S.E.A.L. Team Omega: Flames of Betrayal

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Rated 4.50/5 based on 6 reviews
After S.E.A.L. Team Omega's First Platoon are left for dead, it is soon discovered there's more behind the plot than simple revenge.
Treachery deep inside Navy Intel and a threat from much darker foes could mean the end of the team as Commander Ethan Tremayne fights to learn who his foes are and also keep not only his team safe but also someone much closer to him!
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Words: 62,960
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452326153
About Sierra Rose

I was born in 1974 in the Eastern Ohio Valley town of Martins Ferry where I lived until I was five then we moved to a very rural town in the same area. I’m the youngest of four children of a mill worker and a housewife but have 15 years between me and my closest sibling. I grew up with a vivid imagination, which seems to have become active at age four.
Having an imagination and a passion for reading, inventing little worlds and stories in my head seems natural. I began writing for fun mainly to survive reports I was making while being home schooled (illnesses kept me out so the school sent a teacher) and I wrote the most colorful but accurate history reports they’d seen. My passion for writing original pieces came at high school and I still have novels on paper to prove the start of this career.
I’m a 1993 graduate of Buckeye Local High School and still live in the same house I grew up in with my family of my mother and brother, plus three spoiled cats and a semi-fierce Beagle who likes to think he’s a Pit-Bull.
I still enjoy writing stories for fun that I can’t do anything with while I take a break from my original works. I mainly write action/adventure so my series of Celtic Evil, which is a paranormal romantic suspense series, is a slight break for me. I used to write poetry but can only do that in times of stress or deep emotional crisis.
I enjoy writing for the sake of telling a story. I write for myself and for others who enjoy the act of reading a good story. I hope to be able to tell many of those.

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Review by: Barbara Renczkowski on May 28, 2012 :
It's a good thing the author gives you a brief on the main characters right in the beginning of the book. There is a lot going on with a lot of characters in this action packed book. If I didn't have the brief I would have been lost. This was the first book I've read from the author so I wasn't expecting anything. Basically the book was good. Some of the parts where unbelievable especially with Cassidy getting rape so many times and bouncing right back to her duty but I still enjoyed the book. I read for enjoyment and don't dissect every little bit of a book. To me this was a good read even if I did get confused on all the character once in awhile when first or last names were use. But I liked the concept, the main characters, and the romance. I will read the sequel and also her other genre.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Daniel Schorsch on March 28, 2011 :
Good insigts and descriptions of the SEALS although the plot was a stretched things a little.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Daniel Schorsch on March 28, 2011 :
Good insigts and descriptions of the SEALS although the plot was a stretched things a little.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Health Colonel Publishing on March 24, 2010 :
Action packed with great storyline

As a retired Lt. Col. I always enjoy a book with an action packed military mission, whether fiction or nonfiction. The author of S.E.A.L. Team Omega did not disappoint. An action packed story filled with great dialogue. Definitely worth the read. Can't wait for the next book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Christy Leigh Stewart on Feb. 06, 2010 :
Rose approaches every aspect of this book with full force; forming realistic characters that face heavy issues that other authors either avoid or gloss over, but also giving the military-esque setting so much depth while still not alienating readers who have no knowledge of such things past the GI Joe cartoon (me).

As engrossing as the plot was, this book is very character driven, something that I always love, and Rose's bravery in details and the characters's depth and likeability makes this one of the books you'll compare others to when they fall short of being real.

I’m a little jaded when it comes to romance *cough* but this book...Well, in Whoville they say that the Christy's small heart grew three sizes that day.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Alison Pensy on Feb. 06, 2010 :
Sierra created a story that keeps you on your toes. I instantly connected with her main character, Cassidy and was really rooting for her throughout the whole book. She went through a pretty harrowing ordeal and I think Sierra did a good job when writing about the situation. I liked the way that she was portrayed as this really strong force to be reckoned with, when just under the surface she was a frightened and vulnerable woman.

I found that you really had to concentrate when reading this book because there was so much going on it would be easy to lose track. There are a plethora of characters, actually so many that I found myself concentrating on only a few of them as I couldn’t keep track of the others and they just became incidentals in my mind.

I don’t know if Sierra has personal experience with this sector of the military but to me, someone who knows nothing about it, she created a very believable world. The one thing I appreciated was the fact that she didn’t use a lot of foul language, which so often goes hand in hand with this type of story and the way it was written it certainly didn’t feel like it was missing anything without a lot of swearing.

Overall this is a fast paced, action packed story that has twists and turns all over the place. An enjoyable read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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