Frisco's Kid by Suzanne Brockmann
(Tall, Dark and Dangerous)

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Frisco's Kid is one of my favorites in the Tall, Dark and Dangerous series. There are no stereotypes or cardboard characters here...Frisco and Mia are wonderful characters whose respective journeys were great additions to this fine series.
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Alan Francisco's leg -- and his career -- were damaged beyond repair. But that wasn't important to his five-year-old niece, whose sudden presence in his life added 'daddy' to his CV, or to his attractive next-door-neighbour, who wouldn't take no for an answer.Mia Summerton knew that what Frsco really needed to do was focus on the positive. She was going to show him what he could do. And she was hoping that loving her was right at the top of the list!
 

About Suzanne Brockmann

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Author Suzanne Brockmann, born in 1960, has written over 45 books throughout her career. She attended Boston University's School of Broadcasting and Film majoring in film and minoring in creative writing before dropping out to join a band. Afterwards, she started writing. Initially she focused on television scripts, screen plays and Star Trek novels but after doing research Brockmann decided to focus her efforts on the Romance genre. Her first published novel, Future Perfect in 1993, was written along with nine other manuscripts in 1992 after her decision to publish a romance novel. In 1996, Brockmann published the first in her Tall, Dark & Dangerous series. The series develops among a fictional group of Navy SEALs. The books following in the series, and that of the Troubleshooters, Inc. series are all classified in a sub genre known as 'military/romantic suspense'. She has won numerous awards for her work including the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award, seven Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Awards, sixteen WISH Awards, and two RITA Awards from Romance Writers of America.
 
Published May 16, 2016 by HQN Books. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History, Westerns, Erotica, War. Fiction
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Reviewed by Claudia Terrones on Jul 22 2014

Frisco's Kid is one of my favorites in the Tall, Dark and Dangerous series. There are no stereotypes or cardboard characters here...Frisco and Mia are wonderful characters whose respective journeys were great additions to this fine series.

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