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Into the Storm (Troubleshooters #10)

4.20  ·  Rating Details  ·  6,005 Ratings  ·  247 Reviews
13 Compact Discs / 15 hours

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. Despite the frigid winter temperatures, tension smolders between SEAL Petty Officer Mark Jenkins and former cop turned Troubleshoo
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Published August 15th 2006 by Brilliance Audio (first published 2006)
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Feb 22, 2013 Leea rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

This book had it all: Suspense, love, funny characters and hot sex. Now that's a good book if you ask me. If you haven't tried the Troubleshooter Series then you're missing out. This is the 10th book in the series and Into the Storm does not disappoint. I don't know how Ms. Brockmann is able to write such amazing, flawed, deeply relatable characters (for Navy SEALS and FBI agents :) But she does and it's so very fun to read...

Into the Storm is the story of Mike "Jenk" Jenkins and Lindsay finding
Wendy F

What's the #1 thing Wendy F loves in her reading material?! Romance, check! What's the #2 thing Wendy F loves in her reading material? Comedy! Check! Finally, check check check!

Don't get me wrong, there were some chuckle moments in the other Troubleshooter books, but this one had the one liners all over the place. Lindsay and Izzy brought this one to life. Many times I found myself literally laughing outloud and that is a first in these books.

Lindsey is a former LAPD agent who now wo
2.5 stars

Into the Storm, the 10th installment of the Troubleshooters series, seems to have taken a turn from the prior books. What I've always liked about Brockmanns's writing is her ability to weave together different storylines in a seamless fashion, mixing suspense and romance wonderfully. In this case, I felt like the story was a bit of a patchwork quilt - different stories put together, but not necessarily integrated as fluidly as I'd like. There were two areas that seemed most disconnected
Laura V.
Nota para mí misma: No continues con esta serie, si la descartaste la primera vez, fue por algo, no te hagas esto a ti misma.

Después de mucho tiempo sin leer a Brockmann, he visto este libro pululando en mi reader. Solo he leído dos libros de esta serie, porque de forma lamentable no fue publicada en español en correcto orden. Lo cual es una terrible desventaja para el lector. ESTOS LIBROS TIENEN HISTORIAS SECUNDARIAS que retoman personajes anteriores, hechos acontecidos hace siglos (de otros li
Really 4.5stars
During a combined training exercise in a freak snowstorm, TSI receptionist Tracy is kidnapped by a particularly brutal and elusive serial killer. As the team searches for Tracy, relationships form, blossom and solidify for the series future.
The alpha hotties of SEAL Team 16 and the alpha hotties of Trouble Shooters Inc in one great read and for me one of the better ones of the series (possibly because I wasn't a fan of the last outing). This installment has the teams merging fo
I read Into the Storm fast and found I liked it MUCH better than Hot Target. This one at least kept the focus (mostly) on the two main protagonists.

I suppose I got through it fast because I skimmed the psycho killer stuff. When people ask what plot themes in Romance are getting tired, I have a difficult time coming up with an answer. If it's done well, I don't mind reading the same plot over and over. The psycho killer plot however, is wearing thin. Linda Howard did it best with Dream Man- time
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Jennifer Wardrip
If you love the SEAL Team Sixteen and Troubleshooters, Inc. stories of past, you WILL NOT be disappointed by INTO THE STORM! Suzanne Brockmann continues to deliver romantic, action-adventure packed stories that feature our favorite characters from previous releases, along with new characters that will pull at your emotions. I loved Lindsay and Mark's story, and can't wait for more to come in the future. Especially what will happen between Sophia and Decker, when Jules will find true love, and, o ...more
Jan 19, 2012 Mareli rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I loved a lot of things about this book. A lot! There are 2 things I didn't love:

- one is the horrible serial killer. I admit, I skipped the most of the scenes with him because it was too horrible for me to read.

