Title: Micah’s Promise (Delta Force – Team Panther #4)
Author: Annabella Stone
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: August 18, 2018
Genre(s): Contemporary, Action, M/M/M Ménage
Page Count: 281 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Micah Kennedy has lived with PTSD for years. He is an expert at hiding his struggles behind the quick wit and snark that is very much a part of his makeup. His need to keep a promise to a dying comrade feeds his nightmares and invades his dreams—until that promise brings him military K-9 Delta.
Hawk McKinnon has spent most of his life kicking trouble’s ass in every hotspot around the globe. Now his sniper hasn’t returned from a CIA sanctioned mission in Pakistan and all bets are off. When Hawk comes calling looking for help, Micah doesn’t hesitate and jumps at the chance to repay a debt. A mission that will set him on a path to the one thing he never knew he was looking for: love!
Creed Erikson cursed the betrayal that caused his capture and vowed vengeance on those responsible. He knew Hawk was coming for him—he never doubted it for a second—but Micah Kennedy and Delta? They threw him for a loop.
Can Micah embrace his destiny, believe in the strengths of the bond of the triad that the fates have created or will he refuse to believe that he too deserves a happily ever after?
Micah’s Promise is part of the Delta Force – Team Panther Series. While it can be read as a standalone… to ensure maximum enjoyment, it is best read in series order.
Another great book in this series. Each book just gets better and better as another little piece to the puzzle is revealed. And with each book I cannot wait for the next book to come out. This book left me wanting the next book to come out as soon as possible.
Delta Force and Team Panther are back again but this time it is Team Panther’s Team member Micah’s story. Poor Micah has PTSD and is not doing well with it. He knows that some of the nightmares are coming back to him because he is in the process of trying to get Delta, his former team member that passed away, service dog released to him from service. It has not been an easy process but Micah knows he cannot leave Delta and he will not give up until he has him. After a lot of patience, Micah has finally been able to get Delta released to him and both he and his girls are now able to start working together.
When someone Micah knows from his past seeks him out for help, Micah cannot turn down Hawk. Especially when he finds out the mission Hawk is going on is to save Hawk’s long term boyfriend Creed. What Micah does not expect is for Hawk to make some offhanded comments along the way about the three of them hooking up once they rescue Creed.
Micah never expected that to happen but the idea is definitely appealing to him. So when it does happen and feelings start to get involved between the three of them, Micah is cautious but optimistic as well.
While on their mission to save Creed, some new information that goes back to Micah’s teammates emerges as well and now no one is safe until they figure out exactly what is going on. Along the way, other things are revealed and questions are answered and more questions come to light and danger is never far from any of these men. Can Team Panther and Delta Force figure out who is good and who is not before one of their inner circle ends up dead?
This was another amazing read in this series. Each book has kept me on the edge of my seat throughout the whole read. I honestly cannot wait to get my hands on the next book as soon as it is available. Annabella Stone has done an amazing job on this series.