Laszlo (SEALs of Steel Series #5)

Laszlo (SEALs of Steel Series #5)

by Dale Mayer

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Minx Montgomery's only light in a terrible childhood was her neighbor and best friend, Mouse. When he left Texas at the age of seventeen, she never heard from him again, though she's never forgotten him either. She moved in with her uncle, went to college and became a counselor. Her supervisor at the clinic sexually harassed her. Reporting him backfired. Demoted, she's transferred to another branch in the city--to the same district she'd finally managed to escape.

Laszlo Jensen, a former SEAL, has spent the last two years recovering from the damage done when his squad's truck drove over an antitank landmine. Six other team-mates were also badly hurt, the seventh--Mouse--dead, in what their team leader Badger Horley realized later had to be a trap set to take them out. He and his team-mate Geir are trying to learn more about Mouse's history. Was the whole squad targeted with that landmine, or just their youngest, newest member? The truth is more disturbing and senseless than they'd anticipated. Who was Mouse really?

Minx may be the only person who knew the boy that later became a dangerous, hunted man...

Author note: For your reading pleasure, this series must be read in order.

SEALs of Steel Reading Order:

1.) Badger
2.) Erick
3.) Cade
4.) Talon
5.) Laszlo
6.) Geir
7.) Jager

Product Details

BN ID: 2940159028266
Publisher: Valley Publishing Ltd.
Publication date: 10/23/2018
Series: SEALs of Steel Series , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 12,848
File size: 480 KB

About the Author

Dale Mayer is a USA Today bestselling author who writes for the young, the old and those in-between - no matter what the age. Some of her books are hot, some are sweet. Some will keep you up at night with a light on to keep the boogie man away and some you'll want to cuddle close.

