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Harvard's Education and Hawken's Heart New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann has thrilled audiences with her Tall, Dark and Dangerous series. Experience them here, with two classic tales of heroes who face the most daring adventure of all—falling in love. Harvard's EducationSenior Chief "Harvard" Becker believes that there is no room for women in Harvard's Education and Hawken's Heart New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann has thrilled audiences with her Tall, Dark and Dangerous series. Experience them here, with two classic tales of heroes who face the most daring adventure of all—falling in love. Harvard's EducationSenior Chief "Harvard" Becker believes that there is no room for women in a combat zone. It's too dangerous, too tough…and with P.J. involved, too distracting. He might respect her sharp intellect and her shooting abilities, but he still doesn't want the responsibility of making sure she stays alive. But P.J. isn't a woman who backs down easily, and to her mind, Harvard has a lot to learn. She just doesn't expect him to be so eager to instruct her on other subjects…like trust, desire and maybe even love.Hawken's HeartNavy SEAL Crash Hawken awakens in a Washington, D.C., hospital to learn that he is the prime suspect in the assassination attempt on a commanding officer. Charged with treason, conspiracy and murder, he is alone—except for Nell Burns. Nell and Crash have a history—as friends, as lovers. And she knows he could not have committed these crimes. Soon they are on the run, determined to uncover what really happened the night of the attempted assassination. But first they have to survive another day.


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Harvard's Education and Hawken's Heart New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann has thrilled audiences with her Tall, Dark and Dangerous series. Experience them here, with two classic tales of heroes who face the most daring adventure of all—falling in love. Harvard's EducationSenior Chief "Harvard" Becker believes that there is no room for women in Harvard's Education and Hawken's Heart New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann has thrilled audiences with her Tall, Dark and Dangerous series. Experience them here, with two classic tales of heroes who face the most daring adventure of all—falling in love. Harvard's EducationSenior Chief "Harvard" Becker believes that there is no room for women in a combat zone. It's too dangerous, too tough…and with P.J. involved, too distracting. He might respect her sharp intellect and her shooting abilities, but he still doesn't want the responsibility of making sure she stays alive. But P.J. isn't a woman who backs down easily, and to her mind, Harvard has a lot to learn. She just doesn't expect him to be so eager to instruct her on other subjects…like trust, desire and maybe even love.Hawken's HeartNavy SEAL Crash Hawken awakens in a Washington, D.C., hospital to learn that he is the prime suspect in the assassination attempt on a commanding officer. Charged with treason, conspiracy and murder, he is alone—except for Nell Burns. Nell and Crash have a history—as friends, as lovers. And she knows he could not have committed these crimes. Soon they are on the run, determined to uncover what really happened the night of the attempted assassination. But first they have to survive another day.

30 review for Tall, Dark and Devastating: Harvard's Education / It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

