The Victors know nothing but war. It has shaped them and changed them in ways that they didn’t think possible.
Now is not the time to lament on the friends lost, the wounds gained. The medics might be able to patch them up, but they can’t heal their minds.
Mark and Tyler Victor have fought Harmony from Masoul to Osdal. They’ve lost friends, shed blood and tears, and now, they’re headed for one of Harmony’s strongholds: Fernix.
Osdal left Mark a changed man, a man not just looking to keep his people alive, but a man looking to avenge the only woman who cared for him. He has nothing to lose but his life, something he would gladly give to destroy Harmony.
Masoul wasn’t just an uprising; it was the starting of a war. Harmony didn’t start on Masoul; they were using it as a testing ground.
Moretti has a lead on from where Harmony might have come. First, they need to defeat Harmony’s forces in Osdal.
Nerva’s not going to throw his people at Harmony; this is not just a colonist uprising, this is a well-armed and well-backed military. They need more information. It comes down to the Triple-Twos to find out that information.
Once again, the Victor brothers and their platoon will be right at the heart of Harmony.
Nothing will be the same after Osdal.
The EMFC Reclaimer returns home to the Sol System, its people still fresh from combat. The crew are in for some much needed r-and-r as they take on fresh reinforcements. But leave is cut short when an encoded message arrives.
The EMF at Masoul are facing something that no one saw; they need the best; they need the crew and Troopers EMFC Reclaimer.
When the Reclaimer engages on Masoul, one thing becomes immediately clear…Masoul might just be the beginning.
Stay in Earth’s slums or carve out a life in Earth’s Military Forces. Two brothers make a choice that will change their lives forever.
Mark and his brother Tyler survived the slums with a gun in their hand and a blade in their sleeve. While it won’t get them hired at a corporation, the Troopers are always looking for trained killers.
The EMF offers education, medical care, food, and real pay. They have a chance at a new life, one where they don’t have to worry about a rival gang killing them in the street. With a 35-year EMF contract, the Victor brothers might have a new life, but it comes at a hefty cost.
Peace doesn’t last, and the EMF doesn’t care how many troopers die as long as they complete their mission.
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