Headed for Trouble

Headed for Trouble New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann whom USA Today calls the reigning queen of military suspense breaks out a rapid fire collection of pulse pounding heart tugging stories and novel

  • Title: Headed for Trouble
  • Author: Suzanne Brockmann
  • ISBN: 9780345521255
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann, whom USA Today calls the reigning queen of military suspense, breaks out a rapid fire collection of pulse pounding, heart tugging stories and novellas featuring the intrepid men and women of Troubleshooters Inc fiction s hottest ultimate counterterrorism squad Tough as nails Troubleshooters operative Sam StarreNew York Times bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann, whom USA Today calls the reigning queen of military suspense, breaks out a rapid fire collection of pulse pounding, heart tugging stories and novellas featuring the intrepid men and women of Troubleshooters Inc fiction s hottest ultimate counterterrorism squad Tough as nails Troubleshooters operative Sam Starrett learns the agony of loving someone in danger and the hell of waiting on the home front as his wife, Alyssa, hurtles into a foreign hotspot that s about to boil over Navy SEAL Frank O Leary s ill fated holiday reunion with his older brother takes a turn for the better when a chance encounter on a rainy New Orleans street gives Frank a reason to be thankful after all In a maze of tunnels deep beneath a military base in Germany, Jules Cassidy, Alyssa Locke, and their comrades in arms match wits with terrorists on a mission with explosive consequences Plus never before released adventures featuring Jenk, Izzy, Gillman, Lopez, Kenny, Savannah, and other members of SEAL Team 16 along with Suzanne Brockmann s exclusive interviews with her beloved characters Looking for the best kind of trouble You ve found it

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    1. Headed for Trouble is a collection of vignettes and short stories featuring some of the large cast of the Troubleshooters series.I've always been a big fan of the Troubleshooters, beginning with The Unsung Hero which was probably one of my early military romantic suspense stories. I have my favourite characters (and their stories), though only some made it into this collection. Notably one Irving "Izzy" Zanella and the other 'boys', Jenk, Gillman and Lopez, who feature in a couple of great vigne [...]

    2. Well, I gave it a REALLY good try, but after getting to 51%, I just finally gave up. And I hate to do that because I always finish books but this one was truly boring to me. And I don't honestly think it was because I hadn't read any of the other bookster reading these little shorts, I don't think this series would be my cup of tea period. It was classified as "romance" in Netgalley, and I guess it kind of was, but to me, there just wasn't enough romance (and no sex scenes, at least in the ones [...]

    3. Suzanne Brockmann is a popular romance and romantic suspense author. In my opinion, her Troubleshooters books are unique in the romantic suspense genre. Suz’s books have romance, the sweetness of meeting someone and connecting, some sexy steam and a great happily ever after. So for readers looking for that – Brockmann offers this. But she offers so much more. Headed for Trouble is a continuation of the Troubleshooters series; it contains short stories and novellas revolving around characters [...]

    4. If you're a fan of the Troubleshooters Series and you've read all the books and haven't yet picked up Headed for Trouble then you're missing out big time. Never before have I read a book like this, that is all about the fans. This book is filled with little snippets of our beloved characters, those side or back stories that took place when another major event happened. My emotions ran the gamete while reading this book. I cried, laughed and then cried happy tears. There were several short stores [...]

    5. This is a mixed bag of short stories involving characters from Suzanne Brockmann's Troubleshooters series. I've read some of them before since they were published as extras in her full-length stories. There are a couple of original stories and some interviews involving characters and the author. If you're a fan of the Troubleshooters series and a fan of short stories, you'll enjoy this book. My rating: 3.5 Stars.

    6. A Bit of BackgroundIf you haven't read Suzanne Brockmann's Troubleshooters series, you're missing out on THE most exciting romantic suspense stories out there involving Navy SEALS and security operatives. Troubleshooters, Inc. is the name of the security firm launched by the former commander of SEAL Team Sixteen. Many of their assignments are a collaboration with Navy SEALs and the FBI and there are 16 amazing full length books in the series. The Set UpThe last full length book in the series was [...]

