Rescuing Bryn

Rescuing Bryn

by Susan Stoker
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Rescuing Bryn 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous 8 months ago
Susan Stoker has a gift of instilling her heroines with unusual yet compelling problems which they overcome with the love of a hood man. Susan also creates vulnerable alpha heroes who in turn overcome difficulties while falling in love with and rescuing his heroine in turn. Susan makes her characters so real and relatable I find myself devouring the story nonstop, damn sleep and work requirements. Thank heavens Susan writes quickly.
Anonymous 7 months ago
I've read all the books in this series and this was my least favorite. I didn't care for Bryn' s character at all. I found myself rolling my eyes at some of the things she did thinking no one is this stupid. Just my own opinion.
Anonymous 8 months ago
I loved this book. The quirkiness of Bryn and Dane is really great, it makes you love and want to be friends with them both. The situations that Ms Stocker characters get into are so relavent. It always great to know how the rest of the gang is doing. Pulling for Mary and Truck. Highly recommend this and all of Ms Stoker's books. Keep the stories coming. Mjw
Anonymous 8 months ago
I am a huge reader and this is the best military suspense romance I have read in a long time. It also jumped to the head of the line for favorite Susan Stoker books. Dane and Bryn are such well written and fully developed characters, I loved them with their quirks and complications. They meshed perfectly together. What a great read!
REKriss 9 months ago
Susan Stoker is the Author. Stella Bloom is the narrator. Stella does a great job (like always) narrating this book. This is the 6th book in Susan Stokers Delta Force Series. Dane Monroe was involved in a roadside bomb that not only killed his entire team, but also destroyed his arm. The Delta Team shows up and Truck saves Danes life. Dane's sense of self was destroyed along with his arm, Truck shows up periodically, talking Dane out of his head. While talking with Truck on the phone one night, Dane notices some crazy stalker chick. He goes up to her, in true man fashion, and enters his foot into his mouth. Bryn Heartwell is the crazy stalker chick (she is a certified genius, that spouts out random facts as they hit her head). She has noticed him for awhile at the grocery store she works at. She tries to help him from the background. After he chews her out, she quits her job...for him. After some minor drama, they end up getting together and Bryn gets fascinated with the Prepper Lifestyle. When Bryn gets into something, she can't stop until she has learned it all. This fascination with the lifestyle leads her to get kidnapped. In true Susan Stoker style, Dane has no clue where to find her. He puts some clues together and figures out where she is. Can he save her? Does he get his happy ending? Does he get his head out of his butt enough to figure out he needs her; that she makes him "normal"? This book kicks butt! Once you start it, you'll NEVER be able to put it down!!
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trosado 8 months ago
4+ Stars! I've only read two Susan Stoker books, but this one blew the previous book out of the water. Although there were some overdone elements to the story, I really enjoyed the main characters and plot. Not only was Bryn brainy, but she was definitely on the autistic spectrum (very high functioning.) She complimented the broken and broody military vet, Dane, perfectly. They were both aware of each other's quirks, as well as what they needed from each other to function well within a judgmental society. Bryn's obsessive quest for knowledge played well into the conflict and suspense. Overall, with the suspense and romance, it was an entertaining and satisfying read. (This is my voluntary and honest review of an advanced copy of Rescuing Bryn)
trosado 8 months ago
4+ Stars! I've only read two Susan Stoker books, but this one blew the previous book out of the water. Although there were some overdone elements to the story, I really enjoyed the main characters and plot. Not only was Bryn brainy, but she was definitely on the autistic spectrum (very high functioning.) She complimented the broken and broody military vet, Dane, perfectly. They were both aware of each other's quirks, as well as what they needed from each other to function well within a judgmental society. Bryn's obsessive quest for knowledge played well into the conflict and suspense. Overall, with the suspense and romance, it was an entertaining and satisfying read. (This is my voluntary and honest review of an advanced copy of Rescuing Bryn)
Sandy-thereadingcafe 8 months ago
