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The moment she spies the rugged hunk in the faded jeans at the airport, Ellen knows she should run for cover. Instead, she throws caution to the wind and plunges into a sizzling affair with the gorgeous cop. Between romantic dinners, sensual limo rides, and a perfect night of passion, Ellen is living every woman’s fantasy. Until she’s caught in the sights of a deranged stalker, and the divorced single mother is suddenly turning to N.Y.P.D. detective Sam Schaefer for her very survival.…Soon Sam’s taking a bullet meant for Ellen, and racing against time to stop a killer from hitting his target. Keeping Ellen safe will take everything he’s got. Earning her trust could be a mission impossible, as two wary hearts team up for a summer they’ll never forget—and a sizzling adventure that could get them both killed…or give them everything they’ve ever wanted.

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I love Suzanne Brockmann's books. Let's get that out of the way right there. You have to understand, I don't read romance books. Their predictable and shallow. Everyone is beautiful. The only problems are 'does he love me/do i love him' for 200-300 pages. However, her Troubleshooters series and the Tall, Dark, and Dangerous series tend to be more meaty. The characters don't always find true love at least not right away. And they have flaws. And some of them are beautiful but some aren't. Definitely not shallow fare.

So, I am crazy busy at work and trying to finish my own third novel (science-fiction, so not shallow) and decide to read something mindless but positive. Oh, good Suzanne Brockmann. I will try one of her more mainstream romance novels. It'll be a hoot.

Okay, the characters are beautiful. The plots, while not predictable, have a pre-ordained outcome in that the beautiful people are together by the end of the book. The difference is that somehow her writing elevates the story. I miss these people when I put down the book. I went through close to ten Suzanne Brockmann books in a row and loved every one of them and missed them when they were done. Am I a hopeless romantic. Not at all but I do appreciate writing that can take me out of my stressful life and make me feel good. I also appreciate writing that doesn't dull my own abilities as a writer. You can only use 'sumptuous' so many times in a book before I become a gibbering idiot. Brockmann doesn't do that. These books are clever, lively, and populated with flawed humans trying to find their way in a world they don't really get. Somehow they do and I am delighted to have been a part of it.
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Ellen Layne accompanies her uncle Bob (a famous talk-show host) to the airport to meet an elderly relative whose flight is delayed. To pass the time, she checks out the bookstore--and finds herself checking out a hot younger man there, as well. She's embarrassed when he catches her at it, but he's checking her out, too, and tries to get her telephone number. Ellen is tempted, but she's just in New York with her kids for the summer while she's still recovering from a painful divorce. She doesn't need the complication of a younger man, no matter how charming and alluring. She demurs, but fate throws them together again almost immediately.

Sam Schaefer is at the airport on one of his rare days off doing a favor for an old friend, the famous writer T.S. Harrison. Harrison was in discussions with Bob about writing his biography and had agreed to meet him at the airport without checking his calendar first. Realizing he had a family conflict, he enlisted Sam to fill in for him, resulting in a comical case of mistaken identity that Sam has a difficult time clearing up with Bob and his entourage, including Ellen. Ultimately, Sam ends up sharing a very long, steamy limo ride alone with Ellen. By the time they both reach their respective homes, Sam is determined to see more of Ellen, but Ellen decides she's far too vulnerable to the charms of an experienced ladies' man like Sam to risk losing her heart to him.

Once again, fate intervenes despite Ellen's intentions. When threatening letters and phone calls are sent to Bob's home where Ellen and her kids are staying, the real T.S. Harrison recommends his best friend, NYPD detective Sam Shaefer, to provide protection and identify the increasingly violent stalker. Sam's up for the job, and he's also determined to succeed in convincing Ellen that she's the woman for this ladies' man.

This is a solid 3-1/2 star read (3 stars is a good rating for me) with likeable leads and supporting characters, as well as a believable mystery for added tension. As another reviewer has noted, the book was initially published in 1997, but it stands up well and could easily be mistaken for a 2007 release (except for some issues with current airport security). At just over 200 pages, it's a short book, so there are some missed opportunities for character development and does conclude quickly with a few loose ends. But it is certainly recommended as a quick, enjoyable read--possibly while waiting in the airport.
It started with a case of mistaken identity; reclusive novelist TS Harrison sends childhood pal Sam to the JFK airport to meet talk show host Bob. Sam meets Bob's niece Ellen, a professor and aspiring actress who has brought her kids down to the city for the summer to try their luck at auditions. Sam doesn't have a chance to correct the mistake before Bob high tails it on his flight. When Sam and Ellen share a limo ride back to the city, she does something out of character, and gets hot and heavy in the back of the limo with the sexy stranger. When he calls and tries to see her again, she rebuffs him. She figures Sam is another heart breaker like her ex and is not prepared to lose her heart to him.

When Ellen reports threatening mail and phone calls to the police, Sam steps in to investigate (and is surprised to discover that she has children). While Bob may be the intended victim, Sam isn't ruling anyone out, as he protects Ellen's family from a stalker while also trying to prove that he's not such a ladies man after all.

Originally printed in limited as a bonus book in a publisher's special, Brockmann's once shelved story gets full print honors ten years later. Brockmann manages to maintain the secret of both the stalker and his intended victim until the end. It's an average stand alone novel, with some steamy passages, but is lacking in character and plot development like her later work. In fact, the back story of characters Sam and TS sound extremely familiar to Sam Starrett (from her SEAL/Team 16 series) and his childhood pal Noah, who plays a significant role in Brockmann's later novel "Gone Too Far." Maybe she got a chance to flesh "Sam" out after all.
Ladies' Man download epub
Women's Fiction
Author: Suzanne Brockmann
ISBN: 0440243653
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Women's Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Dell; Reprint edition (August 29, 2006)