Breaking Point

Breaking Point

Book - 2006
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Max Bhagat never told Gina Vitagliano he loved her, and now it might be too late. From the moment FBI negotiator Max first met Gina on a plane hijacked by terrorists, she left his orderly, workcentric world shaken and stirred. Their ensuing hot (then cold) romance finally ends when Gina becomes fed up. The last Max hears is that Gina is volunteering for a AIDS group in Kenya, so when he learns that she has been killed in a terrorist bombing in Germany, he immediately leaves to take charge of the case. It turns out that Gina was kidnapped, not killed, and Max vows to do whatever it takes to get her back.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Pub. Group, c2006.
ISBN: 9780345480125
0345480120
9780345480132
0345480139
Call Number: BROCKMANN
Characteristics: 469 p. ; 18 cm.
Subjects: Romantic suspense fiction.
Love stories.
Abduction -- Fiction.
Americans -- Germany -- Fiction.
Hostage negotiations -- Fiction.
Government investigators -- Fiction.
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.

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booklady1 Aug 26, 2013

Finally! finally! I've gotten the chance to read Max and Gina story. I have been looking forward to this book for a long time...And what a great read it was. Love reading about Jules as always, and I am happy for Molly and Jones they got their happy ending.

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vloveg
May 18, 2012

(5 stars) I've been looking forward to this book for so long (ever since Over The Edge and Out Of Control)! The chronological bouncing about gave me a bit of a headache at first, but I eventually adapted. That aside, for all the intense situations in this book, I found myself laughing a LOT. I don't always love the heroines as much as I love the heroes, and maybe it's just because I've had longer (more books) to get to know them, but this time I do. There were so many great twists and turns, and I loved the endings given to Jones/Molly and Max/Gina (although I definitely hope to see them all again). Also, I loved how strong Jules was in this book and that he's feeling more hopeful about the future. Brockmann continues to delivers awesome characters and stories in her Troubleshooters series, and I'm anxious to read the next book!

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vloveg
May 18, 2012

(5 stars) I've been looking forward to this book for so long (ever since Over The Edge and Out Of Control)! The chronological bouncing about gave me a bit of a headache at first, but I eventually adapted. That aside, for all the intense situations in this book, I found myself laughing a LOT. I don't always love the heroines as much as I love the heroes, and maybe it's just because I've had longer (more books) to get to know them, but this time I do. There were so many great twists and turns, and I loved the endings given to Jones/Molly and Max/Gina (although I definitely hope to see them all again). Also, I loved how strong Jules was in this book and that he's feeling more hopeful about the future. Brockmann continues to delivers awesome characters and stories in her Troubleshooters series, and I'm anxious to read the next book!

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cjr2010
Feb 16, 2011

Excellent!!!

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booklady1 Aug 26, 2013

booklady1 thinks this title is suitable for 20 years and over

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booklady1 Aug 26, 2013

As commander of the nation’s most elite FBI counterterrorism unit, agent Max Bhagat leads by hard-driving example: pushing himself to the limit and beyond, taking no excuses, and putting absolutely nothing ahead of his work. That includes his deep feelings for Gina Vitagliano, the woman who won his admiration and his heart with her courage under fire. But when the shocking news reaches him that Gina has been killed in a terrorist bombing, nothing can keep Max from making a full investigation–and retribution–his top priority.

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booklady1 Aug 26, 2013

Violence: violence and intense scenes.

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booklady1 Aug 26, 2013

Wives wait but lady-friends leave. you better off having one then none.

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