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Maverick movie producer Jane Mercedes Chadwick's newest film that frankly portrays the homosexuality of a real-life WWII hero is causing a storm of controversy, so Troubleshooters Incorporated is called in to provide her with round-the-clock bodyguards. Navy SEAL Chief Cosmo Richter is working at Troubleshooters during his vacation, so he gets the job. A bond forms between Cosmo and Jane that may trap them both in the crossfire when desire and desperate choices cause all hell to break loose.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2005.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780345467935
0345467930
9780345456953
Call Number: BROCKMANN
Characteristics: xii, 383 p. ; 25 cm.
Subjects: Romantic suspense fiction.
Love stories.
Homosexuality -- Fiction.
Bodyguards -- Fiction.
Right-wing extremists -- Fiction.
Women motion picture producers and directors -- Fiction.

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ginshu Oct 18, 2013

A great read with a batch of characters....could mot put it down...gin

jcharmed Mar 07, 2013

I read this book for Jules.I have been following Jules. I absolutly love him and I can't wait for him to get eveything he wants. Jane and Cosmo were great charcters. Jane was really funny. Robin needs to get his act straight and make himself worthy of a man like Jules. I know they are destined and have been in love from the beginning. I also could not stand Adam. I wanted to kill him for hurting Jules and getting between him and Robin. He used Robin for that reason so that Jules wouldnt want to be with Robin. He took advantage of Robin when he was completely inebriated. Jules should of been Robin's first not his ex boyfriend.

booklady1 Nov 24, 2012

Suzanne B kick ass series is storytelling at it's best.. Incredible vivid lead characters. I love the Troubleshooter guys... Cosmo and Jane are good together, they had to go through some bad times to find there happy ending. and Jules i love him he is waiting for is true love is sunlight i hope he gets it. I know it will be with Robin.

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vloveg
May 18, 2012

(5 stars)
I love Cosmo and Jules! I'm fond of Robin too, but Jules is right to wait - he does deserve sunlight. I like Jane, but she really lucked out with Cosmo. I'm glad that Patty wasn't portrayed as a sweet, innocent Disney princess, because someone has to have an agenda to "fall in love" with that little provocation. Brockmann, as always, keeps the suspense going to the end and gives us rich, believable characters who make the best of difficult situations. Also, another short story about Sam & Alyssa at the end, which is good - I definitely got used to seeing them in every book earlier in the Troubleshooters series.

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vloveg
May 18, 2012

(5 stars)
I love Cosmo and Jules! I'm fond of Robin too, but Jules is right to wait - he does deserve sunlight. I like Jane, but she really lucked out with Cosmo. I'm glad that Patty wasn't portrayed as a sweet, innocent Disney princess, because someone has to have an agenda to "fall in love" with that little provocation. Brockmann, as always, keeps the suspense going to the end and gives us rich, believable characters who make the best of difficult situations. Also, another short story about Sam & Alyssa at the end, which is good - I definitely got used to seeing them in every book earlier in the Troubleshooters series.

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vloveg
May 18, 2012

(5 stars)
I love Cosmo and Jules! I'm fond of Robin too, but Jules is right to wait - he does deserve sunlight. I like Jane, but she really lucked out with Cosmo. I'm glad that Patty wasn't portrayed as a sweet, innocent Disney princess, because someone has to have an agenda to "fall in love" with that little provocation. Brockmann, as always, keeps the suspense going to the end and gives us rich, believable characters who make the best of difficult situations. Also, another short story about Sam & Alyssa at the end, which is good - I definitely got used to seeing them in every book earlier in the Troubleshooters series.

v
vloveg
May 18, 2012

(5 stars)
I love Cosmo and Jules! I'm fond of Robin too, but Jules is right to wait - he does deserve sunlight. I like Jane, but she really lucked out with Cosmo. I'm glad that Patty wasn't portrayed as a sweet, innocent Disney princess, because someone has to have an agenda to "fall in love" with that little provocation. Brockmann, as always, keeps the suspense going to the end and gives us rich, believable characters who make the best of difficult situations. Also, another short story about Sam & Alyssa at the end, which is good - I definitely got used to seeing them in every book earlier in the Troubleshooters series.

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Glenda1012
May 14, 2011

I like this author's Troubleshooters series. The major storyline was good. But I did get tired of the author's promoting her own personal agenda with the gay subplot. Thus the 2 1/2 star rating, just average. This is number 8 in the series, and I do plan to read more.

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cjr2010
Mar 04, 2011

LOVED this one! Great story and the character story lines were great. Loved the main storyline and the sub-story line was great! Can't wait to read more about these characters.

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