About the Book
Former Navy SEAL Hamilton Jones thought that the love of his life was dead. But when a girl claiming to be his daughter shows up with a dire message from his wife, Ham knows he will stop at nothing to find her and bring her home.
Kidnapped by rebels while serving as an interpreter in Ukraine, Signe Kincaid has spent the past decade secreting out valuable information about Russian assets in the US to her CIA handler. Fearing for her daughter after being discovered as an operative, Signe sends her to Ham for safekeeping. She’s ready to give her life for her country, and she can hardly expect Ham to rescue her after breaking his heart over and over.
When Ham discovers the reason Signe has kept her distance, he must choose between love for his wife and love for the nation he has vowed to protect. Will he save the many? Or the few?
USA Today bestselling author Susan May Warren takes you on a global search and rescue mission where the stakes are higher than ever in this final installment of her popular series.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
In a series titled Global Search and Rescue, you better believe the stakes are high and lives are in danger through a good portion of the book. And in The Price of Valor, Susan May Warren wraps up her series by tying together the SAR team with many of the characters from her previous Montana Marshalls series (and there are a couple names fans of Warren will recognize from her Montana Rescue series).
Intrigue, espionage, and danger are juxtaposed with romances and relationships. Warren is a master at layering her stories through multiple books. And while Ham is an ex-SEAL and protector of people he cares about, he’s also got a sympathetic nature to him that makes him even more likable.
This is a series you should read from book one so you can keep up with everything. A good portion of Ham’s story is disclosed in The Heart of a Hero. The conclusion of The Price of Valor brings everything to a long-awaited discovery and resolution for the teams that have been chasing down the truth through several books.
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