay for their safety...and Fletch's peace of mind.
Being a single mother is difficult at best, but renting the extremely affordable space from Fletch makes Emily's life a lot easier...until it doesn't. Suddenly all the money she's saving thanks to Fletch's generosity is going into the hands of a blackmailer. And what little food Emily can afford goes to her daughter Annie, so the girl doesn't go to bed hungry...leaving Emily weaker and weaker.
When miscommunication has Emily assuming Fletch is in on the blackmail, he not only has to gain her trust, but also deal with a man holding a grudge against Fletch and his entire Delta Force team. A task made more difficult when the dangerous man gets his hands on Emily and Annie.
Rescuing Emily is the second book in the Delta Force Heroes Series. Each book is a stand-alone, with no cliffhanger endings.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Awesome story!!

This one held my interest till the end, not dull moment. I can't wait till the others comes out.
I really like the way Stella reads the story.
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- Gisela

Didn't Really Like This one

I've read quite a few of Susan Stokers books recently. I've enjoyed them all except this one. In fact, I returned it for a refund cause I know I'll not read it again. It took too much effort to get through it the first time.

First if all, the plot was just a little too thin for me. I won't give any spoilers but you REALLY have to suspend belief in this one. The heroine just seemed a little too weak and gullible to me. As another reviewer said, I found myself rolling my eyes at her. It seemed like she put herself through too much angst for a situation that could've easily been remedied if she'd just opened her mouth.

Also for some reason Fletch didn't seem as 'real' to me as some of the other heroes. He seemed rather generic. Sorry I can't be more specific than that. Just can't find any better word to describe him than that.

Lastly the heroine's daughter was way over the top. She was six going on 25. Again prepare to REALLY suspend belief with that one.

Anyway, between a weak, simple heroine and and the generic hero, I had a hard time feeling the chemistry between them. It just seemed rather forced to me.

Anyway, I'm not going to tell you not to read it because if you want to keep up with series, you'll want to do so. I will say that I hope you enjoyed it more than I did.
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- Grace Wilson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-04-2016
  • Publisher: Susan Stoker