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Guest Blogger: Lynda Kaye Frazier
Thursday, May 24th, 2012

Memorial day memories

I’ve always looked forward to Memorial Day. I was a Navy brat and we would have the best celebrations with my Dad, and his friends. I loved listening to their stories about the submarine they were assigned to, and all the exciting places they visited. I had strict Military values instilled on me at an early age. I was taught to respect, and give thanks to anyone who served our country.

Ever since 9/11 I have seen many changes in our military, but the one that is nearest to my heart is how we back our Military men and women more than ever. We  openly acknowledge what they do for us by stopping and thanking them for their service. Our country is a safer place because of the sacrifices they have made.

I understand what they have had to give up because It has always been a part of my life from a young Navy brat to a Navy wife, and now a military mom. I have three in the service, my two sons serve our Navy and my daughter is part of the Marines. As a Mother I have had many sleepless nights. My children have served in Iraq, Afghanistan, and my oldest son was a Diplomat working with the North Koreans during their time of aggression. I am very proud of them and it warms my heart when I see a stranger salute them as they walk by.

I’m sure you can see why Romanatic Suspense is my favorite genre to read, and the one I write. The Seals, Special Ops men and our government agents have always fascinated me. I love the intrigue and mystery during a mission and how every move they make affects their family and team.

In my Guardians of Hope series you follow a group of men made up of FBI Agents, Navy Seals and Special Ops  working together to track down a ring of gun smugglers and drug manufacturers who threaten our freedom and the safety of our families here at home.

To be released late 2012, early 2013 through Black Opal Book, Rescued from the Dark:

What if you woke up from a nightmare, trapped in a world of darkness, with no memory of how you got there?  Rescued from the Dark is a passionate, gripping story about  FBI agent, Jason Michaels, confronting his duty to his country, and struggling with his feelings for a woman with no memory of  their love.

Undercover Agent, Jason Michaels, infiltrates the terrorist cell and risks everything, even his life, to save the FBI intern who stole his heart, then walked away. Once Mercy wakes from her coma Jason struggles with the fact that she does not remember what happened, but anguishes with the idea that she believes their unborn child belongs to her ex. Jason soon realizes the terrorists vow to get her back to claim their secrets locked in her memory, no matter what the cost. In a race against time, Jason and Mercy struggle to fight their attraction, and put their differences aside, as they launch a manhunt to save their country and each other.

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6 comments to “Guest Blogger: Lynda Kaye Frazier”

  1. Elle James
    · May 24th, 2012 at 8:50 am · Link

    Thanks for sharing your Memorial Day memories. As a “brat” of an Air Force dad, and myself an Army and Air Force Reservist and sibling to an Army Officer and an Air Force brother, I love the military and I think it instills a sense of duty, honor and country in those who serve. I’m sure to thank those who have served, and there are many, whenever I can. We live in a great country and I’m proud to be an American. Thank you to all who’ve served!

  2. ELF
    · May 24th, 2012 at 1:49 pm · Link

    We appreciate all of the sacrifice and service that both of you and others like you have contributed. Thanks for the blurb, sounds like a title that I will definitely want to read.

  3. Lynda Frazier
    · May 24th, 2012 at 7:29 pm · Link

    Thank you Delilah. Your blog is great, and I’m glad you allowed me to share my fond memories of why this weekend is special to me.

  4. Lynda Frazier
    · May 24th, 2012 at 7:56 pm · Link

    Thank you Elle and ELF for sharing. This is a great country and I love all our Military branches for making sure we stay safe.

  5. Diane Sallans
    · May 30th, 2012 at 11:49 am · Link

    That is certainly an exciting storyline!
    It is wonderful the attention that military people and their families are getting these days. I believe that there are many more courageous acts than we ever hear about.

  6. Zina
    · May 30th, 2012 at 12:14 pm · Link

    I didna grow up as a military barat, my da left the AF before he met my mum. But I did marry a Navy man and had 9 military brats of my own. We recently retired and so far I haven’t had any children go into the service but I will encourage my three sons to serve their country. Please pass on my thanks to your children for serving, and yourself as well because I agree the families serve right along the service member too.

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