Thursday, November 18, 2021

Read an Excerpt from Seth: Force Security Book 2 by Jessica McBrayer



Seth’s best friend’s dying wish is for Seth to raise his daughter.

The first Seth hears of it is when the will is read. The deeply traumatized little girl, Sylvie, is soon the center of his world. When a former nanny, now chef, agrees to help them adjust to their new lives, it doesn’t take long for him to realize that she is the woman he never thought he needed. But Seth is a top agent on a team of elite security guards. He’s one of the best but sometimes he’s too good at his job. When one of the psychopaths he’s helped put away, is paroled with a vow to kill Seth, all his special force instincts are on high alert.

How does he keep his new daughter and the woman he’s come to love, safe from a firebug who will stop at nothing to kill them all?

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"Another book by Jessica McBrayer I couldn't put down. Read it in one day. This book was awesome, All I have to say is read it, it is a definite keeper at my house."  




“Cohen,” I said as I fumbled with my phone. I squinted at the time and found it was four in the morning. Work sometimes called with an emergency, but I didn’t recognize the number.

“Mr. Seth Cohen?” a disembodied female voice asked.

“Yes, this is Seth Cohen. Can I ask who this is and why you’re calling me at four in the morning?”

“There’s been an accident. I’m sorry to tell you that Leonard Wilkes has passed away.” I sat straight up in bed. All remnants of sleep gone. Leonard Wilkes was a ghost from my past.

“Leo’s dead? What happened?” I asked.

“He and his daughter were in a car accident. He was legally drunk when he hit a streetlamp going several miles above the speed limit. He died but his daughter survived.”

“Jesus. I mean I’m so sorry. I haven’t heard from him in six years,” I said, wondering why the hell they were calling me.

“He had a habit of drinking while driving. This is the first time he was caught with his daughter in the car. Before the Department of Child Services can place the child in foster care, we reach out to relatives. Mister Wilkes had left a letter with his sister specifically stating his wishes for his daughter if he died.”


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