Into the Storm

Into the Storm

Book - 2006
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In a remote frozen corner of New Hampshire, a Navy SEAL team and the elite security experts of Troubleshooters Incorporated are going head-to-head as fierce but friendly rivals in a raid-and-rescue training exercise. When the Troubleshooters' receptionist goes missing during a mock rescue operation, SEAL Petty Officer Mark Jenkins and Troubleshooter Lindsey Fontaine team up with the FBI to launch a manhunt in the treacherous wilderness.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2006.
ISBN: 9780345480156
9780345480149
0345480147
Characteristics: x, 374 pages

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jdatwell
Jun 30, 2012

even though the killer was evil it was done in a way to make the story intense but not a sick and twisted way..
for a romatic suspense this one was good and kept me wanting to know more.

Trouble shooter's is getting better and better hoping to have more adventures even better than the last.

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vloveg
May 19, 2012

(5 stars) I never thought I would become an Izzy fan, but he cracked me UP! I don't think I have ever laughed so much during a sex scene. As for Jenk, while I've liked his character for a while, he is definitely more "perfectly flawed" than I had expected. Brockmann did an excellent job making both Jenk and Lindsey simultaneously admirable and messed up. She's totally right to call him on his interchangeable brides, but she's downright cruel at times and blinds herself to her own emotions and motivations. Jenk is awesome, but not as much of a paragon as some of the other heroes in the Troubleshooters series. The plot was intense; torture is always hard for me to think about and some of the gory details didn't bear too much reflection. That said, it was another excellent book, accompanied by a sweet bonus short story about Sam, Alyssa, and Jules.

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vloveg
May 19, 2012

(5 stars) I never thought I would become an Izzy fan, but he cracked me UP! I don't think I have ever laughed so much during a sex scene. As for Jenk, while I've liked his character for a while, he is definitely more "perfectly flawed" than I had expected. Brockmann did an excellent job making both Jenk and Lindsey simultaneously admirable and messed up. She's totally right to call him on his interchangeable brides, but she's downright cruel at times and blinds herself to her own emotions and motivations. Jenk is awesome, but not as much of a paragon as some of the other heroes in the Troubleshooters series. The plot was intense; torture is always hard for me to think about and some of the gory details didn't bear too much reflection. That said, it was another excellent book, accompanied by a sweet bonus short story about Sam, Alyssa, and Jules.

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vloveg
May 19, 2012

(5 stars) I never thought I would become an Izzy fan, but he cracked me UP! I don't think I have ever laughed so much during a sex scene. As for Jenk, while I've liked his character for a while, he is definitely more "perfectly flawed" than I had expected. Brockmann did an excellent job making both Jenk and Lindsey simultaneously admirable and messed up. She's totally right to call him on his interchangeable brides, but she's downright cruel at times and blinds herself to her own emotions and motivations. Jenk is awesome, but not as much of a paragon as some of the other heroes in the Troubleshooters series. The plot was intense; torture is always hard for me to think about and some of the gory details didn't bear too much reflection. That said, it was another excellent book, accompanied by a sweet bonus short story about Sam, Alyssa, and Jules.

v
vloveg
May 19, 2012

(5 stars) I never thought I would become an Izzy fan, but he cracked me UP! I don't think I have ever laughed so much during a sex scene. As for Jenk, while I've liked his character for a while, he is definitely more "perfectly flawed" than I had expected. Brockmann did an excellent job making both Jenk and Lindsey simultaneously admirable and messed up. She's totally right to call him on his interchangeable brides, but she's downright cruel at times and blinds herself to her own emotions and motivations. Jenk is awesome, but not as much of a paragon as some of the other heroes in the Troubleshooters series. The plot was intense; torture is always hard for me to think about and some of the gory details didn't bear too much reflection. That said, it was another excellent book, accompanied by a sweet bonus short story about Sam, Alyssa, and Jules.

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Glenda1012
Jul 27, 2011

Probably one of the best in Suzanne Brockmann's Troubleshooters sereies.Lots of suspense thrills and chills. Lots of action, and human interest, especially with the lead couple. I really liked Lindsey and Mark. As engaging a couple as Sam and Alyssa.

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emerge
Dec 11, 2010

Easy, entertaining read.

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