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Decoy (Noel Casey Book One):

Lieutenant Noel Casey is taken aback by her newest assignment, overseeing a genetically engineered soldier designed by the United States Army. She's not accustomed to working with people created for warfare, and Killian's indifference is making it difficult to see past his robotic demeanor.

But when Noel is attacked and Killian intervenes, their relationship is altered. The predator is now the protector in Noel's eyes, and she's unsettled by her growing captivation with the intimidating man.

Plagued by nightmares since arriving at Fort Braeden, Noel begins to question the true reason for her relocation, an answer she’s convinced lies with the reticent Killian. Torn between accepting unconvincing explanations and rejecting her comfortable ignorance for an unimaginable truth, she realizes the choice has already been made for her.

Noel's understanding of science is about to be shattered.
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Virulent (Noel Casey Book Two):

In Fort Braeden, your worst nightmares have a way of finding you.

No one knows this better than Lieutenant Noel Casey. Eager for normalcy after her tumultuous first days at the base, Noel finds comfort in returning to a routine of vaccine development and disease research for the United States Army. But when Counteractants, a specialized laboratory harboring some of the most dangerous pathogens in the world, is burned down and a highly infectious disease is set loose, her time for reprieve is over. As council members become sick and the death count begins to rise, it’s clear the release was no accident. Noel fears she’ll be unable to control the outbreak, a concern that morphs into terror when she learns the intended victims are those closest to her. Can Lieutenant Casey find the cure—and the culprit—before it’s too late?

Noel will soon discover the only thing more insidious than a man-made pathogen is deception.

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