Once an operative of a top secret government agency, Jimmy Nash has found a new job with Troubleshooters Inc., a clandestine company that helps anyone in desperate need - which provides a perfect cover for its other, more perilous o...more
What was a little different with this instalment in the series is that it was really only one story. Nash and Decker are bud ...more
This is another great read in the thrilling Troubleshooters series. The formula is somewhat different this time around than the previous 6 books because it marks the beginning of a new stage in the series where missions are carried out by the newly formed Troubleshooters, Inc., which is comprised of former members of SEAL Team 16 and various government agencies.
There are lots of new characters introduced in this story and several of them have key roles in the plot, but ...more
He wanted her with a sudden sharpness that triggered an equally powerful realization. It was so strong it nearly made him stagger.
In Flashpoint the seventh book in the highly acclaimed Troubleshooter Series by Suzanne Brockmann we're introduced to a whole new group of heros. Tess is a computer geek who love Buffy the Vampire slayer and has been infatuated with Diego "Jimmy" Nash for a long time. He sits on her desk eating from her little bowl of candies ever time he's in her of ...more
Man oh man was this book ever so different!
IMO, what made this one so different~
♣The main character's~ Pretty much are all new~They are intriging. My heart goes to Sophia she's so broken.
♣The writing~ No WWII story .
♣The setting~Kazbekistan, this 3rd world country was realistic and very well written~I liked it alot but, dang it was so depressing~
♣The plot~really good, but,predictable.
♣The ending was not epic, but really good
♣The only constant ...more
Well, first off, there's always about a third of the book where I'm just agitated. It's the recipe for the series to have one character fighting his/her attraction to the other. Someday I'm going to write a romance novel where they just happily fall in love and something ELSE happens to keep them apart. I just want to dive into the pages with a frying pan and lay one of them out. This installment was no different. James 'Di ...more
The format of the storytelling was different:
Romance: instead of there being a main romance, a WW2 romance, and a secondary romance, plus a possible set up for a future book, there was just one sort of main romance and one sort of maybe set up for something later. Basically the romance was a generic girl and boy ...more
We get a new cast of characters as Tom Paoletti gets his security firm, Troubleshooters Incorporated, up and running. We meet Jimmy Nash, aka 007, and Tess Bailey who are the romantic couple this time around. Jimmy is a wet work type for the Agency and has iss ...more
I do get tired of romances where one or both people in the couple feels he or she is "not worthy" of the beloved, or is a commitment phobe for similar reasons. There was much more of this here than in previous books in this series. The proportion of pages spent on angsty romance to action and suspense is heavily weighted on romance. There is also no WW II story included.
At the end of my library's hard copy book, there is a (very) short story about Sam and Alyssa on ...more
Truth to be told, I didn't like the main character, Jimmy Nash, so much. I liked the heroine, Tess, a great woman and I'm not so sure Jimmy deserved her.
But my hope are all for Sophia and Deck, another damaged soul. I'll keep my fingers cross ...more
The story features three former members of the CIA, including two hardened fighters and a computer-nerd office girl who wants to be in the field. Following a rather unbelievab ...more
This book introduces a new cast of characters to the Troubleshooters series, which I found a bit confusing at first as this book immediatly jumps straight in to action, and I was wondering, "Who the hell are these people, and what have they done with the Troubleshooters?!" However, once I got into the story I enjoyed reaing about the new characters and their connections. The focus of this story was of two of the new characters, Tess Bailey, and Jimmy Nash.
I actually found it hard to war ...more
Tess Bailey does not appear to be the perfect woman for him. He is movie-star handsome with a 007-complex, while she looks like a farm girl (round cheeks & freckles), and is described as a ...more
The pacing is dreadful with lots of heavily padded scenes in which nothing of import is learned. Then when something real ...more
The suspense/action was great, and there were no flashbacks (except for a scene or two describing what happened between Nash and Tess two months ago)...But those ...more
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