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My Enemy Needs Me
Dig Deep, Book 1
J. P. Oliver
Spieldauer: 7 Std. und 33 Min.
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Construction work isn't any sort of calling for Ethan Loeb. He gets the job done, cashes his check, and spends his free time volunteering at the retirement home his elderly mother lives in. He knows he comes across as big, gruff, and grumpy, but right now, he doesn't much care. Until him. When Mark Weaver's car dies too far away from the work site for him to walk with his polio-damaged legs, can he accept help from a big, burly construction worker with a secret heart of gold?
Mal has been fighting terrorism and fascism in Europe since he was a child. It’s a rough life, but he believes in his cause. He saves people every day from terror attacks and worse. When he first encounters SEAL Team Twelve, they’re an inconvenience - albeit a very attractive one. The next time he encounters them, they’re in the same place, looking for the same crew. When Mal and his sister intervene to save the SEALs’ lives, he’s thrown into a mission from which there is no turning back.
Charlie King is doing fine. Sure, he's a widower raising a teenage daughter who just got her first boyfriend, his book series isn't writing itself, and he has a crush on his new neighbor - the guy next door. But everything's just fine. Simon Lynley is doing better. He moved to Bethlehem to fall out of love and rebuild his career. An affair with his neighbor isn't part of the plan, but the attraction between them is too hard to ignore.
An embedded omega journalist. A hardened alpha SEAL. Best friends on opposite sides of a line that can’t be crossed.... Journalist Colin Church has been through a lot. Through it all, he’s been able to rely on his best friend, Ed. Ed is the single most reliable person Colin has ever known - he’s also been in love with Ed since he knew what love was. SEAL sniper Ed Adami has a great bunch of guys around him, a good Navy career, and a best friend in Colin he can always rely on - who he’s been in love with that since grade school.
Old wounds, new directions, and a forever worth chasing. Malcolm Montgomery was a history teacher and track coach until an accident left him with two broken legs. He’ll recover, but life has knocked his feet out twice now. He’s not sure if he’s ready to try again, especially when it comes to love - and slick guys like Brian Kenway. Still, he needs help mentoring the school’s LGBTQ society, so he asks Brian to take some responsibility.
Nick Kosloski was just 18 when he was kicked out of his mother’s house, pregnant and desperate. He tried to reach out to his boyfriend, but he was gone - sent away to avoid legal trouble for a crime he didn’t commit. Tom Fitzpatrick was sent away from his Nebraska hometown in disgrace. He stood accused of a vicious crime. Rather than face conviction, Tom was hustled off into the Navy. Their reunion gets off to a rough start, thanks to a decade of misunderstandings and pain.
Mal has been fighting terrorism and fascism in Europe since he was a child. It’s a rough life, but he believes in his cause. He saves people every day, from terror attacks and worse. When he first encounters SEAL Team Twelve, they’re an inconvenience - albeit a very attractive one. The next time he encounters them, they’re in the same place, looking for the same crew. When Mal and his sister intervene to save the SEALs’ lives, he’s thrown into a mission from which there is no turning back.
Frankie and Tommy once dreamed of traveling the world together. But when 17-year-old Frank kissed Tom, their plans ended with a punch to the jaw and Frank leaving town without looking back. Thirty years later, Frank’s successful career as a journalist is interrupted by his uncle’s death and the question of his inheritance - the family resort where his childhood dreams were built. When he returns to the Pocono Mountains, however, he finds a dilapidated lodge and Tommy, the boy he never forgot.
A famous Hollywood omega. A hard-ass alpha SEAL. A PR assignment from hell. Kurt McNeil is a rising Hollywood star. A handsome omega, he’s got a new guy on his arm every week. He’s got it made - except that he’s still reeling from a betrayal that cost him everything. Dom Van Heel is proud of what it means to be a SEAL, but when his platoon is assigned to babysit a Hollywood hot shot for PR, he’s furious. Yet sparks and sheets fly when Kurt and Dom hit it off at a party, and neither realizes just how drastically their lives will change.
Omega Ben Michaud gave up his life of privilege when his fiancé died. As a surgeon with the non-governmental organization Borderless, he travels between war zones patching up bodies torn apart by human cruelty. When he’s taken hostage, he figures it’s just one of the risks he accepted when he took the job. Alpha Navy SEAL Dave Hopper isn’t impressed by guys who get taken hostage without a fight, nor by doctors who’ve had everything in life handed to them on a platter – no matter how beautiful. He definitely has no time for so-called “Hollywood royalty”.
I know he doesn’t like me....and I don’t really care. A while back, we started construction on a bank of condos...except when we started digging, we didn't just hit dirt...we hit dinosaur bones. And then came the science geeks, obsessing over digging out "the specimen" and "preserving history". Only thing is, for every day they're still invading our worksite, it's another day where we aren't getting paid nearly enough. So yeah, they probably think I'm a loudmouth and a rebel rouser...and they might be right. But I've got bills to pay. Debts to clear.
I'm a simple guy. Give me a beer, a tailgate, and some sunshine, and that's 'bout all I need to have a great afternoon. 'Course, I'd be a little more likely to have great days in the first place if things weren't getting a little out of hand at my work site. We’re supposed to be constructing condos, not waiting around for some scientists to dig out prehistoric bones! It's us versus them. Construction workers vs nerds. Me...versus him.
An event planner desperate to prove himself. A CEO with sky-high dreams. The grand opening that brings them together. Dean is the man behind the Blue Star Resort in Castle Harbor. He’s delighted to see his dreams become a reality - even if it means hiring a local to work with his star planner. Despite their friction, Dean can’t help but have eyes for the new arrival. Wyatt left town a long time ago, only to return when hired on for the impressive job of opening the resort. It’s the sort of thing that only comes along once in a lifetime. Just like the CEO of the company.
Tyson is the foreman of the resort construction team, but he has a problem: His issues are out of control, making it difficult to keep things together for this gig. The distraction of a certain gorgeous cook is about to complicate things even further. Will Tyson’s troubles ruin his dream job? Alex is a talented chef who has just suffered a devastating loss - his father has passed. Rather than meet it head on, he’s buried himself in his work. However, those close to Alex are seeing fractures starting to surface.
Lance’s abject fear of water won’t stop him from designing the interior of the island-bound Castle Harbor resort. Yet a close call brings him in contact with the stunning local captain of a boat touring company. Can he overcome his phobia to find love? Quinn is a single father to his adopted nephew, the pair still raw after losing Quinn's sister. Meeting a new, gorgeous man is entirely unexpected, but very well received. Still, he needs something more permanent than an interior designer in town for a few weeks.
Michael St. James hates tidewater post-Colonial Virginia with a passion. Banished there thanks to an ill-timed duel, Michael is bored with the countryside, and thinks his new companions are poorly-educated boors. What he needs is a challenge, something to stimulate his mind. Which is why, when Michael meets Daniel Calhoun, he takes such an immediate interest.
Oncologist Brannigan Ryan is used to people falling for him. With his black-Irish good looks and easy bedside manner, he's a favorite among patients. Surrounded by death on a daily basis, however, Bran has learned to harden his heart quite effectively. That is until he starts treating Ian Fitzgerald.