An exclusive short story featuring characters from the Troubleshooters series.
Tony Vlachic, a ruggedly handsome Navy SEAL, has kept his sexuality a secret for years under the threat of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell". That is until he meets Adam Wyndham, a charismatic yet troubled film star. Tony knows that by approaching Adam in front of his teammates, he's jeopardizing his military career. And Adam, nursing a broken heart, has no interest in a relationship. Still, neither man can deny their instant attraction.
Tony didn't become a SEAL by accepting rejection, and his pursuit of Adam leads to one unforgettable night. But the next morning, Tony is ordered to ship out to Afghanistan, and he's forced to leave Adam with too much left unsaid. As Tony enters a dangerous war zone, Adam, back in Los Angeles, struggles with the demons of his past while dealing with the very real possibility that Tony could be killed in action. Half a world apart, both men must face their feelings for each other - and decide if what they've found is worth risking everything for in the name of love.
Also included is an excerpt from Suzanne Brockmann's Hot Target.
This novella is an installment in Brockmann's Troubleshooters Series that covers the beginning of Tony & Adam's relationship. I like the expanding & linking of the story of two of her characters. Because I'm not gay, I would not have purchased as a stand-alone book. I do, however, support the author & story because I believe in love. In all it's positive, supportive, fulfilling manifestations. "Above all, there is love". Lawlor has been with the series from the beginning and has become its voice.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would recommend because. I love Suzanne Brockmann, a awesome writer and great stories. I love this book and the characters. I love happy endings, especially about two gay men.
What did you like best about this story?
The connection between Tony & Adam, and the love at first site.
Which scene was your favorite?
The ending when Adam goes to Tony hospital bed.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, I did listen to it in one setting just as I first read it in one setting. All Suzanne's books are like that.
Any additional comments?
I just want to keep saying I love Suzanne's books, they are great and the narrator of this book did a great job.