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What stood out the most to me was that some of the families had their reasons for wanting their boy to stay put, either to help out in the family business or to put down roots, but those men didn't train so hard and dedicate their lives to their country for so long only to throw in the towel at the first sign of trouble. Even though each of them had a good reason to want to flee from home, at the core, they still believed in honor, commitment and seeking justice for others and for themselves. I think it will be interesting to read about their search for the alleged traitor and finding out what types of women will snag these honorable soldiers and soothe their tortured souls.
However, and this will depend on a reader's personal preference, I usually enjoy discovering a hero's present and past as the story moves along, but here the mystery behind each man was removed, to a point. Therefore, do I find it absolutely necessary to read this before diving into the new series? Not really. Not unless the author doesn't plan on rehashing some of the facts we've gleaned here. Regardless of the existence of this intro novella, I still would have picked up the first real story in this series.
Jan 09, JoAn rated it it was amazing. This is my first book by Tina Wainscott; but it definitely won't be my last. This book captured my attention immediately. They are thrown under the bus by the government and discharged from the Navy after signing a non-disclosure agreement. Their reputations are shattered but they still believe in honor, commitment and seeking justice for others and for themselves. He offers them a chance to work for him once they have had some "down time".
He knows what these men have just been through and he's there for them if they decide to continue trying to provide justice for others.
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The first chapter describes the mission and the debacle that followed. Then the following chapters introduce us to each one of these alpha males and their families and backgrounds. Rick, Julian, Saxby, Knox and Rath all have their personal reasons for joining the military and readers get a small look into their personal worlds in this story.
Their backgrounds, training and commitment to each other are what make these men the "alpha" heros that I enjoy reading about in romantic suspense. Nov 21, Shannon L. Gonzalez rated it it was amazing. Tina Wainscott utilizes a teaser novella to introduce her new series of the Navy Seal team that will become the Justiss Alliance. Five soldiers entangled in a black ops assignment gone wrong become the fall-guys of a cover-up. Artfully crafted each of the team members is given a chapter at point to show how they handle this situation. Wainscott proves her ability to tell a good story full of suspense and intrigue.
She is adept at pulling the reader into the world she creates and keeps them there until she is ready to let go. He is the elusive founder of the Justiss Alliance. Security is a loosely based title of this company as it involves operations much like what the Seal team is discharged from. Feb 05, Kay rated it really liked it Shelves: military-romantic-suspense , contemporary-romance.
After a mission that was a clusterfuck, these men were discharged but thankfully not court martialled. Even though they were not responsible for this screwed up mission, they were the ones that were blamed to appease the masses. To avoid jail time they had to sign contracts forbidding them to talk about what really happened on that ill fated mission. As they are leaving the courthouse, a man approaches them with a job offer. He is the founder of the Justiss Alliance and they handle what sounds like protection and black ops work.
He leaves his cards with each of the men and asks them to consider his offer. At this point, you get a glimpse at each of the men in this SEAL group. Some of their home lives and if they will join the Justiss Alliance. I can't wait to read this series. I have the first one loaded and ready on my Kindle. I love romantic suspense and I adore military romantic suspense. This prequel had no sex in it and I do hope the series does. If it doesn't, well that's just stupid. View 1 comment. Feb 04, Kame rated it really liked it Shelves: books-read , series , military.
Really liked this novella. It lays the ground work for a group of men joining Justiss Alliance a private security firm. The men in this novella are all part of a SEAL team that does not successfully complete their mission and therefore must bare the consequences, they are no longer SEALs. The novella details the mission and as they all head home to regroup we get a look at each man's character. My only complaint - the men's names were a little too similar to me and I had a hard time keeping them Really liked this novella.
My only complaint - the men's names were a little too similar to me and I had a hard time keeping them all straight in my head.
I hope this gets better when they all have their own book. This book does not have any romantic elements. I did enjoy it a lot and the confusion is the reason for the 4 star rather than 5 star review, I have already started the first full length book. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley.
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Oct 25, Mel rated it liked it Shelves: e-book , novella , netgalley , romantic-suspense , Romantic suspense isn't a genre I normally read but I am a huge fan of Tina Wainscott's fantabulous paranormal romance books written under her pseudonym, Jaime Rush, so I gave Wild Hearts a chance.
It introduces us to five super smexy Navy SEALs who have had their lives turned upside-down after a mission went bad and they were deemed rogue. These guys all have issues and I look forward to learning Romantic suspense isn't a genre I normally read but I am a huge fan of Tina Wainscott's fantabulous paranormal romance books written under her pseudonym, Jaime Rush, so I gave Wild Hearts a chance. These guys all have issues and I look forward to learning more about them as well as Chase Justiss, the mysterious head of The Justiss Alliance. The Justiss Alliance series has a lot of potential and though I am not big on romantic suspense, I do plan to read Risk's book, Wild on You.