  1. 4 out of 5

    Buggy

    Opening Line: "This was wrong. It was all wrong." This is a fun, sexy, exciting series with larger then life Navy SEAL heroes, capable of anything it seems except falling in love easily. TD and Devastating contains books 5 & 6 from Brockmann’s Tall Dark and Dangerous series which is being re-released as 2-in-1’s with way better covers. Using proper military jargon Brockman gives us delicious alpha-male heroes and just the right amount of action, suspense and sweet romance to keep you coming back Opening Line: "This was wrong. It was all wrong." This is a fun, sexy, exciting series with larger then life Navy SEAL heroes, capable of anything it seems except falling in love easily. TD and Devastating contains books 5 & 6 from Brockmann’s Tall Dark and Dangerous series which is being re-released as 2-in-1’s with way better covers. Using proper military jargon Brockman gives us delicious alpha-male heroes and just the right amount of action, suspense and sweet romance to keep you coming back for more. And with each story just different enough from the last that it feels fresh and unique while still connecting the series as a whole, these well written quickie romances are totally addictive. While each can be read as a stand-alone I recommend trying to read them in order due to the continuing and evolving story arcs, and I dare you not to fall for any member of SEAL Team Tens alpha squad. Both of the stories here are super good, with fast paced plots, memorable characters, searing love scenes and sigh worthy endings. I couldn’t really choose a favourite although because I have a thing for tortured heroes I’d have to say Crash (Hawken’s Heart) is pretty dreamy. First up was Harvard's Education and while I will admit this was a bit slow to get started by the end however I really felt like I knew our heroes and was completely wrapped up in their lives. When Harvard and the team take on an experimental training assignment no one expects a girl to be among the FInCOM recruits. After all with the type of life and death situations they face the SEAL’s are exclusive boys club and that’s just the way Harvard likes it. Enter PJ Richards, sharpshooter, most capable recruit, Harvard’s perfect intellectual match and of course all woman. With his sexist attitude these two have problems from the start. Harvard just doesn’t believe women belong in a combat zone, it’s too dangerous, too brutal and she would be far too distracting. The ending chapters here were fantastic as a planned out of country “training” mission goes horribly wrong. Leaving me hanging for quite a while as to whether the mission (and fatalities) were real or in fact a training op. Pinned down by hostiles, armed only with paint ball guns, and with their Captain severely injured and held hostage it’s going to be up to PJ and Harvard to save the day. Will he be able to set his prejudices aside long enough to let PJ do her job and help rescue their team mates? With Hawken's Heart we get Billy "Crash" Hawken’s story and Jeez did I ever fall hard for him. A member of the elite “Grey group” Crash is aloof, loyal to a fault and oh so sexy in his secretive, lethal sort of way. He’s a man of few words and even less emotion, or so it seems. Told in two distinct sections, each taking place a year apart Brockman encompass one of my favourite themes with this one; that of reunited lovers, made even better here as they’re on the run and that always guarantees a good time. When Crash becomes the prime suspect in the assassination of his commanding officer he is charged with treason, conspiracy and murder. Stripped of his commission he awaits the death penalty. The last person he expects to visit him in prison is Nell Burns; I mean things didn’t exactly end well between them and he hasn’t spoken to her since, avoiding any contact by accepting multiple overseas missions. Her faith in him is unwavering though and as she tries to clear his name Nell unwittingly becomes a target, forcing these former lovers on the run. When it becomes evident that Crash is going to give his life to keep Nell safe and find the man responsible for killing the Admiral SEAL Team 10 enters the picture to back up our boy.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lisa - (Aussie Girl)

    Nobody does Romantic Suspense like Suzanne Brockmann. Harvard's Education: ★★★★ Hawken's Heart: ★★★★★ Nobody does Romantic Suspense like Suzanne Brockmann. Harvard's Education: ★★★★ Hawken's Heart: ★★★★★

  3. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    90s Navy SEALs romance.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Anita

    Harvard's Education In my quest to read all of the Tall, Dark & Dangerous books within a short span of time, this was a reread for me. I always expect great thing from Suzanne Brockmann and she rarely disappoints. In reading through the series, this book is #5, I have noticed that some of the characters have similarities with some characters from the Troubleshooter series. One really striking similarity is between P.J. and Alyssa Locke. P.J. is a balls to the wall, black woman who is out to prov Harvard's Education In my quest to read all of the Tall, Dark & Dangerous books within a short span of time, this was a reread for me. I always expect great thing from Suzanne Brockmann and she rarely disappoints. In reading through the series, this book is #5, I have noticed that some of the characters have similarities with some characters from the Troubleshooter series. One really striking similarity is between P.J. and Alyssa Locke. P.J. is a balls to the wall, black woman who is out to prove she is just as good as any man, and better than most. She is a FInCOM (FBI) agent and has been chosen to take part in a joint training operation with SEAL Team 10 Alpha Squad to combat terrorism. The CSF team is P.J. and 3 other men and the 7 member Alpha Squad. Master Chief Daryl Becker, Harvard, finds it lust at first sight when he meets P.J. and she goes on to not only make him fall in love with her , but to earn his respect while she does it. When they throw out the training "book" the team gets into a very dangerous situation Harvard is forced to make decisions that put P.J. in danger. Hawkin's Heart I love reading these books close together as it gives insights into characters and situations, you would have normally forgotten if any significant time has elapsed between reading the different book. Getting into the head and heart of her characters is something that Suzanne Brockmann is exceptional at doing. The emotions that all human beings have can be deadly for a SEAL on a covert mission. In Hawkin's Heart William "Crash" Hawkin decides to keep his emotional armor well in place during one of the most difficult times a person can face. Crash Hawkins is a very elusive fellow. Even his closest friends don't know what he really is involved in. That he is emotionally closed about everything of a personal nature is very hard when the woman who has been like a mother to him is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Nell, Daisy's assistant, is infatuated with Crash, but he doesn't want to get involved, fat chance. Fast forward a year. Crash has kept his distance from Nell by being out of the country for most of that time. He returns and is assigned to protective duty for Admiral Jake Robinson, Daisy's former husband. When the detail arrives, all hell breaks loose and everyone but Crash is killed. A set up, a cover up and a fall guy. The question is why. It all relates back to the botched training mission from Harvard's Education.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dee

