Summary

Suzanne Brockmann, New York Times best-selling author of the pulse-pounding Troubleshooters series, has been hailed by USA Today as a "superstar of romantic suspense".
In this original short story, Brockmann returns with some of her most beloved characters from the Troubleshooters world: Izzy Zanella and his friends in US Navy SEAL Team Sixteen.
What should be an easy training jump for SEAL Team Sixteen goes horribly wrong, forcing Izzy Zanella to do what he does best: improvise - at 30,000 feet.
©2014 Suzanne Brockmann (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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2 out of 5 stars
By Connie on 31-03-15

Misleading

I thought this story was about Izzy saving the day. Nope, it's about Eden's little brother, her gay little brother, with all the "cut and paste" paragraphs we hear every time someone gay is mentioned. You know, the ones about how wonderful, insert name here, treats them because they're gay and special. I know that's not what SB is trying to do, but that is the impression I get from her words. Why not have a little more dialog between characters so we can hear how wonderful they are? And stop the moralizing, please! That's not a story, it's a sermon.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Randall R Spear on 28-01-15

Nice rhythm & simple story

Good vignette highlighting teamwork between SEAL team members and their families. Honesty, as well as acceptance and tolerance of diversity are major themes

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