RESCUING BRYN is the sixth installment in Susan Stoker’s contemporary, adult DELTA FORCE HEROES military, romantic, suspense series. This is Delta Force veteran Dane ‘Fish’ Munroe, and Bryn Hartwell’s story line. RESCUING BRYN can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. Any important information from the previous story lines is revealed where necessary. Many of the previous story line couples and characters cross-over for cohesion and familiarity. Told from dual third person perspectives (Bryn and Dane) RESCUING BRYN follows the building relationship between Bryn Hartwell, and Dane Munroe. Like most of Susan’s heroines, Bryn Hartwell has issues that prevent her from moving forward. Bryn has Asperger’s Syndrome- a subtype of Autism-and in this our heroine struggles with societal norms including the propensity to blurt out UBIs (useless bits of information) and ramble incessantly in both normal and awkward situations. Working the night shift at the local grocery store, Bryn discovers a man she believes is a kindred spirit in Dane Munroe, a wounded war veteran whose late night excursions find our heroine ‘keeping watch’ over the man that seemingly calls to her heart until the night Dane lets loose on an unsuspecting Bryn. Several days will pass before Bryn will, once again, cross paths with Dane Munroe-a drunk Dane who does not recognize our story line heroine. What ensues is the building relationship between our leading couple, and a potentially threatening situation when Bryn’s curiosity pulls her in a dangerous direction. Bryn Hartwell is a genius with Asperger’s tendencies. By the time she was sixteen years old, she had earned two undergraduate degrees, a graduate degree in physics, and had started on her PhD but our heroine’s lack of common sense is oft times a threat to her own safety. Dane Munroe not only lost his arm during his last mission in the Middle East to an IED but lost his entire team in the blink of an eye. Dane struggles with symptoms of PTSD and Bryn’s idiosyncrasies, like her curiosity with Dane, had our hero battling between his heart and his mind. The relationship between Bryn and Dane begins acrimoniously. Dane believes our heroine is a threat to his safety but it is Bryn’s own curiosity and need to help that will force a face-to-face confrontation between our leading couple. The sexual situations are passionate; the $ex scenes are limited and intense. There is a large ensemble cast of secondary and supporting characters including many of the previous story line characters and couples, as well as Dane’s rescuers Truck, Ghost, Fletch, Beatle, Blade and Hollywood. The world building focuses on Bryn’s Aspergers’ syndrome. The author has done an outstanding job of not only researching the symptoms of Bryn’s disorder but there is also a vast amount of additional information revealed about the numerous subjects that our heroine finds intriguing. Bryn’s curiosity will take our heroine into territory where she does not belong. RESCUING BRYN is a story of love and loss; friendship and healing; threats to the American way of life. The premise is sweet, seductive and sexy-Dane takes his time exploring his options with the woman that calls to his heart; the characters are charismatic, broken and colorful; the romance is endearing and seductive.
17939996 8 months ago
Once I started reading this book I couldn't stop. The story line is one that has you sad and happy all at the same time. It keeps your interest from page to page. Dane is suffering PTSD from having his whole team die in front of him and losing his arm. He moves to a small town to be away from people. Bryn is exceptionally intelligent and is always stating quirky facts. She notices small things Which sometimes can get her into trouble. Together they make an odd and unique pair. There is action, suspense, drama, romance and some humor. Bryn and Dane are both characters that you can't help but fall in love with. I think this is a must read and I look forward to read the next book in the series.
Linda__ 8 months ago
Loved! Another winner! I particularly liked how the author dealt with a disabled vet in a sensitive, but matter of fact way and normalized him.
Nicolerko 8 months ago
4.5 Stars I really enjoyed this installment of the Delta Force Heroes. Dane and Bryn couldn't have more perfect for one another. I loved how Bryn made Dane feel. He's still trying to move after what he went through overseas and he's struggling. Bryn had some quirks, but to me that makes her character so endearing. She's never met someone to accept her completely for herself until now. It's beautiful to watch Bryn and Dane booth blossom. The book packs a punch with the heat, heart, and suspense. I also liked build up for the next book.
ShadowcatRT 8 months ago
The sixth book in the Delta Force Heroes series, Rescuing Bryn is the next installment in a great series. And although each can be read as stand alone novels, reading the series gives the reader a clearer picture of Ms. Stokers world. Featuring Dane "Fish" Munroe, who I first met in Marrying Emily, a "combat modified" vet who meets Bryn Hartwell, a girl with a genius IQ who is a little lacking in the common sense department. As a couple, they click, complimenting each other. As with all of Susan Stoker's books there is a refreshing lack of senseless drama and the characters react much the way you would expect in the real world and I simply love all the random trivia that Bryn spouts when she's nervous. This is a fast paced book that draws the reader in and hangs on till the last page. (Rec. ARC for honest review)