Flashpoint (Troubleshooters, #7) by Suzanne BrockmannIm not going to lie. I was a little ticked off with Suzanne Brockmann for not giving me Maxs story next. I desperately need to get to Max and she threw Nash and Decker at me first and I didnt even care. I was tempted to book skip because MAX, but I didnt. Well, as almost always, I was all sorts of wrong. This book was highly entertaining and I couldnt 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 wasnt with this. Ive always enjoyed that component in this series but I have to say that I didnt really miss it in this book. Another difference was that we really didnt get to see much of the other boys, you know, like Sam and lets say...Max. ;) 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 hes a calm leader who always tries to do the right thing, until he doesnt.
Like all the other books in the series, this was suspenseful, sexy, a little heart-tugging, and fun. These arent WOW books but they are completely addictive and I highly recommend them.
Its first episode was aired on July 11, Flashpoint follows the lives of several operators working for an elite police tactical unit known as the Strategic Response Unit, which is called in by regular police to resolve situations beyond their control. By the end of December , only nine of the 13 episodes produced during the series' first season had been aired in North America, although all 13 episodes had been aired by New Zealand's TVNZ TV2 as of December 10, In North America, the four remaining episodes of Season 1 were aired in January and February ; in North America, CBS and CTV initially billed these episodes as part of Season 2, rather than as part of their intended season, Season 1, as was done in international markets. The first nine of these new episodes, combined with the four holdover episodes from were aired as Season 2 in North America.
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Flashpoint: We Take Care of Our Own
In this episode are so many things I wanted to write about that I don't know how many chapters this story will actually get. Depends on how much you like it. So in the first chapter we will not be on the bridge with Sam, this is going to take place in chapter Maybe the beginning is a little lame but please let me know what you think and if you like it. I can promise chapter 2 is going to be intense!
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Subject's in sight. We are in pursuit heading South on cherry street. We need back up. On our way. Sergeant Robert Gray, step out of the vehicle! Hands where we can see them!