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Frisco's Kid by Suzanne Brockmann
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May 18, 11

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Read from February 20 to 22, 2011

I loved this story. It is contemporary in that we operate in a world where so many of us are defined by what we do as a vocation. Frisco Francisco defined himself as a SEAL; it's who he is not just what he does. When he is sidelined by a life-threatening injury and, after five years, his doctor tells him it's time to go home, Frisco is unwilling to believe his life in active duty is over.

Frisco has to figure out who he is if he isn't a SEAL and whether he wants to live that way. Having to suddenly take on his five-year old niece and accept help from his neighbor complicate the matter.

We are allowed an inside view of Frisco's journey to find a place for himself and gain self acceptance. His relationship with his niece, Natasha, will warm your heart as they establish their bond. Frisco's blossoming relationship with his neighbor Mia Summerton forms nicely as they both work to take care of Natasha. It's a lovely romance plagued with realistic issues that are dealt with honestly.

I was looking forward to this story and it delivered.
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