Suzanne Brockmann continues to impress me with her well written love stories featuring a diverse group of individuals. Jules' story with Robin is, to me, the feature story, and is amazingly done! Suzanne continues to create memorable characters that move from book to book, increasing the depth of the Troubleshooters world - which continues to be a microcosm of the real one.
Suzanne writes great love stories about people who may or may not be white, straight, or perfectly built - and the story isn't about any of those things exclusively, but those characteristics are built in seamlessly.
My house could have fallen down around me and I wouldn't have cared. This book is fabulous! I have been reading the books in the Troubleshooters series pretty much one after another for the last month or so, and this one has definitely moved up toward (if not to) the very top of my favorites list.
The story was great, with a very believable plot. Ric and Annie were both normal, down to earth likeable characters who you really WANTED to get together. I loved, loved, loved the development of the Robin/Jules romance. I know the gay romantic plot may put some people off, but I honestly thought it was done just right. I was definitely pulling for them to work out their issues and have their love conquer all.
I felt like I was watching a movie while reading this book. I was alternating between reading fast so I could see what happens next and reading slow (and rereading certain parts) because I wanted to savor every exciting, stressful, emotional and touching scene in the book. I didn't want it to end.
Loved this book! I was almost ecstatic to see Jules and Robin finally get their story told, even if it wasn't the main story line. I also truly enjoyed Ric and Annie and am waiting on pins and needles for the next book that comes out in November.
Cathy C. S. (Meowme) reviewed Force of Nature (Troubleshooters, Bk 11) (Large Print) on
This series is my favorite and this book was the best yet. Brockmann's characters are well written and even her support characters become friends. This is one of my favorite books of the series. I find myself rereading the series and see something new each time.
If you like the other books in this series, you will like this one. Keep in mind that the two main characters are both male, so if you do not want to read about this type of romance, I would not pick this book.