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AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Hallee Bridgeman

Brings A Unique Perspective to Thrilling New Love and Honor Series

With hallmark prowess, USA Today bestselling author Hallee Bridgeman combines her experience of military life with detailed research to craft her new Love and Honor series. Each book in the action-packed romantic suspense series revolves around one member of a Special Forces A-Team.

“My husband served with the 20th Special Forces Group (Airborne) for several years and deployed with them to Afghanistan. In our military community, we have several friends who are still in Special Forces units. I was able to ask questions, glean knowledge, and confirm facts with several sources who actually served or are serving in the Special Forces.”

The Love and Honor Series

Honor Bound (Book #1)

As a medical missionary in war-torn Africa, Cynthia Myers is trained to save lives. Captain Rick Norton, Special Forces A-Team captain, is ordered to take them if necessary. When Cynthia is forced to face her past, they have to put aside their differences in order to make it out of the jungle alive.

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Word of Honor (Book #2)

Pretending to be husband and wife would be difficult enough, even if FBI Special Agent Lynda Culter and US Army weapons specialist Bill Sanders didn’t have history between them. The former college sweethearts have to put aside their past and work together to stop an ecoterrorist organization in Istanbul in order to protect their nation.

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Honor’s Refuge (Book #3)

Phil Osbourne of the Special Forces A-Team returned home from the military missing a leg and feeling like half a man, but Melissa Braxton has loved him almost since they met. When things take a dangerous turn at the women’s shelter where Melissa works, Phil must overcome wounds both seen and unseen to find a strength long buried—and save the woman he loves.

Click & Visit: Honor’s Refuge

An Interview with Hallee

What draws you to writing military fiction?

I am an Army brat (my father was Special Forces) married to an Army brat (his father was a paratrooper). After the Gulf War, my husband got out of the military but reenlisted on September 12, 2001. He deployed to his second war within a few months of our marriage and has served in the military for almost twenty-five years. In the media, it’s hard to find where the military is portrayed correctly. I wanted to write a series of books that didn’t cater to stereotypes or tropes but gave us a realistic view of the men and women who serve in the armed forces and their culture.

What was the inspiration behind the Love and Honor series?

I love military life and the people in it. I love strong heroes and heroines who are truly self-sacrificing, whose love for their country and families leads them to lay down their lives to protect them.

Is there a character in this series who you particularly relate to?

I think out of all the characters, Bill Sanders is my favorite. I’ve always loved the tortured hero with a past that comes with baggage. It was fun to weave a sense of humor and Southern colloquialisms into his speech. My husband is very Southern and clever with his words. I think a lot of him leaked into Bill.

The theme of honor is present in each book in this series. Why did you choose to focus on this particular quality?

One of the definitions of honor is “adherence to what is right.” Throughout my life, I’ve been surrounded by soldiers who have served in the US Army Special Forces. In my experience, they exude honor and respect. It was a natural trait to give focus to when I was plotting and planning this series.

Are there any lessons that you hope readers can learn from the Love and Honor series?

God is love, but this is a fallen world and there are some pretty scary things going on. God has gifted some people with warrior qualities and special skills, and they’re out there every day praying for the same peace that Jesus promises us in John 16:33: “I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world” (ESV).

What are you working on next?

My husband is no longer in a Special Forces unit; he is now in a cybersecurity/cyber warfare unit. I’m plotting out a series of books that combines cyber and Special Forces and a global hunt to stop some very dangerous hackers perpetrating a devastating attack. We’re crossing paths with Israel’s Mossad, arms dealers, and deep cover agents. I’m very excited for these books

Hallee Bridgeman is the USA Today bestselling author of several action-packed romantic suspense books and series. An Army brat turned Floridian, Hallee and her husband finally settled in central Kentucky, where they raised their three children. When she’s not writing, Hallee pursues her passion for cooking, coffee, campy action movies, and regular date nights with her husband. Hallee is an accomplished speaker and active member of several writing organizations.

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