Jan: Lately I’ve also been reading a romance/suspense series by Suzanne Brockmann, Troubleshooters. The books are a few years old, but those navy SEALS are hot, hot, hot. I’m slowly working my way through the series.
JulieO: I read all of Suzanne Brockmann’s TROUBLESHOOTER series. That was before I discovered Maryse. I loved her books and all her seals are “hunks of burning love”. My favorite was Sam. I couldn’t wait until another one was published. And then she just kind of quit writing that genre. Haven’t checked on her lately. It is best if you read them in order. Enjoy! I wish that I could rediscover them again!
Aidan: Oh yes, the Troubleshooter series by Suzanne Brockmann. Read in order starting with The Unsung Hero, the series just gets better from there. It’s Navy Seals (and former Seals). If you like love stories that develop over several books she’s gonna knock your socks off (Sam and Alyssa’s story is the best, but you have to read several books to get the whole thing, and they are hot, wooo weeeee). SB writes fantastic alpha men, often weaves in historical threads in the form of secondary characters and their love stories. Just a fantastic writer.
Cheryl: I also really enjoyed Suzanne Brockmann’s Troubleshooters series although her books are more romantic suspense – Breaking Point is probably my favourite but the books make most sense if they are read in order!
Heather: I’ve also enjoyed the Troubleshooters series by Suzanne Brockmann on audio — Patrick Lawlor does the guys really good.
Kim: If you enjoyed these military guys you should check out Suzanne Brockmann’s Troubleshooters Series – I’ve reread them twice – just can’t get enough of Sam Starrett!
Susan: Loved this series. May need to re-read them!! So good!!
Sharon: I loved this series so much! It was my first read after I discovered the BDB and it hit the spot. This characters grow on you. It’s one of the few series I’ve kept in hard copy.
About book #1:
After a near-fatal head injury, Navy SEAL lieutenant Tom Paoletti catches a glimpse of an international terrorist in his New England hometown. When he calls for help, the Navy dismisses the sighting as injury-induced imaginings.
In a last-ditch effort to prevent disaster, Tom creates his own makeshift counterterrorism team, assembling his most loyal officers, two elderly war veterans, a couple of misfit teenagers, and Dr. Kelly Ashton.
As the town’s infamous bad boy, Tom was always in love with Kelly, a sweet “girl next door” who has grown into a remarkable woman. Now he has one final chance for happiness, one last chance to win her heart, and one desperate chance to save the day.
SERIES READING ORDER:
- The Unsung Hero (Troubleshooters Book 1)
- The Defiant Hero (Troubleshooters Book 2)
- Murphy’s Law (annotated reissue originally published 2001): A Navy SEAL Short Story
- Over the Edge (Troubleshooters Book 3)
- Out of Control (Troubleshooters Book 4)
- Into the Night (Troubleshooters Book 5)
- Gone Too Far (Troubleshooters Book 6)
- Flashpoint (Troubleshooters Book 7)
- Hot Target (Troubleshooters Book 8)
- Breaking Point: A Novel (Troubleshooters Book 9)
- Into the Storm: A Novel (Troubleshooters Book 10)
- Force of Nature: A Novel (Troubleshooters Book 11)
- All Through the Night: A Troubleshooter Christmas (Troubleshooters Book 12)
- When Tony Met Adam (annotated reissue originally published 2011): A Troubleshooters Short Story
- Into the Fire: A Novel (Troubleshooters Book 13)
- Dark of Night: A Novel (Troubleshooters Book 14)
- Hot Pursuit: A Novel (Troubleshooters Book 15)
- Breaking the Rules: A Novel (Troubleshooters Book 16)
- Beginnings and Ends (annotated reissue originally published 2012): A Troubleshooters Short Story
- Headed for Trouble (Troubleshooters Book 17)
- Free Fall: A Troubleshooters Short Story
- Home Fire Inferno (Burn, Baby, Burn!): A Troubleshooters Short Story
- Ready to Roll: A Troubleshooters Novella
- Do or Die: Reluctant Heroes (Troubleshooters Book 18)
- Some Kind of Hero: A Troubleshooters Novel (Troubleshooters Book 19)