Author Thea Hill brings us a slight glimpse of army life in the Savana Jones Series. No Second Chances is one of the best-selling military drama books of 2021.
Book One: Savanna Jones Series
No Second Chances offer insight into the life of Army Brat Savanna Jones. While she seeks the truth behind her father’s death, it reveals hidden talents she never expected. Jones joins the military disobeying a wish of her dead father because she needs to feel safe after a life-altering incident. The complete helplessness collapses her into a profound depression, as the choice puts stress on the relationship with her mother. In the aftermath of a traumatic argument, Savanna disavows any connection with her mother for many years.
A tumultuous relationship with her drill sergeant brings forth the hidden knowledge she seeks to answer. However, during their last combat mission before graduating basic training, Savanna faces yet another situation that could be the difference between life and death. A fellow recruit becomes more than just a colleague when their relationship turns intimate; unbeknown to her he is hiding a fatal secret that causes another recruit’s death. The Savanna Jones series begins with No Second Chances followed by two other books that complete succession.
Book Two: Savanna Jones Series
Totally Exposed uncovers the next phase of insights into Savana Jones, as she continues to serve her nation with respect and honor. After Savanna graduates from basic training, she is accepted into the pilot program. Like her father, she dreams of flying Apache Helicopters rescuing injured soldiers. During the training, war breaks out in the Middle East, and troops are called out for deployment. On the first day of pilot training, she meets Andrew, a fellow soldier, and their passions are ignited. However, Savanna holds a secret along with Sargeant Haggard that could potentially destroy her new relationship with Andrew.
Savanna struggles with her consciousness on coming clean with Andrew about the tumultuous connection with Sabastian Cooper. But Haggard assures her the best way to prove his crimes is to stay silent until enough evidence can be proven to have him convicted. Nevertheless, keeping such volatile confidence from the man she loves proves more difficult than she could ever imagine.