    Two-haiku review: Series fifth and sixth Early SEAL, from the 90s Exciting action I liked both stories Military and romance Gotta love a SEAL

  6. 4 out of 5

    Misha Howse

    This two-story collection including Harvard's Education and Hawkin's Heart was the first I read by Suzanne Brockmann. Of course, immediately afterward, I had to go back and read the entire Tall, Dark, and Dangerous series. This author knows her stuff. She presents a well-researched, well-written universe about swoon-worthy, gorgeous Navy SEALs who are the true definition of American heroes. But Suzanne doesn't stop there, the heroines are strong, independent women who find themselves in dangerou This two-story collection including Harvard's Education and Hawkin's Heart was the first I read by Suzanne Brockmann. Of course, immediately afterward, I had to go back and read the entire Tall, Dark, and Dangerous series. This author knows her stuff. She presents a well-researched, well-written universe about swoon-worthy, gorgeous Navy SEALs who are the true definition of American heroes. But Suzanne doesn't stop there, the heroines are strong, independent women who find themselves in dangerous situations but play no small part in getting themselves out of that situation with the aid of their very own hunky Navy SEAL. Romantic, tender moments coupled with action and drama and spicy love scenes had me turning page after page after page. If you like military romance and want to see how it's done right, read this series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Juliewheatcox.Net

    HARVARD'S EDUCATION The romance was good, but the scenario of the training mission was so ludicrous that it detracted from the story. I would hate to think that our military would stage a training mission in the middle of two opposing drug lords. Another detractor was that there was no rescue mission mentioned to extract the two guys who were pinned down. The romance was four star with the storyline only two stars. HAWKEN'S HEART This story was four stars, not just for the romance, but for the soli HARVARD'S EDUCATION The romance was good, but the scenario of the training mission was so ludicrous that it detracted from the story. I would hate to think that our military would stage a training mission in the middle of two opposing drug lords. Another detractor was that there was no rescue mission mentioned to extract the two guys who were pinned down. The romance was four star with the storyline only two stars. HAWKEN'S HEART This story was four stars, not just for the romance, but for the solidarity of the SEAL team, also. The intrigue kept it interesting without making it a thriller instead of a romance.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jody

    Great read! I would give it 5 stars if it wasn’t for Harvard’s story. There was something so annoying to me about the heroine. I had a hard time liking her. Crash’s story was such an emotional roller coaster for me, though I absolutely loved it!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ginger Perry