- the second one was Tracy Shapiro ("Troubleshooters Incorporated's remarkably inept new receptionist" - citing). I hate women whose whole thinking process revolves only about shoes and bags! And this person was a sort of wonderful empty space between her ears! But she got some revenge
The beginning of the story is definitely worth a 5-star rating. I really liked the scenes when I could read into one character's sarcastic thoughts about what was going on : one of the best was the Tracy-Jenk dating pre-mating ritual, seen through Izzie's eyes, that had me laugh.
I usually like when the hero believes a very wrong woman is his perfect mate, while being attracted unconsciously to another. I found it quite funny that Lindsey was in fact so similar to Izzie, whom Jenks spend quite a
Feb 08, 2009 Juliana rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
This was actually pretty good. The characters were three-dimensional, I quite liked both the female and male protagonists, there was witty banter (hell, there was even discussion of using a pick-up line about seeing someone's Star Wars action figure collection-- there was a decent amount of geekiness throughout, which I found rather endearing), the plot was fairly engaging, and people had real problems instead of fake plot device problems. I might actually consider picking up one of the other bo ...more
Jan 04, 2009 Kym rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The books in the Troubleshooters series are a perfect blend of thriller, mystery, military and romance. Every woman is strong, (almost) every man is enlightened, and everyone gets equal playing time! Brockmann's son is gay and she is one of the few authors I have read that treats her homosexual characters with dignity, honesty and realism. Allowing them to develop like any other character in her novels, as it should be! I llok forward to her summer release, which usually hits in August when I a ...more
Jul 27, 2014 JazzRizz rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: library, ebook, kindle, 2014
Wow, I read this one straight through! I've always liked Jenks and what a great book for him.

Lindsey & Mark make a great couple. Granted, there were times I wanted to shake them both.

Tracy is a great character ... I'm really hoping she ends up with Izzy at some point.

Just a really great book. Decker & Sophia are still circling each other. I feel really bad for Dave though. He seems like a really great guy hung up on the girl he'll never have.

So much relationship stuff going on in this bo
Mar 04, 2012 Harriet rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book surprised me. First chapter was set in the middle of terrorist warfare with the SEALS, overseas. Then the story moved stateside and seemed to turn into a romance with some lightheartedness. But there was a second story line going on that was evil. The author brilliantly wove the two story threads together and ended up with a suspense/thriller with some romance as well. There are some scenes that are gruesome so do not read this book if you cannot handle "nightmare making" material. All ...more
So heavily padded that the blurb for the book describes events that don't occur until midway through the book. The first half could have been condensed as very little happens beyond a lot of amusing conversations between the very large cast of characters. Like the last book in the series, this is a single story with multiple points of view. There is a brief mention of a WWII era romance that sounding like it had potential, but apparently the historical romances are over for this series.

The main
Jan 23, 2016 Kim rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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. Despite the frigid winter temperatures,tension smolders between veteran SEAL Petty Officer Mark 1CJenk 1D Jenkins and former cop turned Troubleshooter Lindsey Fontaine after an impulsive night goes awry. And then, suddenly,Tracy Shapiro, the Troubleshooters 19 new receptionist, vani ...more
Oct 05, 2015 Dawn rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Into the Storm
Book 10 in Troubleshooters series

Mark Jenkins & Lindsey Fontaine

SEAL Team 16 (with CO Lew Koehl) and Tom Paoletti's crew from Troubleshooters, Inc. get together for a couple joint training exercises, the second being a winter exercise deep in the woods of Northern New Hampshire--right before a blizzard hits. Lindsey Fontaine was the hostage in their first exercise, and she ended up sneaking past both teams without either knowing she had eluded everyone. Wanting a more realistic
Yazmin Duran
Jun 11, 2015 Yazmin Duran rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2015
No sé porque decidí aventurarme en este libro, quizá por que era de suspenso y romance, pero desde el inicio me dio miedo leerlo. Primero: los libros gorditos me dan pánico. Y segundo: este es el libro 10 de una serie. Y a pesar de eso lo disfruté bastante.


