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Taylor's Temptation (Tall, Dark & Dangerous, Book 10) Mass Market Paperback – July 1, 2001
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The dialogue is snappy and characters are very well drawn. The conversations between Wes and Bobby, as well as the brief appearances of other SEALs from earlier books work very well.
My only knock would be that we never learn much about Bobby's background and history. Normally I wouldn't notice this, but in all of the other Team Ten Books the heroes had a history that was explained, so its absense was noted here.
There is a good segue to the next book in the series (expected to be Wes' story) at the end. All of the Suz Brockmann fans who have been waiting impatiently for the next installment of her Team Ten books will be pleased with this effort.
Thankfully, SB does add another wrinkle to this book to keep it from being totally predictable: Bobby, the hero, who figures he can only offer a fling to the heroine, Colleen, since he is never home, feels too guilty to do that because it would betray the trust of the heroine's brother, Wes. Wes is Bobby's best friend and warned Bobby that he better never go to bed with his "little" sister.
OK, this brings me to the heroine. I put in my header that I think she's irritating, and here's why: SB, through this heroine, brings up the well-known fact that in the big, bad city, women often feel unsafe. Colleen hates being leered at and her body commented on by men. She is a "stacked" 23-year-old, the kind of woman that gets lots of whistles and catcalls. So what does she do about that sort of thing? Mainly just resent and ignore it. She chooses to live and work in a very bad part of town, and she takes no precautions at all for her safety or the safety of any other women she knows and works with. Not only does she have no knowledge of self-defense (which you'd think her overprotective SEAL brother would have insisted she get years ago), but she has no basic common sense either. Her only "weapons" are charm and refusing to back down even when faced with a threatening group of men.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it was a great book. Suzanne Brockmann is one of my favorite authors.Published 2 days ago by Becky Miller
I really loved this one. The Tall Dark Dangerous series is amazing and this is one of them. You can't help but fall in love with Taylo . Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!Published 17 months ago by gpearson
I usually just love Suzanne Brockman but this story seemed too simplistic with nice love scenes but not enough "meat" in the overall premise of the story---Published on May 27, 2014 by Patricia Vazquez
Bobby Taylor is a Navy SEAL who has had a crush on his best friend's sister for years. The sister, Coleen, has also had a crush on Bobby for just as long. Read morePublished on May 27, 2014 by Jo-Anne B.
as with Brockmann's other books, the girl finally gets the guy she has had a crush on in forever. The rest of the story is very good and parts are extremely surprisingPublished on December 31, 2013 by Lou
Bobby Taylor is a mammoth man, six-foot-six and built like a wrestler. He is handsome, with Native American ancestry, and a long, sexy braid. Read morePublished on April 15, 2013 by Kate McMurry