READER ´ DOC Flashpoint ↠ Ò SUZANNE BROCKMANN

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READER ´ DOC Flashpoint ↠ Ò SUZANNE BROCKMANN Ò An exciting thriller about men and women operating where agents of the US government cannot and where America's most ruthless enemies thriveOnce an operative of a top secret government agency Jimmy Nash has found a new job with Troubleshooters Inc a clandestine comOther perilous objective covert special operationsNow Nash and a team of expert operators have come in the guise of relief workers to the earthuake ravaged country of Kazbekistan There they must track down a missing laptop computer that may hold secrets vital to national security To fulfill his mission Nash is not afraid to break the rules b HEY WHERE DID EVERYBODY GO SAM ALYSIA JULES MAXMan oh man was this book ever so different IMO what made this one so different♣The main character's Pretty much are all newThey are intriging My heart goes to Sophia she's so broken♣The writing No WWII story♣The settingKazbekistan this 3rd world country was realistic and very well writtenI liked it alot but dang it was so depressing♣The plotreally good butpredictable♣The ending was not epic but really good♣The only constant is the solid and sweet sweet writing and the fact that Iloved it to pieces

DOC Õ ☆ Suzanne Brockmann

An exciting thriller about men and women operating where agents of the US government cannot and where America's most ruthless enemies thriveOnce an operative of a top secret government agency Jimmy Nash has found a new job with Troubleshooters Inc a clandestine company that helps anyone in desperate need which provides a perfect cover for its I'm not going to lie I was a little ticked off with Suzanne Brockmann for not giving me Max's story next I desperately need to get to Max and she threw Nash and Decker at me first and I didn't even care I was tempted to book skip because MAX but I didn't Well as almost always I was all sorts of wrong This book was highly entertaining and I couldn't stop reading it What was a little different with this instalment in the series is that it was really only one story Nash and Decker are buds and have a serious bromance going on We get both of their stories but they are rolled into one I liked that I think I was less distracted In her previous books there has always been a historical backstory and there wasn't with this I've always enjoyed that component in this series but I have to say that I didn't really miss it in this book Another difference was that we really didn't get to see much of the other boys you know like Sam and let's sayMax ; And again I was surprisingly okay with it Nash is a bit of a mess but was funny and tough and I was digging him I also enjoyed Decker who reminds me a little of Max in that he's a calm leader who always tries to do the right thing until he doesn't Like all the other books in the series this was suspenseful sexy a little heart tugging and fun These aren't WOW books but they are completely addictive and I highly recommend themOnward

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FlashpointUt he may have met his match in Tess Bailey an operative with all the right instincts Now these two professionals must play out their dangerous games in the world's most dangerous place isolated from their own government cutting deals with people they can't trust and guarding forbidden passions that threaten to compromise their crucial missio I heard this author’s thrillers could be pretty entertaining but I was seriously disappointed with this one A small company of ex military and CIA guys who take on a covert operations contract work get tapped by the US government to get the goods on an al aeda plot brewing in Kazbekistan No you are not slipping up in your geography—it is just a fictional place a generic jihadist regime; at this point a few years after 9 11 all those “Stans” kind of blur anyway The country has just been hit with a big earthuake so the team of five decides to slip in as relief workers Their mission is to nab a laptop of a warlord playing ball with the evil team The intrigue and action is at a low level The main plot concerns whether a communications specialist woman one Tess Bailey can prove herself to the boys as a field operative and whether the inarticulate action hero who once had a one night stand with her Jimmy Nash can develop a decent romantic relationship with her Another guy on the team their leader has to struggle with restraining his lust for a mysterious American woman sought by the warlord who tries to use sex to buy his protection Will such mushy stuff get in the way of their performance in this hokey Mission Impossible I am fine with attempts to inject romance into thrillers about the war against terrorism and having the warriors be able to cry once in a while but this volume of a series didn’t ring my chimes