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review 2017-08-25 01:23
Never Mine (Base Branch #9.5) by Megan Mitcham

 

 

Author: Megan Mitcham

TitleNever Mine

Series: Base Branch

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Jillian Cooper never wanted Callum, until a dream morphs him from her best friend's husband to a singular nocturnal fantasy. Revolted by her own mind and loyal to a fault, she refuses to give the dream life. Still, it manages to make her awkward around her only family; Amery, Callum, and their two stunning daughters. As an orphan and an Explosive Ordinance Tech with the Navy, things have a way of crashing down around her. The world crumbling call came in the form of a single car, single fatality accident. Amery died.

While she spins in dizzying circles, the girls she's loved since they were in their momma's belly cling to her. When Callum's strong arms fortify them and keep them all from falling apart, Jillian's inner struggle reaches a breaking point. She does the only thing she can to honor her friend's memory...run to the other side of the world to contract for Titan Group, an elite private securities force in need of an EOD.

Callum Bradfield adapts and overcomes. Even after the tragic death of his wife, his core values as a Navy SEAL march him forward...to safer waters. His gig as mission transport for Base Branch—the special operations force for the UN—isn’t as adrenaline laden, but he refuses to make his girls orphans.

Things are beginning to regroup when Jillian bales on his girls—and him—without a word. To ensure she's safe, he hacks her personal information and follows the crumbs into Titan's database. Crossing that line gets them both under a microscope in the middle of a desert, searching for the proof they need to show their innocence, while he tries to convince Jillian he's more than just her dream.

 

 

 

 

I actually think Never Mine is worth four stars but I felt like considering I missed out on previous books and minor cameo's and history involved and a few things I felt I might have better enjoyed had I read the previous books. That being said I liked the world, I liked the characters, the sex was good and the journey they go on together to over come their obstacles that kept them apart was worth the wait for this novella.

I want to read the previous books in this series so that I can enjoy more this whole world and the people involved.

 

 

Until next time book lovers...

 

 

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text 2017-07-21 05:20
Galveston Capital Tourism and Marketing: 'Wonderful Indonesia' to Promote Various Tourism Destinations at Matta Fair 2017

 

Jakarta. The Wonderful Indonesia campaign team will promote various maritime, cultural, shopping and golf tourism destinations during this year's Matta Fair in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, on Aug. 4-6.

 

I Gde Pitana, deputy for foreign tourism marketing development at the Ministry of Tourism, said visitors to the event will receive exclusive offers for visiting the unique beaches in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, and the Borobudur and Prambanan temples in Central Java.

 

The ministry will also promote a special shopping experience in Jakarta and Bandung, West Java, the opportunity to play golf at world-class courses in the Riau Islands, as well as a magnificent spa experience with the traditional health and beauty treatments in Bali.

 

"This is Wonderful Indonesia, we have everything. Indonesia has so much to offer, so we will maximize our participation at Matta Fair in Johor Bahru in August," Pitana said in a statement on Monday (10/07).

 

Rizki Handayani, deputy for Southeast Asia at the ministry, meanwhile said the Indonesian booth will be located on the Danga Expo City Mall's ground floor at #015-13 and #044-046 this year.

 

The ministry will include industry representatives from the country's main tourism destinations, Jakarta, West Nusa Tenggara, Bali, North Sumatra, South Sumatra, Yogyakarta, East Java, West Java, North Sulawesi, South Sulawesi and the Riau Islands.

 

"We will also partner with 12 local agents in Malaysia to conduct direct sales and promote Indonesian tourism. The entire industry will meet the needs of consumers in Malaysia in terms of tourism packages to Indonesia," Rizky added.

 

The Indonesian booth will also showcase a digital interactive map of the archipelago, a coffee and refreshment corner, games, gift redemption and traditional dances.

 

"There is also an information center that will provide visitors with information about Indonesian tourism, complete with brochures on various tourism destinations," she said.

 

Matta Fair 2017 is seen as one of the best opportunities to attract foreign tourists to Indonesia. The ministry aims to attract 1,772,000 tourists this year.

 

Tourism Minister Arief Yahya said Malaysia is both a competitor and a partner in the development of Indonesia's tourism sector.

 

"We are competing in achievements, to pursue tourism targets. However, we are also cooperating in various travel fairs, including at Matta," Arief said.

 

"Malaysia is a potential market for Indonesian tourism. Besides being in close proximity, Malaysia is also culturally connected [to Indonesia]," he added.

 

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