Books by Suzanne Brockmann

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Gone Too Far

In Gone Too Far, Navy SEAL Sam Starett travels to Florida to get his estranged wife to sign divorce papers. When he discovers what is apparently her dead body on the floor of her home, he calls contacts Max Bhagat of the FBI - and ends up talking to Alyssa Locke, the woman he still loves and hasn't ...

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Gone Too Far

As one of Ms. Brockmann's SEALs might put it: Hoo-yah! If you're a fan of the Team Sixteen series, get ready to clear the decks and call in sick because you're not going anywhere once you get your hands on this book. Frankly, Gone Too Far is Brockmann at her ultimate best and if this doesn't perm ...

B-
Letters to Kelly

Letters to Kelly takes a lot of risks in a relatively short book. Any one of them would make this stand out as a series romance; the sum total, however, interesting as they all are, make the book a little too crowded to work everything out in 250 pages. Author Brockmann wrote this book very early in ...

C+
Into the Night

Into the Night is a tough book to grade. On the one hand it's Brockmann. The humor, action, and snappy dialogue are all present. On the other hand, the book has problems. None of its problems make it a terrible read, but all of them, taken together, make Into the Night less than totally satisfactory ...

C-
Time Enough for Love

I've always loved Suzanne Brockmann's books. Impressed by her Navy SEAL heroes, I went on a glomming rash of her lesser known Loveswept titles. Because it garnered positive reviews elsewhere, Time Enough for Love made it to the top of my TBR pile in no time at all. Now that I've read it, my verdict ...

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Out of Control

I was a little worried after finishing Over the Edge. How could any book follow it up? Then I got my hands on Out of Control and realized that it not only lived up to my expectations, but exceed them. Once again Suzanne Brockmann has proven her talent for interweaving storylines, setting a lightning ...

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Get Lucky

OK, what's the Number 1 Female Fantasy? Forget sex for now. Let's concentrate on the more imaginative stuff. In my opinion, it's got to be one of two things: it's either Healing the Tortured Soul or Taming the Rake. Both are delicious fantasies, and I'd say they regularly tangle with each other for ...

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Over The Edge

Ordinarily, action-packed books (or movies for that matter) just aren't my thing. Shoot-em-ups, hijackings, SEALS and the like seldom sustain my attention for any length of time. My husband will never understand my desire to read a romantic comedy while he has the latest action/adventure/suspense fl ...

B
Taylor's Temptation

I discovered Suzanne Brockmann last year with Get Lucky, and after spending much of last year catching up on the other books and the series, I was eagerly anticipating this one. I wasn't disappointed. It has all the Brockmann trademarks readers have come to expect - a fun romance, action, humor, and ...

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The Defiant Hero

Our mystery Pandora for February is the much anticipated The Defiant Hero by Suzanne Brockmann. When Meg Moore's daughter and grandmother are kidnapped by terrorists, Meg is forced to kidnap a terrorist from a rival group. Navy SEAL John Nilsson is called in to help. He and Meg have met before, when ...