Nov 21, Kim rated it it was amazing. The characters are incredibly developed for such a short novella and it didn't feel short at all. Nothing was rushed and it was all very intriguing. It's definitely a lead in that makes me want to read ALL of their stories. These are a bunch of complicated guys, coming from different circumstances but they have one thing that holds them together and that's their honor.
These are truly Alpha Heroes and it should be an interesting ride to see it all play out. Jan 30, Darcy rated it liked it Shelves: e-book , short-stories , , military. I thought that this story did a great job of introducing a new series. We get the background of what went wrong and how the guys got screwed over. Then there was a chapter with each guy, letting us get to know them better as individuals.
I liked the dinner at the end where they were all together again, checking in with each other and planning their future. I look forward to reading more in this series, to see about the new job, and how the guys fit in. Mar 09, Carmen DeSousa rated it it was amazing. Great introduction to the series! As a reader, I loved being able to get a sneak peek at all the heroes in this series. Reading book one right now! Feb 23, Alyssia rated it really liked it.au.ohivexetadyq.tk
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Warning to those who have yet read about the Justiss Alliance boys, you will be foaming at the mouth for a chance to be a room with even one of the Ex-SEALs. When a covert mission goes wrong and they are to blame, putting their careers in tatters, what is left for Risk, Rath, Saxby, Julian and Knox when everything they have know as a SEAL is taken away? I stumbled upon this series by actually reading the third book in the series first before I realized it was a series.
Each book can be read as a standalone, so far there are three, and each is about a SEAL with their own missions and happily ever after. I loved how this novella gave us some insight on each man, we get to see how they interact not only as partners in combat but also brothers. I enjoyed seeing the banter between the 5 guys, and also see what each went through once they finally went home. Each had their own problems to deal with and some were heart wrenching and exciting enough for me eagerly wanting the next books.
Over and out. Feb 07, Emsy Van Wyck rated it it was amazing Shelves: books , reviewed-at-fff , romantic-suspense , military-romance , personal-copy. Tina Wainscott's Wild on You is a five star, must-read, suspenseful romance with an alpha hero and kick-ass heroine you'll fall in love with!
Oh my goodness, I am so glad I picked up that prequel, because not only does it set up the back story of the failed mission of the Navy SEAL team in Mexico, but it has character sketches of all the team members to die for. None of these heroes are super heroes in an unbelievable way, but have been carefully given real-life family and friend issues to deal with in addition to the things they carry forward from their military service.
I purchased my own copy of Wild Hearts for use in this review.
Oct 18, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: books-i-own-kindle , netgalley , read-in , for-review-read. When Risk and his team of Navy SEALs are sent on a top secret black ops mission in Mexico they have no idea how much trouble they are about to land in. Bad intel and a possible betrayal turns their well planned mission into a complete nightmare and with the government needing to deny all involvement the team has to take the fall. Dishonourably discharged from the Navy with their reputations in tatters the men have to find a new path.
That's where the Justiss Alliance comes in offering them all t When Risk and his team of Navy SEALs are sent on a top secret black ops mission in Mexico they have no idea how much trouble they are about to land in.
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That's where the Justiss Alliance comes in offering them all the chance to use their special skills to bring about justice for those who can't find it for themselves. The Justiss Alliance operates by their own rules and has it's own code of honour - they're willing to break all the rules as long as it means achieving the right results. This story is very short around 70 pages so I'll warn you now there isn't much of a story here.
The rest of the time is spent introducing the five main characters Risk, Rath, Saxby, Knox and Julian. The men have just returned home and are struggling to adjust to their new situation and being known as failures instead of heroes. They had to sign a non-disclosure agreement so they can't even tell their families about what actually happened to set the record straight. I really enjoyed getting to see a little about each of their backgrounds, the reasons they joined the SEALs in the first place and what compels them to take up Chase's offer of a job with the Justiss Alliance.
Wild Hearts is an interesting start to the series, it doesn't have as much of a story as I was expecting but it is a great introduction to the characters and I have high hopes for the rest of the series. Each of these characters will take the lead in one book where they'll get to find their own happily ever after starting with Risk in Wild on You which is out in February. May 03, Cynthia rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery-thriller-suspense.
Is there anything hotter than our Arm Forces ok cowboys are hot too but are Navy Seals have to be right up there at the top. I do find this story believable I have no doubt the government will or even has turned their back on a few good men when it comes Is there anything hotter than our Arm Forces ok cowboys are hot too but are Navy Seals have to be right up there at the top. I do find this story believable I have no doubt the government will or even has turned their back on a few good men when it comes to making our country look good, someone must take the fall which in this case are the proud, the brave men who gave all.
