Book review: Into the Night by Suzanne Brockmann

Into the Night (Troubleshooters, #5)Into the Night by Suzanne Brockmann

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I’ve enjoyed Suzanne Brockmann’s romances with Navy SEALS as heroes. They are wonderful mind candy reads where you know how the story will end (happily, of course, which I don’t think is a spoiler), and it’s just a question of how the hero and heroine get there.
“Into the Night” was not quite up to the author’s usual standards. There was a bit too much angst by both the hero and heroine (over the age difference between them–the heroine is older, which I did like as atypical of romances, but there was so much unconvincing drama over it– and their respective careers and several other rather uninteresting issues.)
The plot was actually quite good, with an unexpected twist at the end, and the tension was well-paced as the story reached its climax.
I liked the book well enough, although I didn’t think it was one of the author’s better efforts. Still, as a fun, relaxing read, this book works quite well.

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