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Helpful votes received on reviews: 85% (22 of 26)
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,836,133 - Total Helpful Votes: 22 of 26
Night Watch (Mills & Boon Romantic Suspense) by Suzanne Brockmann
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Navy seals, 20 Oct 2003
I loved all of the other alpha squad romances and was waiting eagerly for this last one of the series. It was great. Wes is a great character with a lot of personal baggage and Brittany was a very independant and strong female character. A definate read for all.
Identity, Unknown (Sensation S.) by Suzanne Brockmann
Identity, Unknown (Sensation S.) by Suzanne Brockmann
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Navy Seals, 20 Oct 2003
This book concentrates on a character introduced in Admirals Bride but not a memeber of alpha squad. The story follows his trek to find out who he is after suffereing from amnesia. This story is not in league with the previous seals stories but is still a good read. The major difference in this story is that members of alpha squad - Taylor, Skelley and Lucky are hunting him, but he eludes due to his ability for disguises, the best one being dressed as a woman. The bickering between Taylor and Skelly over his smoking is gently added to break away from the more serious emotions of our two lovebirds. The action is a little slow in coming but the romance part makes up for it. A good read.
Everyday, Average Jones (Tall, Dark and Dangerous) by Suzanne Brockmann
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Navy Seal Heaven., 20 Oct 2003
I have read all the apha squad books and found this one to be most refreshing. I like romance stories that don't follow the usual clean and easy path. There is no real danger for cowboy in this book as was with all the other seal teams romances, but it was nice to see Melody put up a fight and not let the navy seal get his way straight away. Cowboy was a great character through his need to be with Melody and their child and it was great when they finally realised they were meant to be. A definate worth while read. I would recommend this to anyone, young or old.