Books by Suzanne Brockmann

B-
Into the Fire

I have been following Brockmann’s Troubleshooters series from the beginning and, for the most part, have thoroughly enjoyed the ride. Into the Fire brings Vinh Murphy out of the darkness in which he’s been hiding since his wife, Angelina, was shot and killed during an assignment in Hot Target. I ...

C-
Body Language

The idea of best friends becoming more has always appealed to me, but I’ve found very few books that showcase the concept well. I was happy to try Body Language, which combines both an author and an idea that I love. Sigh. The combination didn’t work. Sandy is fast asleep when her best f ...

B-
All Through the Night

After reading Hot Target and Force of Nature, I (along with everyone else) realized that Suzanne Brockmann had a bit of an agenda when writing about Jules and his romance. While I totally understood, I was fearful that it would interfere with the story and with the character I’d grown to love. L ...

B
Force of Nature

I’ve been reading Brockmann for some time now, and while I missed a few of her early books, I’ve read everything involving SEAL teams ten and sixteen, as well as all the Troubleshooters. While reading Force of Nature, I found that this wealth of Brockmann experience worked both for me and agains ...

D+
Into the Storm

As I turned the pages of Into the Storm I found myself missing the author’s grown-up characters from books past – Sam and Alyssa, Kelly and Tom, and Gina and Max (well, the Max of Over the Edge anyway, not the whiny guy he turned into in Breaking Point) – who leave the children featured in thi ...

B-
Breaking Point

Suzanne Brockmann gets Max Bhagat and Gina Vitagliano together in Breaking Point, and ties up some loose ends with Molly and Jones. Jules Cassidy is in the story too, still pining from his break-up with Robin from Hot Target. On the whole I enjoyed the book, but a few pin-pricks kept it from being a ...

A-
Hot Target

There don’t seem to be too many people who feel lukewarm about Suzanne Brockmann; either you love her or you hate her. I love her; I think she’s the most consistently entertaining romance author around. That’s not to say that I think her books are flawless. Hot Target is a good example of a Br ...

B
Flashpoint

Have you given up Brockmann? Flashpoint, a definite departure in terms of style, might just be the book to win you back. If you are one of the many readers who didn't appreciate the multiple plotlines, World War II subplots, or recurring characters, you just might want to give this one a try. Brockm ...

B-
Night Watch

It's been a while since I've read one of Suzanne Brockmann's SEAL books. I thought the Tall Dark and Dangerous series got stale with Identity Unknown and Get Lucky, both of which I struggled to finish, and I never got into her single title Troubleshooters series. Night Watch may have been the perfec ...

B
Scenes of Passion

Now that Suzanne Brockmann has become one of the biggest names in romance, Silhouette has clearly decided it would be a good idea to publish any of her earlier works that it can. Scenes of Passion is one of these, and was written nearly ten years ago for Meteor's Kismet line, but was never published ...