OUT OF CONTROL
by Suzanne Brockmann

March 2002
ISBN: 0-8041-1971-6
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Savannah von Hopf wants Ken "WildCard" Karmody and needs him to rescue her uncle from terrorists.


Most readers and fans of Suzanne Brockmann's have been eagerly awaiting this latest release for another glimpse of Sam and Alyssa's story or even for more of Max Bhagat. Not surprising, Suzanne Brockmann managed to provide us with another enthralling and yes frustrating episode of their lives. More interestingly though, she went on to create new story lines - bringing the total to four of them!!! - just as fascinating, if not even more so.


Once more Alyssa has to deal with Sam (and his new family!), but now there is Max in the picture, too.


Out Of Control satisfies on every level. It's mainstream enough to appeal to readers of romantic action adventures, but still with all the necessary elements to make it worth it for any romance lover.


Think Romancing The Stone, James Bond, Indiana Jones, African Queen, and big summer blockbuster movies. With its brilliant cast, exotic locations, dynamic action scenes and sizzling sex, Suzanne Brockmann proves to be a writer unafraid of delivering stories, which are big, dangerous and sexy.


Outlaw, rebel, criminal? Mr. Jones is willing to risk his life for the older missionary Molly Anderson.


The scenes Suzanne Brockmann creates, the pictures she puts in the readers' head are of the most vivid colors, alluring sounds, and intoxicating smells. She takes hold of your imagination, plants a story of such richness and vivaciousness; it will take a long time, maybe even forever to fade.


Out Of Control's message is of inner strengths and courage, courage to trust, to love, to do the right thing and to believe in oneself. As usual Suzanne Brockmann's characters are strong. All of them. They might have had to go through physical and emotional tortures but grew into caring individuals that have a love for themselves, for life and for others.


Rose Reiner and Hank von Hopf, two spies on a mission to save their country without losing sight of love and happiness.


No surprise here, once more Suzanne Brockmann has delivered a winner. I found myself emotionally satisfied and very happy when finishing the book but I'm already craving the next installment. Some things just don't change, my addiction to Suzanne Brockmann's Navy Seals definitely won't. Not for a very long time!


Reviewed in March 2002 by Kris Alice.

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