FRISCO'S KID

FRISCO'S KID

by Suzanne Brockmann

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781460396933
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 05/16/2016
Series: Tall, Dark and Dangerous Series
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 108,541
File size: 501 KB

About the Author

Suzanne Brockmann is an award-winning author of more than fifty books and is widely recognized as one of the leading voices in romantic suspense. Her work has earned her repeated appearances on the New York Times bestseller list, as well as numerous awards, including Romance Writers of America’s #1 Favorite Book of the Year and two RITA awards. Suzanne divides her time between Siesta Key and Boston. Visit her at www.SuzanneBrockmann.com.

Hometown:

Boston, MA

Date of Birth:

1960

Education:

Attended Boston University

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Frisco's Kid (Tall, Dark and Dangerous Series #3) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 41 reviews.
LoriTori on LibraryThing 18 days ago
This one was difficult to read and not due to the writing. It is always hard to handle a disability, but in this case you have a guy that has been a SEAL and a hero trying to cope, but not seeing himself as not entirely whole. In steps, Mia and she wants to help, but still sees him as capable. As well as a neice that needs him.
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beckymmoe More than 1 year ago
Not realizing this was part of a series until Joe "Cat" Catalano (from Brockmann's Prince Joe) showed up, I read book three in the Tall, Dark and Dangerous series before book two. However, Brockmann wrote it so that it could stand on its own, so it wasn't a huge deal. Frisco's Kid tells the story of Alan "Frisco" Francisco, former member of Navy SEAL Team Ten's Alpha Squad. As the novel starts, Alan, who was badly injured in an op five years before that has left him with a mangled knee, a cane, and a deep sense of hostility toward the world, learns that he is about to lose his spot in the VA facility where he's been trying to get back into SEAL-worthy shape. Within forty-eight hours, Frisco is back in the civilian world, has done an amazing job of alienating his attractive peace-loving neighbor Mia Summerton, and finds himself acting as guardian for his five-year-old neice Natasha, whom he hasn't seen since the day she was born...just before he suffered his dibilitating injury. Frisco's Kid was an engrossing read. You could really feel Frisco's pain, both emotional and physical. Even when you wanted to clobber him over the head for being so blind, idiotic, and stubborn, you felt his pain. It was believeable. Having to completely change your expectations for your life is hard, even for--maybe even especially for--someone who is physically so strong. Mia's character was just amazing. She is a high school teacher in a tough, urban school, and even though you don't actually see her in the classroom (the novel takes place during summer break) you really get a sense of how much she cares about her students when seeing how she interacts with her neighbor and former student Thomas as well as with Frisco and Natasha. I really enjoyed their story, and will definitely read others in the series.
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