Out of Control
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 27th 2005
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Troubleshooters (#4)
This series looks like to be hit-and-miss for me. There are characters and plot lines that are interesting, and sometimes grow to be even more interesting through time, and there are characters that failed to leave a good impression the first time around, and their story suffers because of it. Ken "...
As much as I enjoyed most of the Troubleshooters stories to date, OUT OF CONTROL has me laughing out loud more than most. I'd always found Wild Card's ADD inability to pick up on social cues a little annoying, but Brockman made me fallin in love with him without tempering his wild side.
Mouthy bad boys, spunky chicks, adventure and romance - what's not to love? I think that the tone of this book was pretty great. My big bump was that there were way too many times when the characters felt like crying. But overall, it was a hell of a lot of fun.
I enjoyed this book much more than the previous Troubleshooters books I've read. The execution of the WWII story was incredibly better as well. I was so much more into the characters too.
Buddy read with Wendy F.The Troubleshooter Series just keeps getting better and better as they progress. I'm hooked. Call me a fan of Brockmann from this moment forward.“A flying bookstore.” Molly smiled at him. “Be still my heart.”In Out of Control we are again given not one, not two but three love...