Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Starred Review. In the powerful 16th BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Suzanne Brockmann’s Born to Darkness. When Eden Gillman needed someone most, Navy SEAL Izzy Zanella. When Eden Gillman needed someone most, Navy SEAL Izzy Zanella was always there for her—offering a place to stay and a shoulder to cry on. And when. Breaking the Rules (Troubleshooters, book 16) by Suzanne Brockmann – book cover, description, publication history.
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We try to create this place that’s supposed to make us feel happy or skzanne, when in truth it’s the people who are around us brocknann matter. Besides, I like to be wined and dined before I have my way with myself. Have the subplot be really, really annoying, and have it go nowhere until the VERY end. I probably won’t rush out for the next one though. There were also a few elements that were left dangling which pertained to their relationship during the time they were apart that seemed as if the author didn’t know what to do with gules she had set up in other books so basically glossed over them.
Was it a kiss off? A little breakking believable, but still lovable, and still workable. All the better to GRIP onto said shoulders! Fans know to expect that SB has her views about certain subjects, and as expected, she works them into the storyline. Return to Book Page. But at the end of the book, you can see these two with a common goal came to an understanding, and I can see them as actually being friends! I will miss this series, but even if she writes more I may be finished after reading this one.
Brockmann does a great job of bringing characters back from other books.
AND, have her say “I hate you” to her hero over and over, like a little kid. But in my opinion Ms.
Have her cry while she’s being a witch so no one can get mad at her for said witchiness. What right does he have??? Max was all angsty in love with Gina. I thought there would be some growth with Eden but I thought her treatment of Izzy was still bad. Izzy and Eden, along with Dan and his girlfriend Jenni, band together to help Ben when he gets mixed up with some nefarious criminals.
Breaking the Rules
That is, for me, the main reason this wasn’t a 5 star read. Added to that was a weird subplot about a child-prostitution-slavery ring that contributed to the downer vibe. Jenn and her self doubts I highly recommend this series to those that love hot yummy heroes meeting their one true love including hot love scenes combined with a suspenseful and adventurous plot.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. When they did finally trust each other enough to accept the other loved them, the scenes were very short encompassing a few sentences, maybe 20 all told. I understand that Ben has had a less than idyllic childhood and has for the most part, raised himself with some help from Eden, but he’s still a teenager.
Breaking the Rules (Troubleshooters, book 16) by Suzanne Brockmann
I love that about her books. This was her love story to him, and he shined. View all 12 comments.
See 1 question about Breaking the Rules…. Is it in some rule-book? I want to adopt her haha. I do get why he loves her.
Book review: Suzanne Brockmann’s *Breaking the Rules (Troubleshooters)*
So fans of the TroubleshootersI think you should like this one. Hero number two, Dan, I never liked. May 21, Shawna rated it really liked it Recommends it for: We might have to wait awhile for that, because this is the last Troubleshooters story for now.
Maybe give them a few moments of nice, smart, kindness, but then forget it! But the miscommunication between these two is a killer as their lack of trust in each other almost does them in. Then I’ll separate some spoilerish things below. But beyond that, I was just not interested in the depressing domestic drama with the unrelentingly downtrodden, Hurricane Katrina displaced Gillman clan complete with an abusive step-father, disinterested mother, and a gay-diabetic bullied brother.
Continue the theme of Heroine 1 throwing pity parties for herself, and have this lead to the hero apologizing to bteaking some more.
Breaking the Rules: A Novel
Breaking the Rules follows two couples and their ups and downs as they find themselves drawn into a complex situation–trying to remove an adolescent boy from his awful parents, and trying to rescue a shy and terrified victim of trafficking for prostitution.
Fans of SB’s Troubleshooters. He turned his back on the whole situation.