    7. More Troubleshooters?!! Wow, I so didn't see this coming. Sounds like it may be one big epilogue for all? We will see. Count me in.

    8. ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review I loved the Troubleshooters series. I love Suzanne Brockmann.I do not love this book.It was okay. Too cluttered for my tastes. It is a series of short stories about all 16 from the previous books. It was supposed to give us a bit more insight into their lives, but I just felt it was forced. I didn't feel any of the magic of the originals. The cover is misleading. I was disappointed. There wasn't any substance I felt. Overall it took me 4 days to fin [...]

    9. The more more substantial stories were okay, although I'd read some of them elsewhere. The shorter ones were pretty weak. Some of the items included weren't really stories. Brockmann's idea of having an author "interview" with her characters or be discussed by the characters works fine as cutesy way discussing the writing process, but doesn't work from a story-telling perspective. Overall, I felt like she was struggling to come up with enough material to reach book length. But given how many mul [...]

    10. Audiobook read by Patrick Lawlor and Melanie Ewbank. I split the audio into the individual stories/interviews/etc so will list the running time as I split it. This list is also in the order as presented in the audio version. I think anyone interested in this book/audio should have read or listened to the entire Troubleshooters series first. Many of these shorts have been available for some time but I believe this is the first time they are available via audio. I have enjoyed Patrick Lawlor and M [...]

    11. You know how in a series you'll get a snippet of something that happened off the pages, like 'Sam plans to take Gina, Robin and the kids on a vacation' but you don't get to read it? Well in this book we got all these little side quick looks into events that happened over the course of the Troubleshooters books. Plus, we got interviews with specific characters. Suzanne interviews Tom and Kelly, Suzanne interviews Savannah and Ken, Suzanne interviews Izzy, Jenk, Lopez and Gillman (one of my favori [...]

    12. If you are a fan of Suzanne Brockmann’s Troubleshooters series then this book is an absolute must have. I am fairly new to the series so to be honest this book was not really made for me. This book is made for fans which I think is really nice. Headed For Trouble is an anthology of short stories from the Troubleshooters series, each story is about well-known characters and couples. This book doesn’t only contain stories there are also character interviews and some really nice and informative [...]

    13. As a wrap up to the Troubleshooters series - It wasn't. The stories were fun and the one about Frank O'Leary made me cry. The one with Izzy and the guys made me laugh out loud. The interviews were funny and the story about Shane made me dig out Born to Darkness to read sooner rather than later. I love Suzanne Brockmann and will read anything she writes, even when she is standing on her soapbox doing it.

    14. It's a collection of interviews and short stories based on our favorite boys and girls. My favorite story was Arlene's, Will Schroeder's sister and Maggie's mom. She was previously mentioned inAll Through The Night. It was so poignant, and heart-breaking and sweet. Always good to see the fan faves: Alyssa and Sam, Robin and Jules, and Max and Gina.

    15. It was nice to have all of the shorts, plus some new ones, all in the same place. There were some stories that I missed because back when they came out I wasn't able to access them due to accessibility issues. But, hey I loved them and my desire to read the entire series has gotten a bit harder to ignore.

    16. (June) I think a 3* is a bit generous - and if you've never ventured into the world of Seal Team 16 and the Troubleshooters, this book is truly pointless, so don't bother. If you love the world created by SB, then this book is a nice way to revisit some of the best characters created in romantic suspense. However, as most of what is in here has been available for free in either promo books or at the backs of other books, paying for this is a bit of a waste. The introduction and timeline were won [...]

    17. I suppose this collection of short stories won't be as signifant if you aren’t a fan of the successful Navy Seal Team Sixteen & Troubleshooters series. Pretty much a decade ago I fell in love with Suz Brockmann’s books; particularly the earlier books in the TS series are spectacular. All her characters, whether they are a navy seal, a high ranking officer, a helicopter pilot, a journalist, an intelligence officer, etc. All of them are endearing, strong, and passionate and honest. The fem [...]

