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5 How does an injured SEAL finally accept and he ll never be on the active duty list again With the help of his five year old niece and his patient next door neighbor who offer their unconditional love that s how.
I loved this story Alan and Mia are wonderful together, and Tasha s innocence and trust is just so endearing When Alan finally has his crisis of believe it s both heartbreaking and a little later on inspiring An excellent addition to the Tall, Dark, and Dangerous series.



This is the third or fourth time I ve read this oneand I enjoy it every time But boy did the disabled SEAL Frisco have a huge chip on his sculpted shoulders Never have I read a book where the hero s identity and feelings of self worth were so closely tied to his career Thank god he had the lovely high school teacher, Mia, to show him the way to happiness Loved their steamy relationship It was intensely hot without being graphic I also loved Frisco s relationship with his adorable 5 year old niece Tasha I hope one day down the line SB revisits the characters of Tasha and high schooler Thomas King wouldn t it be something if they did marry I thought SB did a great job on character development and plot with a measly 250 pages Fans I can t believe I actually cried reading this book Brockmann writes flawed heroes so well, flawed and hurting in a very realistic, heart tugging way.
Frisco s journey to acceptance of his career changing injury and learning that sometimes the toughest thing one can do is to decide to live sucked me in from the beginning He is drawn so realistically that I can actually feel his pain He has a great heroine that is just the right touch of softness and sternness Threw in a bad guy, some Navy Seal action, and a lovable kid, and Frisco s Kid is a satisfying, easy to read, romance.
My favorite of this series so far An oldie but a goodie Great story about a former SEAL dealing with a life changing knee injury, and a kind hearted neighbor lady who helps him become whole again Add in a cute 5 year old girl, a likable and smart mouthed teen, plus a bad guy and a few SEALs buddies and you have a great Brockmann romance story with lots of sizzle It was a quick read 240 pages , but it packed a lot of heat and heart I can see why Frisco is considered one of Brockmann s favorite heros.
This is my favorite of the series so far It takes the wounded hero theme, and gives it the treatment it deserves The hero s pain, shame and feelings of worthlessness are so well described, but in a way that doesn t make him seem less attractive or less of a hero, no matter how he sees himself The heroine is also great it s nice to have a heroine who has real insights into people, and is just a genuinely nice person The attraction between them sizzles, but in a beautifully accessible and normal way Also, I m not much into children in romance stories, but this one really works well The child is a major part of the fabulous plot but a small role.
I m giving this 5 stars, because I love the way the author explores the hero s angst in a completely respectful way, and he s also such a fabulous hero.
If I ever wanted to be a writer when I grow up, I d look to Suzanne Brockmann for tips I d sit down and read her books, chart graphs of her story arcs and note how she keeps the reader involved I d want to copy her characterisations, where every single character, no matter how marginal is important I d need to try and get the rapport between men of a certain age mid thirties , of a certain mindset Navy, US Seals , with a major dollop of pop culture references both past and present that prevents the situations from getting too heavy , and wonder if I too could borrow shades of Louis L amour for that curt, tension filled writing when the action scenes are needed.
Because I don t want to be a writer when I grow up, I can only glory in the fact that Brockmann writes for women lik ALL HE COULD SEE WERE CLOSED DOORSFrisco Francisco S Leg And Career Were Shot, And He Had Every Intention Of Wallowing In Self Pity But There Were Two Complications With His Plan His Five Year Old Niece, Whose Sudden Presence In His Life Added Daddy To His Resume, And His Comely Next Door Neighbor Who Wouldn T Take No For An AnswerTILL SHE KICKED ONE OPENTeacher Mia Summerton Knew That What Frisco Really Needed To Do Was Focus On The Positive She Was Going To Teach Him What He Could Do Was It Possible That Loving Her Was On The List Great book to read on a long haul plane flight Damaged SEAL brought back to life by the love of a plucky school teacher and an adorable niece Vintage Suzanne Brockmann.

Ed Gaffney, Suz divides her time between Framingham, Massachusetts and Sarasota, Florida She has two grown children,