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Into the Storm: Troubleshooters 10: Troubleshooters 10  [Kindle Edition]

Suzanne Brockmann
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Troubleshooters: They Never Let You Down. The tenth addictive romantic suspense novel in New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann's Troubleshooters series, filled with thrilling adventure, excitement and passion. In INTO THE STORM, Petty Officer Mark 'Jenk' Jenkins and security expert Lindsey Fontaine are caught in a race against time to find a killer.

In a remote corner of New Hampshire, SEAL Petty Officer Mark 'Jenk' Jenkins and Troubleshooter security expert Lindsey Fontaine are going head-to-head in a raid-and-rescue training exercise. Despite the frigid temperatures, tension smoulders between the two, leading to an impulsive night of passion. But when a team member vanishes into the wilderness, Jenk and Lindsey must put aside their feelings as they launch a manhunt with the FBI. With the horrifying discovery of a brutally murdered young woman, the situation turns deadly serious. There is a serial killer on the loose - one who knows the backwoods terrain and doesn't play by the rules of engagement. With a blizzard raging and facing a cunning opponent, Jenk and Lindsey must work together if they are to save their colleague - and each other.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 679 KB
  • Print Length: 443 pages
  • Publisher: Headline Eternal (14 Mar. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #104,382 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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50 of 51 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another hit for Brockmann 22 Aug. 2006
Into the Storm is Mark Jenkins story and what a story it is. The book does not solely focus on the developing romance between Mark and Lindsey but also strengthens the deep bonds and friendships between some of the Seals we have been introduced to before in the earlier books. By the end of this book you are pretty desperate to know how Izzy, Lopez, Gillman, Decker and Dave Malkoffs story will unfold. As for the main couple Brockmann as ever has littered their path to happiness with misunderstanding, murder, jealousy, serial killers and snow!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars My new favourite writer! 22 Feb. 2008
By jazzy pom VINE VOICE
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Okay, so you know all those Navy SEAL themed romance novels that are littering the market now? Ms Brockman is one of the originals (from what I've gathered) and the best writer of this genre bar none. Her writing style is taut and lean but not terse, her characters are complicated and likeable. In addition, her writing is sprinkled with humour - I found myself crackling with laughter at 3:00am in the morning - the book is worth its cover price and more. I loved it, would read again.

I won't rehash what the story is about, but I will say that I appreciated the writer's approach to an interracial romantic relationship (woman Japanese/American the man Caucasian American). One of the best portrayals of IR that I've ever seen in a romance setting.

The book is worth more than four stars - but I hesitate giving it a full five stars because the 'suspense filled part of the plot' doesn't get kicking until about 3/4's way into the book. As much as I enjoyed the read, I found myself thinking, "Okay, I'm waiting on the suspense." The book was more romance than suspense. It's a nitpick, but when I'm promised 'adventure, drama and suspense' I expect it to deliver.

I'm going to buy the rest of her work right now.
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5.0 out of 5 stars awesome 2 May 2014
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Loved this. Read many others by author and seem to prefer the earlier Troubleshooters. This was written 2006. Gutsy, brutal, lovely, happy, funny, witty- all what I felt this book was. There is some romance but this is secondary to all whats going on. This is a book I will reread and be glad to keep in my paper library.
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3.0 out of 5 stars not the best one 3 Jun. 2012
By Gosia
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The books of troubleshooters vary from one to another. Characters in this one were not my favourite and I was reading this book fro 2 weeks. Not a "grab and read until the end" book but will do if someone wants to track all book heroes met in previous books.
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46 of 56 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing considering her other SEAL 16/Troubleshooter novels 29 Aug. 2006
By Tracy Vest - Published on
It's the Saltwater Cowboys versus the Troubleshooters... as the two are pitted together in an exercise and competition of sorts. Troubleshooter Lindsey Fontaine is nursing a huge crush on vertically challenged SEAL Mark Jenkins (hey - I'm not the one who made his stature abundantly clear 25 times in the book). When she is chosen as the "victim" she has to work double time to prove her SEAL-worthiness. Mark is attracted to Lindsey, but has always wanted childhood goddess Tracy Shapiro. He thinks he might have a chance with her now that Tracy has broken up with her wandering eyed boyfriend Lyle. Again. But after the competition, it is Lindsey who lands in his bed, then races out of it when Tracy has another meltdown and turns to Mark for comfort.

When the competition proves successful, they decide to do it all over again... in the freezing cold mountains of New Hampshire. Tracy gets to come along as the victim, and Lindsey relishes in letting her know she can only bring one carry on. As they set out on the new excursion, the tension between Mark (who is now head over heels for Lindsey) and Lindsey is so thick you can cut it with a knife. But ever the professionals, they try to keep their feelings in check. During the exercise, chaos ensues, and then suddenly, Tracy is nowhere to be found, and falls unwittingly into the hands of a sadistic serial killer. Will the cowboys and troubleshooters find her in time?

There is so much going on in this story. And yet, it really lags. There are three potential romances, two of which are triangles. And a serial killer on the loose... each could be a story itself. While Izzy can be humorous at times, it got old really quick. I found that the only compelling romance was between Sophia and Deck, and that one is destined to play out longer than Sam and Alyssa.

