Don't Call Me Angel

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On her first mission, Sophie A. Randall, the first female Navy Seal becomes the lone survivor of SEAL Team 9. Would she complete the mission or would she terminate her service? ***** When she woke up, she finds herself in a rather unsettling situation, however, that was the least of her worries: filled with guilt by the deaths of her teammates and with the knowledge of being tagged MIA, Sophie goes AWOL. For good. That is until John Smith seeks her out...fucking John Smith. "Don't call me Angel."

Action / Thriller
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Ahem. Let's get serious...

DISCLAIMER: This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events or incidents are either the products of the author's imagination or used in a fictitious manner.

There is no resemblance to actual persons, living or dead that I know of. But in the event that there is, it is purely coincidental.

© 2020 by Dammy J. Bade.

Cover by Dammy J. Bade.

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All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording or any form of information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the author.

For the record, the author is I. And I, as the author advice to write your own story if you were thinking of copying. If you do get inspiration from reading, good for you...write spinoff or something. know, DO NOT COPY MINE or any other persons, don't do that. Everybody saw that I've been civil enough, right...?


I'm more than excited to share with you, 'Don't Call Me Angel' of TERMINATE series. You know when I started writing the book, I had nothing in mind. I knew little to nothing. The one, little thing I know...who am I kidding? What does an 18-year old know about military life, right? I haven't experienced first-hand the struggles of being or having a loved one in the military, so I can't say much, but I'm sure two or more of my distant relatives can attest to most of your opinions about military service. Please allow me to say this; living my life as a daughter of a female cop wasn't easy, it still isn't.

"Dedicated to the remembered heroes, those active (even retired), and to their families."

... Also, the feminist in me insists on especially acknowledge the mothers and daughters. Haha. To the wars that are fought unseen.

Also, if you serve in the military, or have a family member in the military, please comment here and say who. I'd be honoured to know that you're reading my story!

And to us who don't know shit about anything. Ha! Let's gather on this thread. ;·)

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