CIA Agent Aaron “Angel” Collins doesn’t take many things on faith. He trusts his gut, his eyes, and his husband, Jordan, an Army Captain. When his commanding officers deliver news of Jordan’s death, Aaron needs proof. The facts don’t add up, and Aaron must decide if he can trust Major General Troy Hart to assist in his quest to discover the truth.
Captain Jordan Collins is battered and disheartened in an Afghanistan prison, but definitely not dead, though he learns his own government believes he is. His only mission now is to stay alive and make it home to Angel, if he can find an ally among the enemy. But someone in the US government will stop at nothing to make sure he never leaves that prison, And Jordan must reevaluate the lines between friend and foe if he is ever to return to his Angel.
Aaron Collins is a CIA agent who has worked in the government long enough that he does not take much on faith. Aaron has a nickname that only the love of his life calls him, Angel. Therefore, when the Army comes to him reporting the death of his husband Jordan, Aaron wants proof, like a body. Therefore, the CIA agent does what he does best and looks in it to find an answer.
Jordan Collins is captain in the Army. He has one last mission then he is out of the Army and looking to spend more time with his husband, Angel. What happens is he get taken prisoner and with his county not looking for him because they all think he is dead makes Jordan realize that he has to save himself if he wants to go home to Angel.
Angel’s Truth is the first book in the Angel series by Liz Borino. I found this book well written. The main and secondary characters were interesting and engaging. My only issue with this book is it was not long enough and not as flushed out as I would have liked. However, I enjoyed reading this story and I wanted to know what happens next. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.
A wonderful love story involving a true test of faith that will melt your heart!
I loved the determination and strength Aaron exhibited, as everyone around him lost hope. What seems to be an act of lunacy to others is simply an act of true love. Of course, Jordan’s struggles amplified my compassion for such an amazingly loyal and courageous couple. Jordan’s need to get back to his husband alive was inspiring. The willpower to survive his horrible circumstances was matched by the bravery of a young woman risking her life to save him. Unfortunately, with powerful enemies running the show from both sides, the outcome for all involved may not be a happy one.
Please note: This is the sequel to Angel’s Hero and these books must be read in order.
“Freeze or I’ll shoot!” Aaron yelled and aimed the gun at Jordan’s chest.
“Angel, no, please.” Hacking fluid-filled coughs broke up Jordan’s words.
“Jordan?” Aaron whispered his name as recognition painted a mural of memories of their life together on his face.
“Yes.” He coughed red into his dirty hand. “Please help.”
So begins Angel’s Truth, the sequel to Angel’s Hero. Army Captain Jordan Collins arrives home, only to find the man responsible for his imprisonment, torture, and near-execution with his husband. Had his Angel moved on without him?
Aaron “Angel” Collins has driven his family and friends away in his quest to learn the truth of Jordan’s fate, leaving only Major General Troy Hart willing to help him. When Jordan miraculously returns, with a spirit more broken than his body, Aaron realizes Hart was really a liar with an agenda of his own. Aaron is unable to take time to heal his own emotional wounds, because he and Jordan learn Hart’s betrayal is even greater than they originally believed, threatening the entire nation. Now the reunited couple must race against time to keep a promise to Jordan’s savior and prevent Hart from bringing terrorism once again to American soil.
Aaron “Angel” Collins has driven his family and friends away because he has not accepted the death of his husband. The only person that has stuck by him is Major General Troy Hart. Troy is attracted to Aaron and seems to use everything he can to get Aaron to fall for him.
Aaron is surprised by the re-appearance of Jordan. He is also taken back by how broken inside and out Jordan is especially with the Court Marshall upcoming as to how he arrived home. Aaron figures out who is to blame and set off to protect not just himself but Jordan as well.
Angel’s Truth is the second book in the Angel series by Liz Borino. This book is part of a series and is best read in order to best understand the plot and characters. I found this book well written. The main and secondary characters were interesting and realistic. Overall, I loved this story. I wonder if there will be another story about these characters in the future. I hope so.
This quick read was a satisfying end to an intriguing military thriller.
Although he’s home, Jordan’s nightmares are still haunting him. As the PTSD and physical recovery takes its toll on him and Aaron, their betrayer continues his treacherous ways. They race against time, while looking over their shoulder, to stop a killer before he strikes again.
Once again, this couple displays an amazing amount of love and support for one another. I learned a few things during the erotic scenes that I was completely unaware of, and Aaron’s “sassy” side came out a little more in this installment. The story line wraps up both novels in a tragic, but wonderful manner.