Alpha Rush by Sue Brown
AUTHOR: Sue Brown
RELEASE DATE: 11 th March 2021
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BIO: Cranky middle-aged author with an addiction for coffee, and a passion for romancing two guys. She
loves her dog, she loves her kids, and she loves coffee; in which order very much depends on the time of
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His lover is missing. A fierce storm is coming. His romantic vacation has turned into a nightmare. If Costa
makes the call to his team, will they come?
It was supposed to be a calm vacation. A chance to decompress after a dangerous mission. To find out if
the heated kisses between him and Collins could turn into something more.
When Collins disappears after an argument, Costa is miles from home and on his own. Is he overreacting?
It’s only been a couple of days. Is Collins really missing or is he holed up in a bar somewhere like everyone
But time runs out. A ferocious storm is due to hit the resort, and Costa needs help. But will his team come
when they realize he’s asking them to find Collins?
Book 7 in Sue Brown's tense action series where risk and romance are played for high stakes. Passion and
danger are always close to home in J.T’s Bar, where alpha men get a second chance at love.
Tony Costa curled up on the unmade bed. The call had to be made. He couldn’t wait any longer. He
pressed the button. He heard the call connect and a sleepy Irish drawl. “What do you want?”
“It’s…” Costa coughed to clear his throat. “It’s Costa.”
“What’s wrong? Do you need me? I can be out on the next flight.”
Costa blinked back the tears at his team leader’s willingness to drop everything for him without even
knowing the problem. “Collins is gone.”
The next time Doyle spoke there was no trace of sleepiness left. “Explain.”
Costa could hear him whispering to Perez to call Mitchelson.
His section leader was going to kill him.
“We’re in Cancún and—”
“I know,” Doyle said brusquely.
“We argued yesterday.” What the hell had they argued about? He had trouble remembering. “Nick
stormed out and never came back. I’ve tried the other hotels, the hospitals and the clinics. And the
morgue.” Even the word got stuck in his throat.
“Well done. Good. Talk to Perez.”
Costa blinked at being passed off to his teammate.
“Costa, we’ll be out to you as soon as we can,” Perez assured him. “Doyle’s going to ask Ruiz to
arrange the flights.”
“You don’t have to—”
“Shut up,” Perez said roughly. “Of course we do.”
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