Apache Strike Force

Sweet fricking Raptor Jesus, if there was any public trace of March’s exploits, I could kiss my dreams of a white-picket fence and family Christmas good-bye.

Camilla Monk
Apache Strike Force

Format:
ebook & audiobook

Publisher’s Synopsis:
He’s death from the sky, ready to strike. He never compromises, never lets go, never settles for second best when it comes to his offspring. He’s the… Apache.

With his nose-mounted sensor, night vision system and 30 mm chain gun, Simon Halder isn’t your average helicopter dad, and when Island, the daughter he thought he had lost, reappears after eight months of captivity, someone’s gonna have to pay.

But since pretty much everyone involved has paid already, there’s only one target left in sight for this attack helicopter… Island’s new boyfriend: the man people just call March.

Point of view:
1st Person. Entirely from Island’s perspective.

Rellim’s Thoughts:
Yay! I finished my listen through of the series leading up to book #5 the audio of which was released on Camilla Monk’s website this week.

Like everything else in the series this isn’t a stand alone – but it’s a fun novella to bridge the gap between books 4 & 5 and an opportunity for Island and March to experience “normal life”.

Narration:
Amy McFadden – holy shit was she creepy for the first 30% of this. That’s a Any McFadden is fantastic as always.

About the author:
Camilla Monk is a virtually unknown author who somehow tricked a bunch of people into publishing books about ostriches and killer platypuses.

A French native who grew up in a Franco-American family, she taught English and French in Tokyo before returning to France to work in advertising. After ten years spent building rickety websites for financial companies, she now lives and writes in Montreal, where she keeps a close watch on the squirrels and complains on a daily basis about the egregious number of Tim Hortons.

Her writing credits include the English resumes and cover letters of a great many French friends, and some essays as well. She’s also the critically acclaimed author of a few passive-aggressive notes pasted in her building’s elevator.

You can connect with Camilla Monk here:

About the narrator:
From Amy’s website: Hi! This part is all about me. Just me. It feels weird to write a bunch of stuff about myself but I don’t like pictures of me so I’ll have to use words instead.

I live in Michigan with my fiancé, Joe Anderson. He makes me laugh so much I never have to do situps. Truthfully, I probably wouldn’t do situps anyway, but hey, it’s still a nice bonus to our love.

I’m an actress now, and I used to be a 2nd grade teacher. I loved that part of my life, but after doing it for a bunch of years, I was ready to move on to the next version of me. They’re not really very different versions-teachers and actresses both reach out and engage people through stories. I’m NOT a morning person, but waking up to tell stories makes mornings better-than-tolerable.

I love books and the Muppets and smart people and kind people (not necessarily in that order) and sleeping and chocolate and coffee and writers and learning and Oreo cookies and a bunch of other stuff-but I’m starting to make myself gag on all this love.

I hate a bunch of stuff, too, but who cares about that junk? It’s probably the same stuff you hate, so I won’t bore you. Except I REALLY hate listening to people eat bananas.

You can connect with Amy McFadden here:

My Favorite Quotes

Sweet fricking Raptor Jesus, if there was any public trace of March’s exploits, I could kiss my dreams of a white-picket fence and family Christmas good-bye. – Apache Strike Force by @Camilla_Monk narrated by @amymcnarrator #RomanticSuspense #Mystery

Night and day, the hyper-anxious banker and the glacial hit man. – Apache Strike Force by @Camilla_Monk narrated by @amymcnarrator #RomanticSuspense #Mystery

God, if he ever shaved that chest hair, I’d need victim counseling to recover. – Apache Strike Force by @Camilla_Monk narrated by @amymcnarrator #RomanticSuspense #Mystery

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