Tuesday, June 21, 2016

New Release from Bethany Maines

by Bethany Maines

Today is the release date for my new novella – Wild Waters!!  This is my first time doing true romance (sex scenes – eep!) and I’m very excited for everyone to get a chance to read it!

Purchase Wild Waters at:


Or enter to win a free copy on my website:

WILD WATERS (with Sienna Lance)
His duty. Her secrets. The mission that brings them together will tear them apart.
In the steamy jungle of 1960’s era Vietnam, when a team of Navy SEALs are brought together with a pair of reporters, no one is prepared for the explosive secrets their encounter will reveal. Lt. Ben Kolley, former WWII frogman, leads one of the first teams of Navy SEALs in 1968 Vietnam. His wild pack of soldiers  have earned their reputations as “green ghosts” on the Mekong River and none is more elusive than Catch, the point-man with an uncanny sense of the water. The reporters, a bumbling drunken writer, and Kahele, a female photographer with a sharp mind, dark eyes, and an even darker secret are the first allowed to interview a SEAL team and both are intent on nailing their assignment. But neither Kahele or Catch are prepared to discover an attraction for each other that’s like nothing they’ve ever experienced. Soon, Catch is breaking all the rules to be with her, and Kahele finds herself entangled by a passion she’s never felt before.  But for Ben, Kahele dredges up horrifying memories of an old mission – one where not all of his team returned. Can Kahele be trusted or is she the monster Ben fears? The clock is ticking, and soon all their lives may depend on Ben’s decisions.  SEALs believe they can survive anything, but can they survive the truth?

***

Bethany Maines is the author of the Carrie Mae Mysteries, Tales from the City of Destiny and An Unseen Current.  You can also view the Carrie Mae youtube video or catch up with her on Twitter and Facebook.


2 comments:

  1. This is a fascinating book and was nothing like I expected. And wow, what a great twist that I didn't expect, even though it was hinted at.

    ReplyDelete
  2. This looks very interesting. I like stories about the sixties, when I grew up. I remember some of the furor around the war, hippies, free love, and all that. I'll have to get my copy!

    ReplyDelete