Tall, Dark & Dangerous/SEAL Team Ten #12
New, never before published, full-length novel
First published May 2018
Navy SEAL Lieutenant Jim “Spaceman” Slade’s got a problem. A SEAL Team is only as fast as its slowest member—and right now, thanks to his battered knees—that’s Jim. He reluctantly takes medical leave, but he’s a SEAL, so he spends his “vacation” as an instructor, helping out a former Senior Chief who runs a camp for SEAL wannabes. But to Jim’s shock, he finds himself falling for the one woman attending the camp session—an obviously brilliant but seemingly timid lawyer who is determined to do everything her way, no matter how wrong.
Ashley DeWitt’s got a problem, too. She’s a kickass lawyer, but when it comes to her personal life, she’s a total pushover. When she finds herself hiding behind her condo Dumpster to avoid a confrontation with an ex, she decides enough is enough and signs up for a session at a camp called SEAL World, in hopes she’ll discover how to be more assertive outside of the courtroom. And then she’s assigned to Jim’s team…
When an alpha male—smart, funny, strong, but terrified of a future trapped behind a desk—collides with a smart, funny, and quietly strong woman with a troubled past, sparks fly hot and fast.
The tall, dark, and dangerous Navy SEALs of Team Ten are back, with reader favorites like Lucky, Joe Cat, Bobby Taylor and his wife Colleen, Thomas King, Rio Rosetti—and with Suzanne Brockmann’s signature blend of love, laughter, and a hint of danger in SEAL Camp. (60,000 words or 200 pages)
When I received the newsletter from Suzanne Brockmann announcing her brand new release, SEAL Camp, a flutter of excitement (Okay, more like a squeal) erupted from my chest.
I hopped on over to Amazon and bought a copy with the plan of reading it as soon as I finished my current book. Yeah, that didn’t last for long 🙂
When Lieutenant Jim Slade is forced into downtime because of damaged knees, he reluctantly agrees to become an instructor at his former Senior Chief’s new business, SEAL Camp- a place where corporate types can go to try their hand at a toned down version of BUD/s training for a week.
He doesn’t expect to run into a woman out there- beautiful, but timid lawyer Ashley DeWitt.
Ashley is tired of her pushover attitude and hopes the camp will teach her how to be more assertive. She doesn’t expect her tall, dark, and dangerously handsome SEAL instructor to also be smart, funny, and vulnerable.
Can two people with serious issues learn they’re stronger than they think? Strong enough to give romance a chance?
There’s no one better than Suzanne Brockmann for creating relatable heroes. Readers can’t help but fall in love with them and the heroines who open their guarded hearts.
I give SEAL Camp 5+ lovely kisses- And urge you to read Suzanne Brockmann, you won’t regret it!!