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    Some kind of hero

    I couldn't put it down! I just finished it and already want to read it again! !!
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    Good stuff

    Another stellar TS book, can't wait for the next one!
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    Some Kind of Hero by Suzanne Brockmann

    Some Kind of Hero but Suzanne Brockmann A fast paced contemporary suspense novel. A Navy SEAL instructor deals with a runaway teenage daughter that is being chased by a local drug lord with the support of his beautiful romance writer neighbor. The seventeenth book in the Troubleshooter series. It can be read as a standalone. This hero, Peter, is extremely articulate and an excellent communicator as pointed out several times by the heroine, Shalya. The two instantly click. Wounded hearts mend along their path of romance. As a SEAL and soldier, he tries to be very protective of Shalya and while she appreciates the gesture, she has her own ideas and very often saves the day on her own. The heroine is often funny. Or maybe quirky is better. One of her book characters often talks in her head which leads to some amusing moments. Surprisingly this is never discussed between Peter and Shalya but I would have loved to have read that conversation. Maybe a bit too light for this quasi military like drama. Shalya is very intelligent and shows it throughout the book by coming up with answers and scenarios that Peter doesn't consider. I really liked the secondary relationship of Dingo and Maddie. While she was a bit immature, she is only 15. Dingo however, showed true strength of character by not crossing that underage line while protecting Maddie as they ran from overwhelming threats. I predicted his "fate" from his actions and look forward to eventually reading his back story and future. A few character from prior books made appearances including the irrepressible Izzy. Fun. You can't go wrong with a Brockmann book. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley.
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    Lots of fun

    Suzanne Brockmann's navy SEAL books are easily some of the best romance novels out there. This one is up there among her best. Read this. And then, if you haven't already done so, go back and read the rest.
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    some kind of hero

    funny and kept me reading most of of the night looking forward to the rest of the series
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