Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Dark of Night by Suzanne Brockmann

Dark of Night (Troubleshooters #14) Dark of Night by Suzanne Brockmann

My review

rating: 5 of 5 stars
This was yet another great book from Brockmann. Thrills are had. Love scenes are both hot and tender. The Decker/Sophia/Malkoff triangle is resolved beautifully. The alpha males shine as usual. The tough heroines show their strength.

Sam gives good marital advice. (Who'd a thunk it?). In fact, there is a whole lot of reflection in the book about what a good relationship is. Interesting points of view from many characters. I think this stems from the idea that Sophia "settles" for her HEA. SETTLES? Gimme that relationship! Sophia no more settles than the Troubleshooting males relinquish their manliness.

Missing from the book was a lot of male banter and bonding that shows up in so many other books. This one was all about romantic relationships. And fine ones they are. I confess I am looking forward to a bit more banter in the next installment. The relationship between the men only enhances the books.

I usually see hints in the book about the next pairing. There may be one in there somewhere and I missed it. It's ok. I can't wait for the next one!

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