Was it just me, or did Marc and Lindsey's romance sound eerily familiar, like perhaps Wes and Brittany from "Night Watch?" Vertically challenged guy in love with a woman they cannot have so they have a "casual" relationship with the next best thing that really turns out to be the best thing... It was a good read, but not one that would stand up to repeated scrutiny or readings. If this is your first SEAL 16 novel, go back and read an earlier one like "Over the Edge" first.
24 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very well done 17 Aug. 2006
By Nils - Published on
I wasn't sure I even wanted to read this book, because I knew it was about Jenk, and who cares about Jenk? But I bought it and I'm glad. I could not put it down - I read it in one day. This is the Brockmann of old. I admit I didn't like her other Troubleshooter book - I didn't like Tess, Nash, OR Decker. But Sophia is very interesting, and her sidestory is intruiging, and I hope, not over yet. Izzy was the best secondary character, hands down, I can only hope he succumbs to true love next. He is taking WildCard's role in the series, I think, the lovable goofball who says outrageous things.

But Mark Jenkins and Lindsey are wonderful characters. They have real chemistry, and are very likable. I loved the setting too, having them in cold weather was quite a switch. Lopez cannot take cold weather? Who knew?

I laughed out loud over some parts, well, pretty much every time Izzy talked. The scene where they're making Jenks tell a ghost story in the car and Izzy keeps interrupting - classic.

The camaradarie between the characters was very strong in this book, and is one of the things I liked the best. Lots of kidding around, but real emotion, too.

Good job, Suzanne.
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Smart, Witty, and Riveting Blend of Romance and Intrigue 23 Dec. 2006
By Lauren Sophie - Published on
I've read all the books in this series, and _Into the Storm_ may feature my favorite stand alone romance (i.e. a romance that doesn't progress over the course of several books, but begins and ends in one volume). Lindsey and Mark have great dialogue, a ton of chemistry, and some believable conflict. They aren't a tortured couple, but they do have depth, and Lindsey, without a doubt, is one of the strongest female leads of the series. I liked her, I liked Mark, and I liked watching them fall in love.

The supporting stories are riveting, although I suspect most readers will find it hard to warm up to Tracy. Izzy, though, has a fresh and funny voice, and there are two scenes in particular that made me laugh out loud (something I rarely do while reading). Dave is a good guy as well, although I'm rooting for Sophia and Decker to finally get together.

I also think Brockmann should be praised for being one of the very few authors in an overcrowded "romantic suspense" market who is able to seamlessly blend romance that is truly romantic, and suspense that is actually suspenseful.

That said, there were a few things in this novel I enjoyed less than others. The serial killer plot, although original in terms of the plots of the other books in the series, is very hard to get through. Yet again, it's nice to see an author keep the focus on one group of people-- Navy SEALs in this case-- and yet branch out to include differing scenarios to amp up the drama.

My one other complaint is that I think it's time for Sophia and Decker to have their own book. They've reached that same point as Sam and Alyssa did in "Into the Night" where the misunderstandings and the angst are starting to grate. Having their story evolve into a kind of triangle is a twist, but one that quickly out-stayed its welcome, in my opinion.

But I can't wait for the next book in the series. This was is absolutely worth reading.
25 of 32 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brockmann's best yet!! 20 Aug. 2006
By M. Nix - Published on
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SEAL Team Sixteen and the security experts from Troubleshooters Inc. have arranged a training exercise in New Hampshire's frozen countryside. The two teams recently went head to head while training together in San Diego. After that mission, SEAL, Mark 'Jenk' Jenkins shared a night of passion with Troubleshooter Lindsey Fontaine that ended badly.

Working together in a hostage extraction scenario, Jenk and Lindsey continue to spark and sizzle despite their earlier quarrel. And despite the extreme cold. When the training exercise abruptly ends, Troubleshooter receptionist, Tracy Shapiro, playing the role of the hostage, disappears. Lindsey, Jenk, SEAL Team Sixteen, and the Troubleshooters team up to find the missing receptionist.

After a young woman is found dead in Tracy's coat, the FBI liaison, Jules Cassidy, determines that Tracy has most likely been kidnapped by a prolific serial killer. With a blizzard on its way and time of the essence, Tracy and Jenk must work together to rescue Tracy. And each other...

I am a huge Suzanne Brockmann fan. And as a huge fan, I have my favorite couples within the Troubleshooters series. In fact, I didn't think any book could out-do Max and Gina's story, Breaking Point. Boy was I wrong! Into the Storm is my all time favorite Suzanne Brockmann book. Ever!

Lindsey is an awesome heroine! She's strong, smart, gorgeous and despite her flaws, I want to BE her. And Jenk is delicious! Gorgeous, brave, clever and heart poundingly romantic, he is my ideal! I can re-read their story over and over again.

Another reason this is my new all time favorite Suzanne Brockmann book is the tremendous sub-plot. Brockmann's Troubleshooter series is famous for it's sub-plots and Into the Storm has by far the best sub-plot yet! The sub-plot is EXACTLY what I want in a romantic suspense. Plot twists and turns, action, hot sex and delicious romance, Into the Storm is Ms. Brockmann's best work yet!


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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If all the people in all the lands.... 16 Aug. 2006
By Jennifer L. Hart - Published on
Could be like the characters in a Suzanne Brockmann novel, the world would be a much better place. This book is stellar; I can't say enough good things about it.
Mark Jenkins is a first rate hero, with a few hang ups which he strives to overcome. The heroine, Lindsay, is smart mouthed and sassy but with a great heart. The chemistry between these two is off the charts. There are some great comic moments with Izzy Zanella, another Navy Seal who I can't wait to read more about. The subplot with the psychopath who captures the women and forces them to participate in his own private cock (Hen?) fight is truly depraved and fascinating in a train wreck kind of way.

I love that Suzanne Brockmann takes people down to a fundamental level that transcends, gender, skin color, sexual orientation or any other grouping and shows the reader the compassionate side of human nature.

Suzanne Brockmann can't write fast enough to satisfy this fan!
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