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Tall, Dark and Dangerous Books In Order

Publication Order of Tall, Dark And Dangerous Books

Prince Joe (1996) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Forever Blue (1996) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Frisco's Kid (1996) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Everyday, Average Jones (1998) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Harvard's Education (1998) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear (1998) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Admiral's Bride (1999) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Identity: Unknown (1999) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Get Lucky (2000) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Taylor's Temptation (2001) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Night Watch (2003) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

After realizing that she was not going to accomplish her childhood dreams of becoming a starship captain, author Suzanne Brockman decided to channel somewhere else, the fascination that she has always had with military men, as well as the respect that she has always had towards men and women who serve and ultimately became a bestselling romance author. In less than twenty-five years, Suzanne Brockman has managed to pen fifty-five novels including the bestselling Trouble Shooter series, which revolved around heroes who served as Navy Seals. Brockman’s favorite character is Jules Cassidy, a gay FBI agent who apart from winning a happily ever after also marries the man of his dreams. All Through the Night is the title of the novel, which became the very first mainstream with a hero to hit the New York Times bestseller’s list.

In 2007, Suzanne Brockman donated all the earnings that she received from All Through the Night to Mass Equality, to ensure that she wins the fight against the preservation of equal marriage rights. Ever since Suzanne exploded into the publishing scenes, she quickly became a recognized voice in the field of romantic suspense through her radiantly written romance mysteries. Brockman’s work has been featured on several occasions in the New York Times and USA Today, bestseller’s list and several other awards including Romance Writers of America, and Romantic Times Reviewer’s Awards. Currently, Suzanne Brockman is married to Ed Gaffney, a book writer and scriptwriter as well. Brockman and Ed Gaffney were blessed with two children, Melanie and Jason who are now fully grown. Melanie is a novelist and personal trailer while Jason, on the other hand, is a producer, actor, and screenwriter.

Apart from churning books out, Suzanne Brockman has also been the co-producer of numerous feature-length movies, romantic comedies such as the Perfect Wedding, which she wrote alongside Jason and Ed and an upcoming thriller, the Russian Doll.

Tall, Dark and Dangerous Best Books
Prince Joe
Prince Joe is the first installment in the Tall, Dark and Handsome book series. In Prince Joe, author Suzanne Brockman introduces the readers to Joe Catalanotto, who is a Navy Seal. As one of the top Navy Seals in the country, Joe has been given the task of impersonating the prince of Ustanzia, who during a tour in the United States, was almost assassinated. Veronica is contracted to teach Joe how not only to look, but also act like a prince. Due to the fact that Joe comes from the wrong side, this is no mean feat. However, as Veronica, would, later on, come to learn, Joe Catalanotto is a quick learner. From the first time that Veronica and Joe met, Joe wanted to kick things off from the word go, while Veronica, on the other hand, found Joe quite attractive. However, many at times Joe used to get on her nerves from time to time.

Despite the fact fact Joe was attracted to Veronica, Joe is still not happy about the assignment, mainly because he hates Tedric. Many years ago, Tedric’s stubbornness and uncooperative egotism, eventually lead to the near death of a member of their seal team. However, due to the fact that Joe many at times put his country ahead, and follows orders to the latter, he decides to be a part of the extremely delicate assignment. Veronica informs Joe that she is going to be a part of his training and physical makeover concerning Tedric’s mannerism and speech patterns. The task is extremely difficult because it has to be accomplished in less than three days. Veronica is quite doubtful that they will be successful, however, Joe, on the other hand, is confidently unconcerned, and his rather uncaring attitude annoys Veronica.

Slowly, Joe and Veronica begin to feel the pull and eventually end up in a rather blossoming relationship. With that said, Joe Catalanotto is a very likable character, who apart from being an extremely tough alpha male, also has a rather soft side. Irrespective of the fact as to whether the readers are fans of teary-eyed heroes, their hearts are definitely going to break down for Joe because he wanted to be with Veronica. Veronica, on the other hand, is quite a descent heroine and quite likable.

Forever Blue
Forever Blue is the second installment in the Tall, Dark and Dangerous book series. In Forever Blue, author Suzanne Brockman narrates the story of one Carter McCoy, also known as Blue. Just like Prince Joe, Forever Blue is short and super addictive. However, despite being the second installment in the Tall, Dark and Dangerous book series, the narrative is not a continuation of Prince Joe but rather a different story. With fantastic dialogue, good-looking alpha males and the right amount of suspense, action, and melodrama, Forever Blue is a masterpiece that will have the readers coming back for more. While each of the installments in the Tall, Dark and Dangerous can be read as standalone, these romantic narratives work best especially if they are read in order. Blue, Carter McCoy has returned to South Carolina, his hometown to be a part of his brother’s wedding.

Ever since Blue graduated and eventually joined the Navy, he has never returned to Hatboro Creek. Furthermore, because his step-brother is marrying his high school girlfriend, only makes things worse. To say the least, it is somehow awkward for Blue. Nonetheless, the awkwardness eventually becomes the very least of Blue’s concern. During the pre-wedding party, Blue and his stepbrother, Gerry get into an intense argument. The subsequent morning, Gerry is found dead, and due to their argument the previous night, Blue becomes the main suspect. Furthermore, it is soon discovered that Gerry’s neck had been broken in such a manner that only a person who was skilled in hand combat could have executed it. Blue’s life eventually turns into a nightmare as witnesses begin to come out and the entire town becomes extremely convinced that Blue was responsible for his brother’s death.

However, as luck would have it, Blue’s old time friend and police officer, Lucy Tait is more than certain that Blue did not murder his stepbrother. With that said all the characters in Forever Blue are extremely likable and had great chemistry with one another.

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