This is another great book in Brockmann's TDD series. It is a wonderful romance between a SEAL and an agent for FINCOM.
Harvard and P.J. are well rounded characters. They absolutely belong together, especially after she gets through to him-the big, strong, touch guy that she is not "the little woman" who needs his protection.
This may be my favorite yet in the Tall, Dark and Dangerous series! "Harvard" is the senior chief of the SEALs assigned to train some FInCOM agents in counter-terrorism tactics. P. J. Richards is a beautiful female sharpshooter who always has to perform better than the men to even make the team. The last thing she's looking for is an overprotective man who thinks women don't belong in combat situations. And yet, as Harvard follows her friends only rule, they actually do become friends, eventual lovers, and work together as a team in an intense hostile situation. Good family background stories for both, great action sequences, and characters from other books in the series. I couldn't put it down!