The Haeju Virus is the second book in the Ashley Morgan Jamison series. This story is fiction but is built on a foundation of fact. Ashely Morgan Jamison is the first woman, and to this date, the only woman to earn and wear the United States Navy SEAL Triton.
The story of how she achieved this is written in the first book in the series “The only easy day was yesterday.”
After earning her SEAL designation, she was assigned as the Assistant Officer in Charge of SEAL Team 1 based in Pearl Harbor Hawaii.
This book takes you through her first year as the AIOC of SEAL Team operations. It includes a variety of challenges but none that stand up to the major one she must face. US and South Korean Intelligence discovers that the North Koreans are up to no good again and are in the process of developing a weapon of mass destruction. Can they be stopped? And if so, what role will the SEAL Team play in it.
On the personal side, Ashley renews her relationship with Ryan Joshua whom she met at the Naval Academy. Ryan was Captain of the Navy Gymnastics Team during the time Ashley was achieving her swimming success. Ryan graduated before Ashley and went to Naval Flight School. He graduated from flight school at the top of his class. Ryan is now attached to the USS Yorktown CV-10. He flies the F-18 Super Hornet off the carrier and has already had two deployments.
Ashley has never had a serious personal relationship How will she handle it? How will she do as an AIOC leader, and will her men respect her? The challenges ahead for her on both the professional and personal side will keep you reading and not want to put this book down.