These men follow orders are proud of their job, give percent to our country and then some. They love the action, the thrills of protecting and serving their country. When an assignment goes back they take the fall. A few good men become a few bad men in the eyes of their peers, unjustified they are left to hang in the media.
He makes it his mission to find out just what happen for he needs a few good men to help him take on the world and their unjust ways. This is a short novella which gives you the back ground on each man, why they became seals, why it was important to serve their county and how that county used them as scapegoats. There is no romance just a wonderful setup to a series that looks to be outstanding, full of thrills, action, suspense and maybe a little bit or romance.
I really enjoyed Wild Hearts it answered a few question I had on each men but left me we a few more. I am not sure if I had read this first if I would have read the others in this series. Which my first book was Wild Ways that has hooked me and wanting more. This makes a nice add on to give background to a series that will keep you on the edge of your seats asking for more, more, more from our men of the arm forces.
Apr 15, Erin Burns rated it liked it Shelves: netgalley. This novella introduces us to the main characters of the series, how they became a rogue SEAL team, and how they met Justiss. He has a brother who lost both of his legs from a bomb while serving in the military. Knox Logan grew up on a ranch in Montana and is currently in the middle of a divorce from his high school sweet heart.
Chase Justiss is the mystery man who started the company after events that sound similar to what happened to these men. It is interesting and kind of fun, but it doesn't seem to be required for understanding the rest of the series. Jan 13, DelAnne Frazee rated it really liked it Shelves: reviewed.
As they prepare to each go their own way they meet Chase Justiss, the CEO of The Justiss Alliance Security and Risk Management, a company that obtains justice that sometimes means working outside the parameters of the law. Tina Wainscott provides a brief glimpse into what each member of the team confronts as they return home after they are slaughtered in the press. You will also learn about their personal backgrounds and how they react to Chase Justiss' job offer and their desire to find "The Wolf", who is believed to be behind their last wet op.
If you like military alpha types you are going to love this series. Each member as well as Chase Justiss is to have their own book. I am looking forward to being able to read all their stories. Well done Ms. Wainscott, you have developed some awesome characters I can't wait to hear more from.
Sep 21, Pretty Sassy Cool rated it liked it Shelves: pub , review-by-kassiah. Kassiah: Wild Hearts is unlike any novella I've ever read. A preview to the Justiss Alliance series, we are introduced to the characters and the mission that gets them discharged from the SEALs. This is an interesting storyline; I'm just not crazy about having to read a novella in order to appreciate the rest of the books in the series.
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I'm used to romance books, whether they're novellas or not, to have an actual romance in them, and this didn't. With that being said,I liked this story and think Kassiah: Wild Hearts is unlike any novella I've ever read. With that being said,I liked this story and think the premise for the series is a good one. I'm looking forward to getting to know the characters and finding out about the girls who knock them off their feet s.
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I can't wait to get to know Saxby, especially, since he's a Louisiana boy with real Southern manners. For more reviews and bookish talk, visit our blog at Pretty Sassy Cool Jan 04, Marlene rated it liked it. The story in this book is all about the set up; how their SEAL team is literally set up for a mission by bad intelligence information, how the military brass is caught between the rock of appearing to do something about the Mexican cartels and the hard place of having a black operation caught on camera by an unproved corrupt operator; until the only option left is for the SEALs to cut loose five of their best men.
To finish the story, readers get an up close and personal look at what each man left behind, and why the SEALs were their best hope of redemption. Now that the military is closed to them, they are all looking at a new path, the one dangled in front of them by former military operative Chase Justiss, another rogue with a conscience but little respect for the rules.
Verdict: This prequel novella is a terrific teaser for what looks like it will be a high adrenaline romantic suspense series. Recommended for fans of military-flavored romantic suspense, but readers might want to wait until the first complete novel in the series Wild on You comes out in February. Apr 07, Sue rated it really liked it. Tainted as 'rogue' SEALS they are readjusting to life as a civilian way sooner than they imagined they would have to. They are no longer SEALS, but the call to duty remains strong, the fight for justice and right still drives them.
If they join the secretive Justiss Alliance, it might just give them and others what is needed. Tina writes a great novella in Wild Hearts. She gives us enough background to catch your interest and want to follow these men and the action that is sure to follow with them. I liked how she did this, taking us into each of the former SEAL's lives for a brief period, learning just enough about their backgrounds to understand them a bit better and really look forward to where they go from here! If you are looking to start a new series with strong, hot, alpha men, I think you will like this one!
I'm really looking forward to where Tina takes us in the Justiss Alliance series.