En este libro existen dos relaciones principales. En la relación primaria, el héroe, Jenk, y la heroína, Lindsey caen el uno por el otro. Y está la relación secundaria entre Jenk e Izzy, su compañero de equipo de SEAL; ellos a veces son
Mar 24, 2014 Jenn rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Well, I rated this book with a three star for a simple reason. This is a series, which I was not aware of, and therefore was very confused about many characters and their history. It was extremely frustrating, to the point that I Googled Suzanne Brockmann, and found out that the book was part of the Troubleshooters series. Not just any book in the series but BOOK 10!!! My bad and I digress. In future, please publishers and authors, etc, please make mention in the book that this is part of a seri ...more
Tellulah Darling
May 04, 2013 Tellulah Darling rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
One of my GR friends had mentioned that a lot of the books in this series that she at first is least interested in, turn out to be some of her favourites. I've found that true. And it was very true here. For some reason, I really didn't care about Jenk. He wasn't much of a presence to me. But the story between him and Lindsay is now one of my favs in this series.
Randy Daugherty
Mark Jenkins "Jenks" a member of Seal Team 16 is teamed with Lindsey Fontaine as par of a joint training exercise between the team and the countrys top security firm. There is a connection and instant friendship between the two.
When a night spent together goes wrong, even the friendship seems to be unhinged. But during an exercise when there "hostage" Tracy goes missing they all fan out to search. A body is found but its not Tracy, but what it does seem is that Tracy is in the hands of a serial
Another favorite in this series. Izzie had me cracking up several times throughout the book. I thought Lindsey and Mark made a great couple as well. Look forward to reading more.
Debbie Lucier
This book was good from the first page. It kept me thinking about the book even when I was a away from it....which speaks for itself. I found myself laughing out loud sometimes at some of the random things this writer came up with. I also love the fact that you were reading about one thing and she then would throw in one or two pages of what the serial killer was doing. It was just enough to keep you wondering what was going to happen next.
The only thing I can say I didn't like about this book w
Jan 04, 2015 Caffenero rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance-suspense
Alphabet soup tastes good sometimes :D
Lia Silver
An unusual entry in the series in that the central suspense plot is a hunt for a serial killer in the USA, but one of my favorites. The plotline involving the kidnapped women is partly told from their point of view, and it's incredibly intense. I always wished that Brockmann would write a book about the surviving hostage, who was forced to kill other kidnap victims to save her own life. This book also introduces two of my favorite characters, receptionist Tracy Shapiro and SEAL Izzy Zamora, who ...more
Pr Latta
Trademark Brockmann: strong, buff, competent guys and strong, resourceful women (but not so amazing you can't identify with them) in challenging physical and mental situations. If you are OK with a bit of sex and violence, enjoy! Could easily be read as a stand alone or out of order if you don't mind knowing who pairs off with whom. There is a bit of a back story with Sophia (Flashpoint) but Brockmann fills in the blanks well. Good resource for the series: ...more
Silvia Marcaurelio
Ennesimo libro della serie Troubleshooters, già il fatto di averlo letto in formato elettronico e non in cartaceo mi ha portato via un sacco di tempo e non me lo ha fatto di certo amare. Devo ammettere però che l’autrice ha una fantasia sperticata, ma che di militari e di organizzazioni para-militari non ne capisce un tubo. I suoi SEALS sono tutto fuorché delle macchine da guerra, anzi fanno spesso delle figure barbine, tant’è che non so se il vero scopo della Brockmann sia proprio quello di met ...more
Feb 02, 2015 Becky rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
I loved Lindsey - she's funny and tough and I want to be friends with her - and Jenk was...fine. I really liked him in the first half, but the misunderstanding between him and Lindsey was pretty much total BS and he was 100% in the wrong. (view spoiler) ...more
Dec 13, 2009 Kath rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really like this series and read the first 9 about a year ago. I had taken a break primarily because new characters were being introduced and it was a good stopping point. In this series some of the story lines span multiple books, but book 9 had left no cliffhangers.

I really liked this installment and can't wait to get my hands on book 10. Loved Jenk and his schoolhood crush. Sweet guy and love the fact that they referred to his nickname from school of Weeble. Kind of gave you an image of wha
Jaime Rush
Apr 30, 2013 Jaime Rush rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Once I got out of the mindset that this was a romantic suspense, I enjoyed it much more. This book covers an ensemble cast, some of whom I guess will have their own stories later. There are some great characters with lots of juicy pathos and drama. The characters listed on the blurb don't have a lot of page time, and one of the tense conversations that they have is overheard by another character.

At less than halfway through, the characters are not connected to the suspense plot, which is a vici
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Suzanne Brockmann was born in 1960. Married with Ed Gaffney, a lawyer and published writer. They have two grown children: Melanie, who is a personal trainer and author, and Jason, who is an actor and tap dancer. They divide their time between Boston, Massachusetts, Sarasota, Florida and New York City.

Published since 1993, Suzanne is widely recognized as one of the leading voices in suspense romanc
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Other Books in the Series

Troubleshooters (1 - 10 of 17 books)
  • The Unsung Hero (Troubleshooters, #1)
  • The Defiant Hero (Troubleshooters, #2)
  • Over the Edge (Troubleshooters, #3)
  • Out of Control (Troubleshooters, #4)
  • Into the Night (Troubleshooters, #5)
  • Gone Too Far (Troubleshooters, #6)
  • Flashpoint (Troubleshooters, #7)
  • Hot Target (Troubleshooters, #8)
  • Breaking Point (Troubleshooters, #9)
  • Force of Nature (Troubleshooters, #11)

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“Jenk shook his head as he headed for the rental car counter. He felt his shoulders tightening as he walked away, certain that Izzy wasn't quite ready to be silent or invisible yet. He was halfway there when Izzy shouted, "Jenkins! I wish I could quit yew!"
Of course. The obligatory Brokeback Mountain reference. Jenk flipped Zanella a double bird without bothering to look back.”
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