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Laszlo (SEALs of Steel Series #5) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Linda Carlson More than 1 year ago
Fabulous! Laszlo is a true hero! He and Geir are in the right place at the right time to help Minx. Minx is a tough young woman who has earned her Ph.D. in the school of life’s hard knocks for sure. Unfortunately, this is a story that is a fact of real life for some children. Mouse endured a similar lifestyle as Minx and needed help just as much but was unable to benefit from any. The dangerous streets teach the innocent life’s dangers, sometimes at a very young age. As with Minx, she was only six or so years old, just a baby, really. It’s sad to think a mother is more worried about her next drug fix that she is so unconcerned for her child that Minx had to hide to stay safe and learned how to use a knife as protection at such an early age. Laszlo is different from his SEAL brothers. He is quiet, unassuming and laid back. He still is as deadly and tough as the rest, just more subdued. I like that. I enjoyed this latest story about the SEALS of Steel. It has events that are true to life and gets the reader very involved quickly. I also like that Geir is there to offer his help and expertise. This story is fast paced and quite exciting. It has multiple twists and turns which makes you think and try to figure out the villain throughout the entire story. It feels right that Laszlo and Minx take their time coming together with respect to Minx’s upbringing, but that doesn’t diminish the hotness! Excellent job! I loved it!
Shelly_M_74 More than 1 year ago
I loved each book in this series. I have enjoyed every series I have read that Dale Mayer has written. He is Amazing!!! If you haven't read his other series you should. Seals of Honor, Psychic Vision, Family Blood Ties and his newer K-9 Files are all great stories to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think this book is my favorite and that's saying alot because I loved the first four in this series. Minx and Mouse's childhood was a nice twist. Minx and Laszlo deserve a HEA. Can't wait to read the next book in the series, Geir. Highly recommend this author and all her books. Mjw
Jutzie More than 1 year ago
Laszlo by Dale Mayer SEALs of Steel Series Book Five Laszlo Jensen's turn to take the lead on the search for who is behind the accident their SEALs unit was involved in two years ago. Also, who is killing—or in his father's case—attempting to murder their friends and family. So off to Texas he goes with another team member, Geir. Time to find out more of about Mouse. The youngest member of their team who died in the accident. Minx Montgomery was Mouse's best friend. He was her protector in the world they grew up in. Only, these men who have come to find out about him are finding out more than she knew. It's starting to seem confusing that the boy she knew, is the same man they had known. These books contain romances that are completed in each story...but the mystery of who is behind the murders continues. **Sexual content and language
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoy this series. Love the characters and story line. Can't wait till next month for Geir!
CherylLoverofPugs More than 1 year ago
I really loved this book. The characters interaction throughout the book make you want to keep reading so you find out what happens at the end. The characters are lovable and having characters come into the book from other books in the series keeps you caught up on the story-line. You could start reading this book without reading the others in the series, but believe me, all the other books are well worth reading! If you are into action, suspense, a bit of love and hot military men, you will love love love this book! I honestly couldn't put it down until I read the last page and it had me wanting more! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Wendy S Hodges More than 1 year ago
As the mystery that is Mouse becomes both just a little clearer and even more confusing with help from childhood friends, one of them finds herself in trouble. This portion of the series moves us a tiny bit further on in that we find out more about Mouse as a youngster, a heartbreaking background of fighting for survival. I still have an idea of how at least part of this will turn out in the end but this author has a way of throwing in a twist or turn along the way so I'm sure there will be a lot more to come before we get there. Well written and interesting, this book and the series as a whole grip the reader from the first page and push you through until you find yourself at the end again and desperately wanting more. This isn't stand alone, you need to read them all in order or they wont make sense because bits of information will be missing, I promise it is worth it. This series is different to Dale Mayer's other Military series as this plot is based over the whole thing, so you get snippets with each book, just a little more with each one. You wont find out the whole story till the last book. These guys have suffered and still suffer from their injuries and what happened to them, I find myself rooting for them to find closure so they can heal at least the mental side of events and hopefully move on with their lives after the two years of dealing pain and hospitals. Moving story that left me with a few more questions.
Maggs More than 1 year ago
Laszlo is a member of a Seal team who was injured by the explosion of a landmine. One member was killed and the rest seriously injured taking months to years to recover. During this time the team discovered this was not a random explosion and now some of their family members and friends have been targeted as well. The team is researching clues as they materialize and this story is about Laszlo looking into the life of Mouse who is the team member they lost that day. Laszlo goes to Mouse's old neighborhood and finds Minx who was a childhood friend of Mouse until he left the neighborhood. This story is about the tragic childhood both Minx and Mouse endured and new facts such as Mouse apparently feared and hated water which adds to the mystery. Minx has her own mystery going as someone is following her and tried to attack her. All in all a great read as the story continues to unfold. I really have fallen in love with these characters who are so well done. Can't wait for the next book! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
moonfox1234 More than 1 year ago
This is a enjoyable read and a solid addition to this series. Minx and Laszlo's story offers readers plenty of emotional intensity, drama, suspense and mystery in a well written storyline. This book easily holds your attention as the story unfolds.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fabulous . I really enjoyed reading Laszlo . This is book five of Seals of Steel series . I think they just get better and better . I love all the books in the series . This story seems more emotional and has a heartbreaking past at least I think so . It's just as suspenseful and intriguing as the others . So very intense . I was captivated from the start . I love the strength and soul of Minx and Laszlo is a strong in mind and body a true hero . I cannot forget Geir he is a total all around bada_ _ ! The storyline is action packed and full of suspense fantastic characters including behind the scenes . I couldnot put this story down . I highly recommend taking the time to stop and read and fall in love with this book and the series . A must read . I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Dimac1 More than 1 year ago
More pieces are coming together as the SEALs of Steel continue to investigate what happened when they ran over a landline, killing 1 and severely injuring the other 7 on the team. This next book delves into Mouse’s life, the one who died and go to where he grew up. Laszlo and Geir are tasked with that and when they go find his childhood home they run into Minx, a woman who was best friends with Mouse till he left and she never saw him again. What the two discover about Mouse, is tragic and horrible, and something they never knew. While gathering information they find out that Minx needs their expertise of protection and somehow it all entwines into their investigation. Another great instalment in this series with steam, some suspense and Cupid striking again. As more information is found out it seems more questions are popping up which intensifies the mystery as to what it. I also enjoyed, once again with this author, the no drama between Laszlo and Minx, no misunderstandings, no jealousies, and the no other women or men coming between it !! I also really liked the vulnerability with Laszlo near the end and what Minx does to ease his mind. I can’t wait to find out how this author wraps it all up and to what actually happened on that fateful day. *I voluntarily read an advanced copy and expressed my honest opinion*
ViperSpaulding More than 1 year ago
The mystery deepens and Laszlo finds love with Minx! Laszlo and Geir are headed to Texas to delve into Mouse's childhood in hopes of finding out why he would have been targeted in the attack on their SEAL team. Finding Mouse's childhood best friend, Minx, was perfectly timed with her need for protection as she takes on a ruthless boss who's been sexually harassing her. The way these two storylines dovetail together was seamlessly written, with non-stop action and suspense. Every new piece of information only opens up two more questions, so while they're getting closer to the truth they've still got a long way to go to get to the bottom of it all. The attraction between Laszlo and Minx was sweet and well-developed, and the epilogue gives us a peek at the adventures awaiting Geir in California. Of all of this author's series, this one is my favorite. Each book is a standalone romance, but the mystery of who attacked their Humvee is slowly being revealed as each book contributes to the overall story. As soon as all these books are released, I'm going to go back through and reread them all again. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.