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When Navy SEAL lieutenant Alan Frisco Francisco’s career is threatened by a bullet, he has two reasons not to wallow in self-pity: the appearance of his abandoned five-year-old niece, and his neighbor, Mia Summerton, who’s determined to help him heal his leg and his heart. Reissue.
Suzanne Brockmann’s Tall, Dark and dangerous series is in the process of being re-released as 2-for-1’s with fancy new (and quite sexy) covers. And I have to tell you I am now all about the SEALs and can’t put this series down. These well written quickie romances are each just different enough that they all feel fresh and unique while still connected as a whole, with delicious alpha male heroes and just the right amount of suspense action and melodrama to keep you coming back for more.
Alan “Frisco” Francisco is the 3rd SEAL to have his story told and he hit my soft spot as he’s the tortured hero we’ve been hearing about since he was injured during a mission in book 1 Prince Joe. Five years have passed since then and Frisco has undergone numerous operations and extensive rehab trying to repair his shattered knee, Told that he would never get out of his wheelchair, Frisco’s had it all along in his mind that one day he would return to active duty. After all if he can’t perform as a member of the SEAL team then what good is he to anybody?
When we begin Frisco has just been let go from rehab, being told that he’s as fixed as he’s ever going to get. He refuses to accept this news or the job he was just offered teaching upcoming SEALs. Frustrated, angry and in constant pain Frisco retreats to his seldom used 2nd floor condo in San Felipe and hit’s the bottle. What the hell is he going to do with the rest of his life now? Before long we are introduced to Frisco’s well meaning and of course beautiful neighbour Mia Appleton, she’s a teacher and wants very little to do with her rude and often drunk neighbour. Cringing as she watches him struggle up the stairs, leaning heavily on his cane unwilling to accept her or anyone’s help.
When Frisco’s wayward sister shows up on her way to detox and leaves her 5 year old daughter Natasha in his care he feels helpless. What does he know about kids and how on earth is he going to look after this neglected little girl. Now I’m not one for children in my romances but this situation worked for me as Frisco never baby talked her and their interactions were often comical. ‘Tasha’ draws Mia and another neighbour Thomas (who I hope to see more of) into the fold, filling Frisco’s life with obligations and meaning.
When Mia sees how he is with Tasha she re-evaluates her opinion of him and a friendship soon develops. However as the two grow closer and it appears that Mia might have genuine feelings for him Frisco begins to panic, what could he possibly offer this beautiful woman? He’s disabled, a shell of the man he used to be and with some very dark demons to work thorough. She deserves so much more; she deserves a man that’s whole. (Or possibly me!)
As Frisco pushes Mia away trouble comes calling, in the form of his sisters nasty ex boyfriend who’s looking for the money she stole. Kidnapping, gunplay, car chases, love scenes and hand to hand fighting ensues and (thankfully) Frisco finally learns to ask for help so the rest of Alpha team shows up as well. And here Brockmann cleverly gives us tidbits of information on our former heroes while enticing us with new ones whose stories are yet to come.
This was a fantastic read that I can see myself coming back to again and I definitely recommend this series.
This is the third or fourth time I’ve read this one…and 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 of SB’s Troubleshooters series—do yourself a favor and read this earlier series. This is where it all began. The books in this series are all quick, smart reads and you’re guaranteed to fall in love with more than one of her hunky Navy SEALs. All of them are winners but I must admit “Frisco’s Kid” holds a special place in my heart. 5 stars
Jan 24, 2009Yz the Whyz rated it really liked itShelves: suzanne-brockman, 2009-reads, owned-books-readI 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.
A very sweet and engaging story about an injured NAVY SEAL who is struggling to come in terms with his disability. Despondent and happy to lose himself in alcohol as he is discharged from recovery unit, he wants nothing but the use of his leg back. Moving to a new house, he is antagonistic towards his beautiful neighbor, the heroine who works as a school teacher. As his sister gets into trouble, he is forced to take over the responsibility of his young niece. The second half has the hero dealing with trials and tribulations of being a parent to a young but lost child, getting familiar with his neighbor who ends up being his saving grace on many occasions, some villain drama, dealing with his own insecurities and feelings for the heroine, all ending in a HEA.
Very slow book which was low on angst and average in romance. However, very well written with fleshed out characters.
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After childhood plans to become the captain of a starship didn’t pan out, Suzanne Brockmann took her fascination with military history, her respect for the men and women who serve, her reverence for diversity, and her love of storytelling, and explored brave new worlds as a bestselling romance author. Over the past twenty-five years she has written more than fifty-five novels, including her award-winning Troubleshooters series about Navy SEAL heroes and the women—and sometimes men—who win their hearts.
Her personal favorite is the one where her most popular character, gay FBI agent Jules Cassidy, wins his happily-ever-after and marries the man of his dreams. Called All Through the Night, this was the first mainstream romance novel with a hero and a hero to hit the New York Times hardcover fiction bestseller list. In 2007, Suz donated all of her earnings from this book, in perpetuity, to MassEquality, to help win and preserve equal marriage rights in Massachusetts.
Since her explosion onto the publishing scene all those years ago, Suz has become widely recognized as one of the leading voices in romantic suspense. Her work has earned her repeated appearances on the USA Today and New York Times bestseller lists, as well as numerous awards, including Romance Writers of America’s #1 Favorite Book of the Year (three years running), two RITA Awards, and many Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Awards.
Married to author and screenwriter Ed Gaffney, Suz divides her time between Framingham, Massachusetts and Sarasota, Florida.
She has two grown children, Melanie, who is a personal trainer and novelist, and Jason, who is an actor, producer, screenwriter and novelist. Suz also has two miniature schnauzers, C.K. Dexter-Haven and Little Joe, both of whom (unlike Mel and Jason) still live at home.
In addition to writing books, Suz has co-produced several feature-length indie movies, the rom-com The Perfect Wedding, which she co-wrote with Ed and Jason, and the upcoming thriller Russian Doll. She has also co-written the Night Sky series of YA paranormals with Melanie, and created a line of m/m category romantic comedy novellas called Suzanne Brockmann Presents.