Been there, done that. I am just foolish enough to believe that if I enjoyed it, so would everyone else.
Can't pinpoint any one thing. With the possible exception of the way she presents the military hero. Because they are
To answer this question, I would have had to read this book, and I didn't. But, I will say I enjoyed her reading of it.
Yes, when Joe fooled them all.
Just a perfect love story and would highly recommend. It reads well - no fuss, no fluff. Loved the narrator.
Kept my attention through the entire book. Plus it is a quick listen. I don't feel like I should be almost finished by the time the end rolls around. Some books are way too long and you feel like you have been listening for hours on end, just trying to get to a good part. This book/series has been keeping my attention throughout.
I would call them a modern day version of Johanna Lindsey's Malory/Anderson series. Only instead of a powerful family of blood relatives, you have a powerful group of men who would consider each their brother. It has loyalty between the seals, a strong female lead, comedy, romance, misunderstandings and much more. The stories for both series' are entertaining and enjoyable from start to finish.
Good diversity in the characters voices. Animation and believability in the difference between man and woman. Character distinction is consistent.
Yes. I laughed and cried. Especially toward the end of the book. I needed a box of tissues!
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
I have listened to all the Troubleshooter series and have enjoyed them immensely so I figured the Tall, Dark and Dangerous series would be next. I realize that this was the beginning of Suzanne’s writing career so there may be more rough edges, but she did a wonderful job in creating a simple romance story. The characters did have some prejudices that were a little annoying but I enjoyed the story and will finish listening to the remaining series. The narrater was pretty good, but her accents were not well done and a bit distracting.
very predictable you knew she was gonna fall in love with him, could have been more suspensfull and humorous
What story line there was I liked but there was a lot of interaction, interaction, interaction between the main characters that got to be a little much.
Not sure but I will not listen to any other books in this series
I selected this book because the ratings were so high but I wasn't impressed. I don't know of any man, particularly a Navy SEAL that would talk or act like the male character in this book. I kept waiting for something exciting to happen or for the story to be less predictable but it never did. I was really happy when I got to the end and it was over. I just didn't want to listen anymore it wasnt interesting enough.
A navy SEAL being a body double for a prince with a death threat and the female character falling in love with him (in 3 days). She ends up in danger, he saves her, she realized she wants to marry him after 2 weeks, story over. Ugh, not very creative, must have been a slow couple of months and Ms Brockman ran out of ideas.
Sorry for all of you that gave this 5 stars but I didn't get it (and really wish I had not wasted my credit!)
Not only couldn't I finish it...........I only got through seven chapters. Kept hoping it would get better, but never did! The book is based on a silly plot which kept getting worse and worse. This is Pygmalion on speed!!............my first and last Brockmann book.