    18. Thanks to Ballantine Books and Edelweiss for providing me with the review copyOh Suzanne, how I have missed thee ;) It was a sad day when I finished the last few pages of Breaking the Rules (#16 in the series), because I knew that it would be the last one (at least for a while). There would be no more yearly anticipation for the release of the new book in the series and then the torture that I put myself through before letting myself read it (because I knew that once I started, I just wouldn’t [...]

    19. KcLu‘s review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews4.5 StarsGoodness this is kind of a hard review to write. I have to say that Suzanne Brockman really wrote this book for the fans of her Troubleshooters. So instead of just doing a review of individual stories in this book and giving away their greatness, I’m going to tell you guys about this great series.The Troubleshooters series centers on Navy SEAL team 16 and Troubleshooters INC. These are true alpha males of the biggest order!! I kno [...]

    20. If you're a Troubleshooters groupie you may have already read many of the 14 short stories, vignettes, character interviews and notes from Suz that make up "Headed for Trouble." But having them all together in one package makes this book one for the keeper shelf! The one new short story "A Seal and Three Babies" featuring Sam and Alyssa, Jules and Robin, Gina and Max, and their families, is in itself absolutely worth the price of the book. The story is about 30 pages and manages to pack in a rea [...]

    21. ARC provided by Net GalleyIf you are looking for a full-length novel, HEADED FOR TROUBLE IS NOT THAT. Instead, it is a behind-the scenes look at Brockmann's characters from her Troubleshooter series. That being said--Suzanne Brockmann is the reason why I am addicted to military romance. She writes such strong characters with a realism that is sometimes lacking in the fictional world. And I have come to adore her Troubleshooters series with a borderline obsessiveness. The Troubleshooters series i [...]

    22. Solid 4 stars!RECOMMENDED FOR: True Troubleshooter fansThis book is so packed full of "extras", it definitely feels like more than an anthology almost like a few additional "last" books. There's something in here for everyone, but it's all about the FANS!And bless her heart, but Ms. Brockmann even gave us a timeline, so we could neatly fit all these "extras" into the overall timeline of the Troubleshooters series.Just wish that she'd given us updates on EVERYONE - a quick blurb, especially on th [...]

    23. 4 StarsHeaded for troubleis a collection of short stories with the main characters from troubleshooters series and how their life has developed after we read their stories in the previous books.This book definitely can't be read as a stand alone, as you won't understand wot's going on, and will be such a shame cause are so many great characters in this series.I must admit, i quite enjoyed this book even if they were only short stories, a big deference from the main books from the series which th [...]

    24. Headed for Trouble is a magnificent collection of short stories giving us further back ground on characters that we’ve come to love from the Troubleshooters Series. Quick short reads that are packed with heart, romance and action! I am so glad I read this fabulous collection… it gave me a greater appreciation and insight into the lives of Suzanne Brockmann’s characters. Don’t miss out, any Troubleshooter fan needs to read these stories. If you haven’t read her books before, Headed for [...]

    25. I'd read most (but not all) of these stories, but I knew that going into this anthology, so it didn't bother me. I'm actually puzzled by people who seemed surprised to discover this was an anthology, since it seems clear in the description. But for me, there was no surprise. I enjoyed re-reading the stories I'd read before, enjoyed re-visiting characters who have starred in some of my very favorite books over the years. And the interviews were kind of fun, too. I'm not sure which stories were ne [...]

    26. Listened to audio & loved it! I love this series anyway, and it was wonderful to visit some of the characters again, as well as to learn more about characters that were previously only mentioned. Made me want to re-read series, or at least some of it!

    27. Wonderful collection of short stories that give you a chance to catch up with some of your favourite characters. They were like getting a sneak peek into the loves and lives of both some of the major and minor characters.

    28. This was a fun book of short stories, though a bit heavy on stories about Sam waiting for Alyssa while she was in dangerous places.

    29. Ok, this definitely shouldn't be read as a standalone but I thought what the hell -I'd wanted to read this series so decided to start with a collection of stories set in the world of the Troubleshooters. And I have to say that I'm really glad I did, although I'm pretty sure my bank balance isn't! I really enjoyed the insights in to the characters lives, and although I had no basis on which to understand how they came together or what had happened to them in the past, I felt like I could connect [...]

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