The Unsung Hero

The Unsung Hero

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After a near-fatal head injury, navy SEAL lieutenant Tom Paoletti catches a terrifying glimpse of an international terrorist in his New England hometown. When he calls for help, the navy dismisses the danger as injury-induced imaginings. In a desperate, last-ditch effort to prevent disaster, Tom creates his own makeshift counterterrorist team, assembling his most loyal officers, two elderly war veterans, a couple of misfit teenagers, and Dr. Kelly Ashton-the sweet "girl next door" who has grown into a remarkable woman. The town's infamous bad boy, Tom has always longed for Kelly. Now he has one final chance for happiness, one last chance to win her heart, and one desperate chance to save the day . . .
Publisher: New York : Ivy Books, 2000.
ISBN: 9780345465610
034546561X
Characteristics: 392 pages ;,18 cm.

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Apr 18, 2012

I loved Brockmann's Tall Dark and Dangerous series and am so glad that I decided to start the Troubleshoots series (this being the first installment). She had me laughing from the beginning, and her ability to weave together adventure and romance remains exceptional. The different perspectives and story lines were clear and balanced without detracting from the main plot. I have to admit, I went through a period of really disliking the heroine, but grudgingly understood her perspective. Brockmann keeps her characters exceptional and yet beautifully flawed. She accepts them, but cuts them no slack, which is uncommon in the romance genre. I'm looking forward to starting The Defiant Hero next!

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vloveg
Apr 18, 2012

*refers to the eBook edition

I loved Brockmann's Tall Dark and Dangerous series and am so glad that I decided to start the Troubleshoots series (this being the first installment). She had me laughing from the beginning, and her ability to weave together adventure and romance remains exceptional. The different perspectives and story lines were clear and balanced without detracting from the main plot. I have to admit, I went through a period of really disliking the heroine, but grudgingly understood her perspective. Brockmann keeps her characters exceptional and yet beautifully flawed. She accepts them, but cuts them no slack, which is uncommon in the romance genre. I'm looking forward to starting The Defiant Hero next!

v
vloveg
Apr 18, 2012

*Refers to the eBook edition

I loved Brockmann's Tall Dark and Dangerous series and am so glad that I decided to start the Troubleshoots series (this being the first installment). She had me laughing from the beginning, and her ability to weave together adventure and romance remains exceptional. The different perspectives and story lines were clear and balanced without detracting from the main plot. I have to admit, I went through a period of really disliking the heroine, but grudgingly understood her perspective. Brockmann keeps her characters exceptional and yet beautifully flawed. She accepts them, but cuts them no slack, which is uncommon in the romance genre. I'm looking forward to starting The Defiant Hero next!

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