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Harvard's Education (Tall, Dark and Dangerous) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Jul 2004
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Brockmann does a wonderful job of portraying two appealing African-American characters, from opposite sides of the proverbial tracks. Harvard is the child of a privileged upbringing as the son of a college professor, and P.J. hales from a difficult upbringing in the inner city. In reaction to her mother's promiscuity, though P.J. is in her mid-20s, she is still a virgin, and the most unusual virgin heroine in a short-contemporary romance I've ever read. P.J. is anything but naive or innocent. She simply respects her body and her future and knows exactly what she wants--and does not want--from life.
The passion between these two attractive protagonists is immense, and the action in the final act of the story is riveting. P.J. and Harvard make a fantastic team, and the rescue they take on together would be captivating on the big screen.
I originally read this book when it was released 15 years ago in 1998. This book was just as exciting to read the second time around as the first, and given the world we live in today, the themes are quite timely. I read a Kindle edition which is well formatted and edited.
It's not essential to read the 11 books in Brockmann's Tall, Dark and Dangerous series in order, but it greatly adds to one's enjoyment to do so. Each book sets up the book to follow it, pulling to the forefront the SEAL who is the hero of the next book. This is the order in which this series was first released:
1) Prince Joe, originally published June 1996
2) Forever Blue, originally published October 1996
3) Frisco's Kid, originally published January 1997
4) Everyday, Average Jones, originally published August 1998
5) Harvard's Education, originally published October 1998
6) It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, originally published December 1998
7) The Admiral's Bride, originally published November 1999
8) Identity: Unknown, originally published January 2000
9: Get Lucky, originally published March 2000
10) Taylor's Temptation, originally published July 2001
11) Night Watch, originally published September 2003