Christmas Panther Style

by Annabella Stone

Their world was turned upside down...

With booms, kabooms and bullets flying after a mad dash across continents on a rescue mission in a plane painted like Santa's sleigh.

Join some friends old and new as they chase the enemy none of them ever wanted. One of their own.

Find out who is on the Naughty List this year, in Christmas Panther Style.

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Reviews:Roberta on Love Bytes Reviews wrote:

I have to say that this book was GREAT!!! It picked up from the last couple of chapters in Zenko…so you’ll have to read that book before attempting this book. I was hooked from the very beginning to see who had kidnapped Lexi and why.

This book was wall to wall action and so many feels. I hurt for Grif and Rock so much…the pain and betrayal that they felt…yeah…it totally hurt my heart. I was so engrossed in these guys and their part of this story that I was upset whenever I was interrupted. I couldn’t put the book down for fear that something would happen that I would miss something and have them hurt with out me there to comfort them.

I loved seeing all of the Team Panther and seeing the Ghost team as well. It was nice to get to see more of the Ghost Team. Micah, Hawk, Creed and of course, Delta. I do love that sweet dog. Matt and Jonah…yeah the story starts out with them…so you get the laugh out of the way and then…it’s all emotion and action.

This was a wonderful addition to the series and it makes me want the next book…I don’t even care which series…just the next book to come out so that I can gourge myself on all the action and emotion from the series.

This is another stunning book from Annabella and it’s Great!!! Pick up your copy today!!

Tosha on Gay Book Reviews wrote:

Man, Annabella Stone knows just what to write and how to write to keep the readers coming back and wanting more after each read. This series and “The Tags of Honor” and soon “The Ghost Protectors” Series are all different series but all inter connected by the characters in the books. That on of itself makes each of the series so much better. It is a different perspective of each of the these men and also some new characters to add to the mix as well. What I love the most is that with these books being so closely connected that you get the full story of everything having with not only the Delta Force and Panther Team but also Ghost team as well. One storyline may start in one series and then it will either go into more depth in the other series or it will more to the storyline in some way or another. And this book definitely did that and so much more. Now I cannot wait for the next book in whichever of these series will come out next so I can find out what is going to happen to these men next.

This story basically picks up and adds on to the ending of “The Tags of Honor: Zenko” Book. In that book on of Griff and Rocks team members got news that her daughter was missing. When Allie realizes that her daughter Lexi did not end up where her and her father was supposed to be, Allie called in Micah and Delta force: Team Panther.

Allie is Micah’s sister and would do anything to find his niece. Thank the lord he has his teams behind him to help. Once Rock and Griff get Allie back stateside, they all meet up and start their investigation to figure out where Lexi is. What they discover will not only rock all of these men and woman’s lives but will affect each of them in one way or the other. Especially Rock and Griff.

These three teams are going to have to work together quickly and efficiently in order to get Lexi back before it is too late. When everything finally comes to head, no one will walk away unscathed. Most especially Rock and Griff.

This series as a whole is so incredible. With each new book a new piece to the puzzle falls into place. This is an action packed read with love, brotherhood, friendship, family, and so much more. I cannot wait for the next book to come out. As also I will be waiting impatiently for it!!!


About the Author

Annabella Stone

First and foremost I am a reader who had stories in my head that were driving me crazy. When I mention it to an author friend of mine, she told me to "write them down," and what do you know, Jonah's Compass was born, during NaNo 2017, and published in April 2018.

I live in Ireland with a crazy pack of 6 dogs and a daughter who is turning out to be so like me, I don't know if I should be scared or proud.

Along with my love of dogs and books, I'm a graphics nerd who also enjoys hiking and dog-shows.


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