He thought it would be a simple rescue mission.
He was wrong.
Days after preventing a sarin gas attack on the nation’s capital, CIA operative, Titus Ray, arrives in Santiago de Cuba on a mission to rescue fellow operative, Ben Mitchell, from the hands of the Los Zetas drug cartel.
It wasn’t simple . . .
After discovering Ben’s abduction was more than a simple kidnapping, Titus joins forces with an unconventional operative whose peculiar ideas threaten to destroy the mission. As the search for Ben reaches a critical stage, Titus is suddenly called back to Langley.
It wasn’t a rescue. . .
When he arrives back in the States, not only does he learn his mission has changed, he also learns he has a rival for Nikki Saxon’s affections. Now, he must make a decision about their relationship. Do they have a future together, or would she be better off without him?
It wasn’t a mission . . .
With Ben’s life in imminent danger, Titus decides to risk everything–his career at the Agency, his future with Nikki Saxon, even his own life–in order to bring Ben Mitchell home.
It wasn’t a rescue mission. It was much more.
More about his survival. More about his faith. More about himself.