Me in nine words.
A guy addicted to pushing words around on paper.
Over the course of three missions, former Navy SEAL partners Shelby Ryder and Earl Bernstein have been hoodwinked and hung out to dry by the government they swore to defend. With their trust in the system fading fast, the Kansas farm girl and Chicago hypochondriac find themselves called back to duty by the very president who de-SEALed them in the first place. His seven-year-old nephew is missing, and intel indicates the kidnappers are holding the boy somewhere deep in the million-plus acres of the Florida Everglades.
Undaunted by devastating heat, alligators, and a three-hundred-pound, one-eyed bartender determined to make Earl her boy-toy, the intrepid pair battle the clock to find the missing child. But when the new intel they’re getting from the White House proves downright misleading, and they narrowly escape a Coast Guard airboat that opens fire on them, Shelby and Earl wonder if they're being played. Again.
The president and government are supposed to be the good guys, right?
It’s de-SEALed Navy SEAL partners Shelby Ryder and Earl Bernstein’s third mission, second opportunity to be re-SEALed and first chance to do something right. Oh, they’ve been in trouble with the government before, but this time if they fail, they’ll face a firing squad.
The mission is simple enough. A key ally of the president of the United States has been murdered by the Dark Cowboy, a mysterious figure holed up in the Arizona mountains, and the president gives Shelby and Earl a deadline to bring him back to Washington dead or alive.
So, off the dedicated, if somewhat trigger-happy, pair venture into the sun-scorched, spooky Superstition Mountains, where they encounter dehydration, ghosts and just about everything but the Dark Cowboy. Now with time running out and the firing squad imminent, they realize they’ll have to use more than their weaponry to complete the mission. They’ll have to rely on their wits.
In other words, things don't look good.
What readers are saying about Yippee Ki Yay-A-Navy:
‘One helluva good time’—Deb H.
‘They’re so trigger-happy, determined and hilarious’—Jerri
‘Delightful chaos…entertaining.’—Mindy H
‘ONE RIP ROARING EXPERIENCE!!! Dazzling!’—Kaye
‘the best book in the series’—Laniann
‘I thoroughly enjoyed this read. I can’t imagine how their power to make any situation worse will manifest next…’—Cynthiareads
‘fun and fabulous…They struck a blow for truth, democracy and medical marijuana.’—Molly G. Hamblin
Okay, after writing, I would have to say I am a golf nut. Here I am on the course getting lucky!
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