    Harvard's Education and Hawkins' Heart Harvard's Education and Hawkins' Heart

  10. 5 out of 5

    CeCe Downs

    First, men in uniform? Mmmm-mmm good. Second, Navy SEALs in particular? “I’ll take Hunks on Sticks for $200, Alex.” Third, *raises hand in a fist*, much props to all the men, women and “children” now serving in the military. And I say children sarcastically because they really are getting them young these days. Fourth, *raises hand in fist again*, much props to the women who are married to these droolworthy men. That’s got to be some hard shit, but you are some lucky bitches! HARVARD'S EDUCATION: A First, men in uniform? Mmmm-mmm good. Second, Navy SEALs in particular? “I’ll take Hunks on Sticks for $200, Alex.” Third, *raises hand in a fist*, much props to all the men, women and “children” now serving in the military. And I say children sarcastically because they really are getting them young these days. Fourth, *raises hand in fist again*, much props to the women who are married to these droolworthy men. That’s got to be some hard shit, but you are some lucky bitches! HARVARD'S EDUCATION: A couple of months ago, I wrote a post about the kind of M/F characters I like to read about. P.J. would definitely be in The Hottie and the Sidney Bristow/Buffy the Vampire Slayer category. She’s a FINCOM agent (don’t remember what it stands for) who was picked to be on a 4-man team to train with Alpha Squad (Harvard’s SEAL team unit). The idea is for the agents to partner with SEALs when they go on missions. During the course of the training sessions (which are less than half as difficult as real SEAL training), it’s clear that P.J. outshines the other 3 FINCOM agents when it comes to skill, intellect, etc. But, men being men, they don’t believe a woman should be in the field because it could be a distraction to the men. She gets to prove everybody wrong when Alpha Squad gets the greenlight to simulate a rescue mission in another country. The simulation becomes real in the most FUBAR’d (I learned that little bit of military slang from another book) way you can ever imagine and that’s when it gets interesting. I liked the push and pull between P.J. and Darryl. He was physically attracted to her, but was hellbent on denying it because he felt she didn’t belong in the field. She was physically attracted to him, but was hellbent on denying it because she was a woman in a man’s world and had something to prove. Wasn’t too impressed with the love scenes, but there was a sweet scene (not a lovemaking scene) during all the chaos that made you want to say “Awwww.” It just seemed like something a SEAL would never do, a tender moment during an active moment of conflict. During that whole interaction, I felt a little anxious, wanted them to rush through it because I felt like something bad was going to happen. Like “They’re out in the open, they could get shot at, you should just take this little moment inside.” Score: 3 wet panties HAWKEN'S HEART: Ohlordluvaduck, I want William “Crash” Hawken. Muscular, dark hair, piercing blue eyes, quiet, broody…just throw me down on the bed and take me now. I have to admit that I teared up a lot while reading this story. Crash is a SEAL, but part of a another unit, and he’s been accused of murdering his commanding officer. Someone who’s been like a father to him since he was 10 yrs old. He’s known Nell for years, as she’s the personal assistant of a relative. While clearing his name was the main plot, what had me boo-hooing was the secondary story that took place the year before, leading up to the point where he was accused of murder. I’m not gonna tell you what it was–there will be no spoilers here, people–you’re just going to have to read it for yourself. The love scenes between Crash and Nell were like quick, intense thunderstorms. There was so much heartbreaking emotional turmoil (geez, it was so tragic) that it created desperate sexual moments. There really weren’t any slow-and-easy-3-pages-worth-of-foreplay kind of scenes. Which, considering the storyline, made sense. But day-am. If you have a man who looks like Crash, you’d wanna savor that for, like, y’know, days. Score: 3.5 wet panties

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sammie

    Both stories were really good,They had a good plot and i just love the characters. Harvard's Education . i really liked Harvard and i thought his story was pretty good, at first i wasn't sure how much i was gonna like his story but it turned out great, he's really funnny and i loved seeing him with Joe they both make me laugh so hard. P.J. is cool but sometimes she has a huge chip on her shoulder and i was kinda sick of hearing about how she has to act like a man to get any respect , i thought she Both stories were really good,They had a good plot and i just love the characters. Harvard's Education . i really liked Harvard and i thought his story was pretty good, at first i wasn't sure how much i was gonna like his story but it turned out great, he's really funnny and i loved seeing him with Joe they both make me laugh so hard. P.J. is cool but sometimes she has a huge chip on her shoulder and i was kinda sick of hearing about how she has to act like a man to get any respect , i thought she should just be true to herself and they would see she's just as good as they are,in the end Harvard does trust her and it was great to see them together . Hawken's Heart. Crash is so hot and super funny when he want's too be,his story was so sad i was in tears for some of it,when everything happped with Daisy and Jake i was so heartbroken because i just feel in love with both of them and i felt so bad for Crach and Nell too because they were affected by it too and it was so hard to see them both hurting. I really liked Nell she's pretty cool and i loved how she comes to know Crash ,it was great to see him let down his guard for the first time,i loved watching their relationship unfold and to see them both fall totally in love with each other ,i totally enjoyed reading their story and i really love the end it was great. Overall i really liked this book and i can not wait to read the rest of the seires soon.

