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Blurb: Greg Cage’s life is more fulfilling than he ever could have imagined. He’s married to the love of his life, has an amazing son, and in a few short months, his family will grow again with the birth of his twin girls.

The past year has been a tough one for the Cage family, but they are now on the road to healing by learning to let go of the past and looking forward to their future.

When situations beyond his control threaten to take away so much of what Greg holds close to his heart, he has to learn that he doesn’t always have the control he tries to maintain in their lives. Will he be able to handle the stress of knowing his wife and newborn daughters are beyond his protection?

Join the Cage family as they embark on yet another one of life’s journeys with a rambunctious four-year-old, pregnancy complications, and the fear of the unknown.

Will the love that Greg and Melissa share hold true as they fight to overcome the obstacles that face them?

UNCAGED is not a standalone. It is a continuation of CAGE. It is recommended that you read the first 3 books in the series before UNCAGED.


If you have not read or are not familiar with first three books in the Corps Security series, stop what you are doing and read those before you read “Uncaged”. However, if you have read them, then this is a read you cannot miss. “Uncaged” is a continuation of the Cage and Melissa story from book two, “Cage” in the Corps Security series.

I love this novella. You fall can’t help but fall in love with Cage. He is such a strong man, and the love that he has for his family oozes out of every page. Although the book is  a novella, it does not feel incomplete. Harper Sloan inserts multiple perspectives throughout the book, so you really get the feel of this family unit. Harper Sloan throws some obstacles at this family, and there are moments that are gut wrenching. However, you never doubt that this families love for each other will lead them through to the other side.

One of the things I enjoyed the most was every scene with Cohen. How can you not love that little boy? I have to say I really enjoyed hearing Cohen’s voice. He is such a great character. He brought a touch of innocence to the story, and it was great to get a child’s perspective on some of the scenes. Oh and the end, you have to read it. My jaw dropped to the floor it was so good. If you need a reason to buy it, trust me the end is worth the price alone.

What can I say, this was another great read by Harper Sloan. It was great continuation of the Corps Security series and it helps propel the series forward; not that it needed it. If you haven’t read the books in this series in a while it will make you fall in love with the characters in this series all over again. This is a series you have to check out. You won’t regret it.

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