Seal Chief Cosmo Richter is granted a leave to care for his mother
who had an accident and broke her wrists. He soon finds out
that his mother really doesn't need too much of his help. He
just couldn't stand not doing anything with the time off he was
granted. He could use it as a long overdue vacation.
However, Cosmo did not know the meaning of the word
Cosmo decided to pay a visit to Tom
Paoletti, an ex-Navy Seal who formed a security company named
Troubleshooters. Tom just happened to have a temporary
assignment for Cosmo. The assignment involved movie producer,
Jane Mercedes Chadwick. She hasn't quite finished her latest
movie yet but it seems to be drawing a great deal of
controversy. The movie is a World War II epic and portrays the
homosexuality of a real-life hero. The harassment soon turns
to death threats. Cosmo is sent to Los Angeles as part of the
security detail. The FBI is also involved and the
agent-in-charge is Jules Cassidy who is also an interesting part of
Cosmo and Jane aren't really alike in many
ways. Little by little, they start to develop a bond with each
other but still have a problem with trust. Could they be
falling in love? What will be the result of this dangerous,
temporary assignment for Cosmos?
Suzanne Brockmann has
written an excellent thriller. There are many subplots in the
story. Suzanne's writing technique will peak your interest
from the very first page and you won't want to stop reading.
The author also does an excellent job of incorporating some humor
throughout the dialogue of the book. There is plenty of
suspense and action for everyone!
REVIEWED BY NANCY
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