Hot Pursuit. Troubleshooters Series, Book # Ballantine Books New York Times Bestseller First published pages. Hero: Sam. Read “Hot Pursuit A Novel” by Suzanne Brockmann with Rakuten Kobo. As team leader of the popular personal security company Troubleshooters Inc., Alyssa. Hot Pursuit by Suzanne Brockmann, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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I also thought that the suspense angle of the book was pretty well written – it certainly kept me guessing at The Dentist’s identity until the very end so many red herrings and likely suspects! Brockmann has a unique way of allowing her characters to grow and change and we still end up loving them, warts and all.
I love Sam and Alyssa Someone can correct me. An obsessive, homophobic serial killer from the past makes a return visit in Hot Pursuit. That includes his deep feelings for Gina Vitagliano, the woman who won his admiration and his heart with her courage under fire. Want to Read saving….
I would normally have been unhappy with such an ending, but I was absolutely fine with this, because, to be honest, I wasn’t invested in Jenn and Dan’s romance. Posted by Rosario on Sunday, February 26, Danny does become a likable standup kind of guy in this book, but Brockmann keeps him in puursuit character so he does turn into a jerk in one big scene. Although I thought he was a bit too calculating in his seduction technique, I somehow knew that Jenn would be able to handle herself with him, and maybe teach him a thing or two.
First of all, if you are new to the Troubleshooters series, I recommend starting from the begining. Jeez, I hope so!
They made time for connecting time. Here’s a touching scene that demonstrates why I love Sam and Alyssa so much as a romantic couple. Love the series, the narration brockjann unbeatable Great mix of characters; it’s always fun to hear from Sam and Alyssa, Jules and Robin, and maybe my favorite Izzy.
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Now he needs the Troubleshooters team at his back, along with an unconventional ally. I’ve actually always liked brash, irritating Izzy, and this is a story I’m looking forward to read in the next book. Since an assignment in which his wife, Angelina, was fatally shot, Murphy has been unemployed, battling booze and blackouts, and bumming it from shelter to shelter.
Audible Editor Reviews if you’re not already a fan, listening to Suzanne Brockmann’s Hot Pursuither 15th book in the wildly successful Troubleshooters series, is one of those forehead-slapping moments when you discover a great new author. I get it that Brockmann is trying to use her popularity as an author to further a cause she believes in, and I think she’s completely right to do so, but a bit more subtlety would make it much more effective.
His daughter is gone, and a woman lies brutally murdered on the floor. InSuz donated all of her earnings from this book, in perpetuity, to MassEquality, to help win and preserve equal marriage rights in Massachusetts. I absolutely loved the latest in the Troubleshooters series. Her last few books have been really pushing the bar higher for excellent fiction.
What a cutie and I cannot wait for his book. The basic plot which takes place in one week’s time is that Troubleshooter Alyssa Locke is called by her friend Savannah “Out of Control” to help teach some self defense techniques to Savannah’s good friend, newly elected New York state assemblywoman Maria Bonavita. But her whole vibe thing with Izzy was just It was awesome to see this really healthy, loving relationship.
Troubleshooters 1 Suzanne Brockmann. Not one of the best in the series, still this is typical of Brockmans plot lines and was on sale for a day. As far as marriages go, it has a very rocky foundation.
There were plenty of suspects and twists and turns, so that the reader had a lot of options to choose from. The Dentist’s plan is to kill Savannah and have Alyssa investigate, thereby putting him in direct contact so he can also kill Alyssa.
I’ve come this far, might as well read one more. There was so much set-up in the beginning and we went so long without The Dentist having a name I wanted to hurry through those pieces. Jules’ and Robin’s relationship gives me peace. I really wish that she’d just relegate these two to the back burner of her series as a failed experiment and move on – preferably with more Alyssa, Sam, Jules, and Robin. However, without giving any spoilers he redeams himself the best we could possibly expect so I was more than happy with his storyline.
Meanwhile, it wouldn’t be a Troubleshooters operation without romantic sparks and heated rivalries-and any time the SEALs of Team Sixteen are involved, there are plenty of both.
So I’m hoping they’ll be able to work things out. I can’t afford to lose much sleep.
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Having said that, I really really really didn’t like the male reader. Meet Vinh Murphy, part African American, part Vietnamese, with just enough Irish thrown in to make things confusing for anyone looking for a guy named Murphy. Some people don’t like the multiple stories, it may take a bit to get used to it, but I have come to love it. The intensity builds and the plot thickens and sometimes they are insanely unbelievable and hto they are grisly like this bookbut each book lures me in and creates a world of action and intrigue and romance that makes it impossible for me to put the book down until I see how it ends.
I liked Jenn’s wit, puruit and multi-layered personality and thought she made a really good match with Dan Gillman. Throughout the next four books in the series, they begin a secondary character romance arc that is both wonderful and agonizing to watch.
Brockmann has filled her story with diverse, well-developed characters, and the narrator’s voices bring their individuality and passion to life. Hot Pursuit is another thrilling installment in the amazing Troubleshooters series that is truly one of the very best in romantic suspense.
The ebook had a bunch of typos, first of all, but there’s also a lot of redundant information.