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Do or Die: Reluctant Heroes (Troubleshooters Book 18) Kindle Edition
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- Book 18 of 19 in Troubleshooters
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"Fans of Suzanne Brockmann's military suspense novels need not worry. There's a new cast of intriguing, smart and buff characters (both the men and the women), but the adrenaline-driven pace and crafty plotting are pure Brockmann. . . . There's a whole new team to meet, with agents and family and in-laws and outlaws and, yes, even a baby. They're each unique, intriguing and developed as the action continues, with Brockmann deftly juggling their stories with quick timing. . . . As the team members dispersed, I looked forward to reading their tales, knowing that master storyteller Brockmann will deliver them as she did in the seventeen Troubleshooters books."--Tampa Bay Times
"Brockmann effortlessly and expertly tosses hundreds of details into the air and juggles them with brilliance. The first in her Reluctant Heroes series, the novel will captivate readers with its intense, action-filled plot, alpha-and-a-half hero, and his smart, perfect-for-him heroine, as well as secondary characters who contribute pathos and humor. Enthralling and breathtaking."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
"Brockmann leaves the reader breathless, and longing for sequels. The sex is great, the action nonstop; and the dialogue between Ian and Phoebe is some of Rita Award–winning Brockmann's best. Her fans will cheer, as will all military-romance fans."--Booklist (starred review)
"Hard-hitting, fast-paced, and superbly plotted, this nonstop thriller will leave fans breathless and is a flawless start to Brockmann's new series."--Library Journal
"Bestseller Brockmann's Reluctant Heroes series opener delivers everything that romantic suspense fans will expect. . . . [Do or Die] moves powerfully . . . and the cast of sensitive alpha men and strong, imperfect women is well developed."--Publishers Weekly
"Events take off with a bang and never let up as Brockmann juggles multiple plots with her protagonists caught in a web of deceit (for the right reasons) as well as treachery. As always, there is humor, poignancy and kick-ass action that will keep your blood pumping. The name Brockmann means romantic suspense!"--RT Book Reviews (4-1/2 stars)
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- File size : 4753 KB
- Publication date : February 4, 2014
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Print length : 610 pages
- Publisher : Ballantine Books (February 4, 2014)
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00EGMHKR4
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Of the h/h, Ian was the better of the two, but pretty "stock." I like that Phoebe was kind of mousey-pretty, but hated (as I said before) the "I'm not going to sleep with you" line. I also thought it was ridiculous for her to join the high-stacks mission--this was another eye-rolling trope. I can't stand it when authors make a heroine a part of a mission or project just because the author wants her to be a part of it for plot purposes, but, hey, it doesn't really make sense at all.
As far as Brockmann’s writing goes, she is starting to repeat herself. How many times has a male character put his feet/boots up on a table with a clunk and clunk, and I'm pretty sure she uses “high-def” and “slow-mo” in just about every book.
All in all, I'm glad I didn't pay full price for this book...and I'm beginning to doubt I ever will again. Ms. Brockmann has lost her edge for me.
If you disapprove of interracial or gay relationships, or language, you don't belong here. Learn to or go away.
READ THIS BOOK. It's fun, heart breaking, heart warming and will leave you breathless and exhausted. Thank you Ms. Brockmann for another true adventure, I enjoyed the ride. Now I'm going to go take a nap...
While I liked many of the characters, despite this not being a SEAL Team 16 story, I was left a bit unsatisfied overall. That being said, Suzanne Brockmann books are always recommended for those who like the military adventure-romance genre.
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As with the characters in TS you become drawn towards the main characters in Do or Die praying for them to win through and overcome all the obstacles thrown their way. There is plenty of action and personal tension between characters and as always with her books, very well constructed plots and detail. Ian the main male is battling with his own demons as well as dealing with some very complicated domestic issues, whilst being thrown into even more difficult circumstances by interference from the FBI and a female lawyer who comes as part of that package. Eventually their partnership becomes involved in more ways than he'd prefer showing her to be more than useful to have around.
. Again she features a gay couple but these are way more likeable and more convincing than the pair she featured in Born to Darkness.
Can't wait for the next instalment.
I love the way she really fleshes out her characters although Yashi is still his shadowy enigmatic self. Next book maybe? It has been suggested by other reviewers that the book was too long.....no way. I often find that these Romantic suspense books are too short and do not put enough flesh on the bones to satisfy. Not the case here. The characters here are fully formed or developing well in the set up for future books that I hope will not be too far away.
I loved the Troubleshooters series and mourned its ending. It's good to get a fix on some of the characters again. However, if you have not read that series it does not affect the reading of this book. But if you like this book I urge you to read that series too. You will not be disappointed
Loved all the characters we have met some along the way. Thanks