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5.0 out of 5 stars defending their country is their duty-love is their reward!!, 24 April 2001
This is up to and even exceeds Suzanne Brockmann's usual high standard. The story is a follow on of her "Unsung Hero" but also stands alone as a exiting and thrilling novel. The hero John Nilsson,is her ideal of a fabulous man, deeply passionate yet with some of the flaws that make him so adorable to women. The heroine Meg is brilliant as a widow fighting to keep her daughter and grandmother safe during a kidnapping because of her work at an American Embassey. The love scenes are so sizzling and steamy too be breathtaking and the interaction of the secondary characters, who also appeared in "Unsung Hero" is brilliant especially between Alyssa Locke and Sam Starrett, just keeps bubbling along, . Lets hope they get a book of their own. "The Defiant Hero" is a page turner, drop everything right now and buy yourself a copy, you won't be dissapointed!!!.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Breathtaking race to romance, 11 May 2003
As the follow up to Brockmann's stunning first Troubleshooter novel, The Unsung Hero, The Defiant Hero defies all expectations. Moments after he finishes a training exercise that he was expected to fail, John 'Nils' Nilsson gets a totally unexpected call and finds himself aiding a woman he'd fallen in love with years before to get back her kidnapped daughter and grand-mother. From a start that sends your heart up into your mouth, the action travels non-stop through to a touching finish.
Although the romance in The Defiant Hero isn't vastly different in tone to that in the first book in the Troubleshooter series, it is very steamy and very believable. All three pairings that emerge in this book, Meg, the heroine, and Nils; Eve, the grandmother, and Roger, the man she fell for and tricked at the age of 15; and the stunning Alyssa Locke and Sam Starrett keep the heat of the passion running all the way through the novel.
The action is break-neck, the chase not slowing until the very last pages and continues the pace started in The Unsung Hero. This is a serious must-read for any fan of dazzling romance, tough, caring heroes, SEALs at that, and anyone that just loves a great read in general. Well worth buying and storming through immediately.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, 28 Sept. 2011
Having been recommended Suzanne Brockmann by a friend I started on this series and have enjoyed them so far. She really gets into the characters and keeps you guessing until the end. Definitely recommend this and her other books.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Defiant Hero, 1 Dec. 2014
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This review is from: The Defiant Hero: Troubleshooters 2: Troubleshooters 2 (Kindle Edition)
As always fast paced and entertaining. Strong lead characters and appearances from a lot of the team. My second time of reading this book but just as good as the first time.
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