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Mar 21

New Release Review: Fragmented (Section 8 #3) by Stephanie Tyler


From New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Tyler, the Section 8 series continues...


When Dr. Drea Timmons was kidnapped during Section 8’s last mission, Jem did everything in his power to rescue the woman he’d fallen for—a woman unwillingly recruited for one of S8’s most personal and dangerous covert operations. Drea survived, but at a price. The trauma of her capture has rendered her without a single memory of her ordeal—or any recollection of how violently unpredictable her ex-boyfriend, Danny, an Outlaw Angel, had become, or why she had left him.


When Danny threatens to turn Drea over to the feds, she is forced to go on the run and confront a past that is as deadly as her future. As trouble closes in on both ends, Drea has no choice but to trust Jem, the only man who can help her, the only man whose electrifying touch brings back memories—piece by piece—too stirring to forget. 

My Review:

Dr. Drea Timmons is forced to go on the run and confront a past that is as deadly as her future and with trouble closing in on both ends she has no choice but to trust the Section 8 team and Jem in particular in this thrilling romantic suspense. Like I said lots of excitement going on in this thrilling and complex romance that grabs readers attention from the very beginning with strong compelling characters that capture the heart of the readers and ensure that they want to know more and the fact that they all have a past that unites them adds lots of depth and spice to the story.  I was completely caught up from the very beginning and I can’t wait to read the next exciting Section 8 mission.


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Purchase Links:

A: http://www.amazon.com/dp/0451413512/?tag=wwwstephani0d-20

Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KWG65YM/?tag=wwwstephani0d-20

B&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/fragmented-stephanie-tyler/11198881...

Nook: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/fragmented-stephanie-tyler/11198881...

BD: http://www.bookdepository.com/Fragmented-Stephanie-Tyler/9780451413512

i: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/fragmented/id888001904?mt=11

g: https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Stephanie_Tyler_Fragmen...

K: http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/fragmented-2

ARe: https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-fragmented-1672265-237.html

Signet, January 6 2015, 400 pages, ebook & print


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For former Navy SEAL Dare O’Rourke, Section 8 was legendary. The son of one of its missing members, he grew up in the shadow of its secrets. All he knew was that it was a cabal of operatives discharged from branches of the military and reassigned to extremely dangerous, off- the-books international missions. And that their handler was as shrouded in mystery as the missions themselves.


Now the handler of Section 8 has given orders to kill any remaining members, along with their families. Dare must save his long-lost half sister, Avery, whom he was never meant to meet. Determined to fight for their lives and find their missing father, Dare and Avery bring together for one last mission those who are in danger because of their relationship to Section 8—to avenge their families and to survive

About Stephanie Tyler

Hi – I’m Stephanie Tyler – and I was born a writer – there’s no other way to say it. When I tell people things, it’s in story form. I use dialogue tags in emails. I carry a notebook with me all the time, even to dinner with friends. They ask me if I’m planning on writing if they bore me and I tell them, maybe.

I also don’t really like to be told what to do, which is why I adore writing. Even though the characters tell me what they’d like to do (and, most of the time, I listen) - and eventually, my editor tells me what she’d like done (and again, most of the time, I listen) I still rule my created world for those four hundred plus pages. And, when i¨t’s done, I get to do it all over again.

So writing for a living was absolutely my dream, but I never thought it could be a reality.

In college, I was a double major – English Lit and Creative Writing. I wrote poetry and short stories and then I graduated and had no idea how to make a living from writing.

For a long time I did things that circled around the writing world. I was a manager in a bookstore. I went back to school for a Masters in English Lit – and finished half a PhD as well, while completing a Masters in Secondary English Education (there’s that only child, overachiever thing. Add to it a strong dose of impatience and a sense of, I must do it all, at once, and you’ll understand.) And then I taught – middle school and college, at the same time, which was fun. Except I wasn’t writing. I was too busy being creative for my students and had nothing left over for myself.

I also got married – traveled to Africa a couple of times and decided that one day I must live there. And then my daughter was born in 2001 with some serious medical problems and my world changed completely. I left teaching. And I went back to writing and I haven’t stopped since.

It took me about four years and ten manuscripts before I got my first sale call. Which was quickly followed by another, and then another, and so in one year, I was offered contracts for eleven books. Three years later, Hold on Tight hit the New York Times Bestseller list. Persistence pays off – as does practice. And so what I’ve learned is that, even if you try to give up on your dreams, they somehow have a way of finding you.

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