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Assisting Aimee is not technically a part of the Delta Force Heroes Series, but you will see the Deltas show up in this story and take a minor role.
Aimee O’Brien has harbored a not-so-little crush on her school’s new first-grade teacher since the beginning of the year. Tall, muscled, with long hair and a beard, and a penchant for wearing silly ties to amuse his students…the man is too gorgeous for words. As the PE teacher, Aimee’s wardrobe consists of casual gym clothing not likely to catch anyone’s eye. So no one is more surprised than her when Tony makes his interest clear.
Tony Santoro’s time in the military directly influenced his new choice of career—and his choice in women. He’s looking for someone of substance, and Aimee has far more to offer than just her adorably disheveled look. He can’t wait to see what’s hiding under those sweatpants and tees—but he might have missed his chance. The very day he finally works up the nerve to ask Aimee out, is the day unspeakable violence explodes in the school.
Trapped in the gym, Aimee and Tony will have to work together to get out with their lives…and the lives of the dozens of students trapped with them.
Author Note: In this story, Aimee and Tony deal with a threat that’s all too real in today’s society; the subject matter may be too sensitive for some readers.
I enjoyed this novella, although its not long you still get a great story. Both main characters are ex military turned teacher, this comes in handy with the turn of events that happen. There's not lots of violence or sex, swearing or even much in the way of guns except towards the end. Although the event that happens is heavy and upsetting, the rest of the book is mainly boy meets girl asks her out. Though its short you don't feel cheated by the story, its one of those that if it had been longer would probably mean stretching the event out. To be honest that could have ended up getting boring and spoiling the whole thing, not to take away the serious nature of what happens in any way. I don't want to lighten that by any means, its something that happens far to often in todays society and doesn't always turn out the way this story does. Well done to Susan Stoker for giving us a great short story but not leaving us short in content.
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