Books by Suzanne Brockmann

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The Defiant Hero

If, like me, you’ve got a weakness for a man in uniform, Suzanne Brockmann’s latest single-title release The Defiant Hero should hit the mark for you. It’s chock-full of all the things she does so well: intricately woven multiple plotlines, ripping dialogue, intrigue, adventure, and three (cou ...

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Frisco's Kid

Life, as he knows it, is over for soon-to-be-former Navy Lt. Alan "Frisco" Francisco. His leg is shot, and with it, his life as a U.S. Navy SEAL, which is his entire identity. He doesn't want to teach, as has been suggested to him, he is pushing so hard in his therapy sessions that he's doing himsel ...

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The Unsung Hero

For years I've been searching for the perfect romance novel. The one I can give to my husband and say, "Here, read this and then tell me romance novels are fluff." What I'm searching for could well be the Holy Grail of all romance novels, because if the first one I give him fails, he may never read ...

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Get Lucky

Let's hear it for all the average girls. It might be too much of a stretch to have Lucky O'Donlon, the most charming and handsome SEAL in Alpha Squad to fall for a woman who is plain, but a big thanks to Suzanne Brockmann for making Sydney Jameson the heroine of Get Lucky an average looking (albeit ...

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Identity: Unknown

The first series romance I ever read was given to me by my sister, whose taste in books (and movies, and clothes, and men . . .) is miles apart from mine. Needless to say, it was years before I picked up another one, but if I were to recommend a series romance today, I would definitely choose one of ...

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Bodyguard

I'm just crazy about Harry - Harry O'Dell, that is, the hero of Suzanne Brockmann's latest blockbuster. He's a foul-mouthed, rough-edged, rumpled FBI agent from Brooklyn, out to save a dead man's former trophy wife from the mob. Before you start reading this book, make sure dinner's cooked and the d ...

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Heart Throb

Okay, I have to eat a little crow. When I first read the synopsis of HeartThrob and saw the bright pink cover, I really thought it looked like a mainstream, Jackie Collins-type novel, even though I knew the writing would be better than that. I was wrong, and I should have known better. I've read Suz ...

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It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

Yes!! Suzanne Brockmann finally hit another home run book in her Navy SEAL series. I thought the last two - Everyday, Average Jones and Harvard's Education were good, but not as good as Prince Joe or Forever Blue - my favorites. I liked everything about this one: the heroine, the hero and the action ...

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Harvard's Education

All right folks. If you are tired of category novels about cowboys and babies, go out now and buy a copy of this book - no, buy two copies of this book. Maybe if it sells really, really well, the publishers will take a hint and put out more books like this one. Imagine - a category novel with ...

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Everyday, Average Jones

One thing you can say about Suzanne Brockmann's Tall, Dark and Dangerous mini-series - they are not chick books. There's not a lot of description of clothing and accessories - unless you count the men's uniforms, and there's lots of action. Everyday, Average Jones is the kind of book you would get i ...