Niall was on there.
“So, we’re walking into a trap,” Cap summarized. “We know that. He knows that. We may as well land a freaking Puma on the helipad and just walk out, weapons drawn.”
“Which is what he is expecting because he’ll know we know.” Finn did his own summarizing, and it made sense in his head. “So we split, half in the Puma, half by sea.” He pointed at the main boat deck where they could safely dock a boat. Then he traced the side around and up and under the lower production deck. “Here, we land it here. He’ll be expecting it, but there’s only one way on and off this platform by sea.”
“We need a distraction.”
Erik huffed. “Landing a Puma is a pretty big distraction.”
Cap glanced at each one of his Delta team, his eyes narrowed, and Finn could see the decisions being made second by second. “Erik, Finn, you’re by sea, keeping the team small,” Cap announced. “The rest of us will do the frontal assault, land the Puma, draw their fire. We go in, we take Svein and whoever he has on assist out of the picture, try and get the crew out alive.”
There was deadly calm in Cap’s voice, and Finn nodded his agreement like everyone else did. There was one word Finn was refusing to accept. There was no trying to get the crew out and by default Niall. He would rescue everyone or die trying.
That is what Delta did.
Officer Finn Hallan has never run from a fight. With Niall’s life and love at stake, he’s not about to start now.
Finn Hallan is a member of the elite Norwegian Emergency Response Unit, code name Delta. When the team is sent to respond to a hostage situation on an Oil Platform, he has to face demons he thought he had buried a long time ago.
Scottish engineer Niall Faulkner’s skills in oil platform decommissioning takes him to the Forseti platform at the worst possible time. When he’s captured by terrorists, his only thought is that he will never get to tell his lover how he really feels.
Can Finn keep Niall alive? Or will they both die at the hands of hijackers in the frigid waters of the Norwegian sea?More info →