  12. 5 out of 5

    PepsiGirl

    There are two stories here, Harvard's Education *** 1/2 stars. This was so sweet, Harvard (aka Daryl Becker) Navy SEAL Alpha man is brought to his knees by little ole 5 1/2 ft P.J. Richards, a FINCOM agent he meets during training exercises. The mutual attraction is hard to ignore, but both of them try to keep it light until dire situations put them into each others arms. Hawken's Heart **** 1/2 This story starts off with an assassination attempt on Admiral Jake Robinson. Things go from bad to wo There are two stories here, Harvard's Education *** 1/2 stars. This was so sweet, Harvard (aka Daryl Becker) Navy SEAL Alpha man is brought to his knees by little ole 5 1/2 ft P.J. Richards, a FINCOM agent he meets during training exercises. The mutual attraction is hard to ignore, but both of them try to keep it light until dire situations put them into each others arms. Hawken's Heart **** 1/2 This story starts off with an assassination attempt on Admiral Jake Robinson. Things go from bad to worse when Crash is arrested for the murder of Jake Robinson his commanding officer. Then the story goes back to the previous year when the story of Jake and his girlfriend Daisy is told, very sad. Nell Burns who is Daisy's assistant tells Crash the bad news that Daisy is sick. Crash takes leave to spend time with Jake and Daisy. Daisy took over the care of Crash when he was 10 years old. This is when Nell who was attracted to Crash the first time she saw him, realizes that he must not be into her. Crash believes that she is a nice girl, too nice for the likes of him. They spend a month together and he tries to stay away but she won't take no for an answer. I liked this story because of all the intrigue of how he was going to get out of all the trouble he got into. Nell wouldn't give up on him, no matter how he tried to push her away.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Clarke

    Tall, Dark, and Devastating Public Library 4/24/15. Harvard's Education 3.2 Stars. I think Harvard's book is my second favorite out of the whole series (or at least of the ones I've read so far). What makes his book really interesting is P.J. and her willingness to call things as she see them. P.J. is accustomed to working in a man's world as a FitCom agent. Part of her current assignment is to train with SEAL Team Ten to take down terrorists. The whole training goes from bad to worse when they Tall, Dark, and Devastating Public Library 4/24/15. Harvard's Education 3.2 Stars. I think Harvard's book is my second favorite out of the whole series (or at least of the ones I've read so far). What makes his book really interesting is P.J. and her willingness to call things as she see them. P.J. is accustomed to working in a man's world as a FitCom agent. Part of her current assignment is to train with SEAL Team Ten to take down terrorists. The whole training goes from bad to worse when they get stuck in the crossfire between two drug lords. As the bullets fly Harvard is forced to back up his words with action by putting the woman he loves in danger. Can Harvard love P.J. as the woman she is vs the woman he wants her to be? Hawken's Heart 2.9 Stars. For those of you that have read other books in the series Jake and Daisy are in this book. Hawken aka Crash which we met in the previous book has found himself in some deep trouble. Jake has been shot and Crash has been framed for his death. Nell our lovely h is the closest person he has left which makes her a target as well. Our boys from SEAL Team Ten show up and help save the day. What I really liked about this book was a deeper look into Jake's life. The plot is flimsy and not well reasoned/explained. I've liked Crash as a side character but as a H he leaves much to be desired.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    So, 3 starts for Harvard's Education and 5 for Hawken's Heart. I'm glad SB has re-released these SEAL team 10 books from the late 90s. With the new covers, they really don't seem too dated (except for the occasional use of a pager/lack of cell phones). I've already enjoyed her Troubleshooters series, so I've slowly making my way through these. Each one is very unique, with memorable characters and refreshing plot lines. Harvard's book was a little slow to start, and it took longer to feel the em So, 3 starts for Harvard's Education and 5 for Hawken's Heart. I'm glad SB has re-released these SEAL team 10 books from the late 90s. With the new covers, they really don't seem too dated (except for the occasional use of a pager/lack of cell phones). I've already enjoyed her Troubleshooters series, so I've slowly making my way through these. Each one is very unique, with memorable characters and refreshing plot lines. Harvard's book was a little slow to start, and it took longer to feel the emotional connection between the two characters, but we got there in the end. Harvard is a hardheaded Chief and PJ is a FinCom sharpshooter who must comes to terms with working together on a mock mission. My favorite story though, was of Crash Hawkins, the black ops SEAL, and Nell, the personal assistant to Crash's adoptive mother. This was a very emotional read for me, dealing with the impending death of a loved one and the redemption, comfort and love that one can find in a kindred soul during a vulnerable time. He and Nell go through so much together but the rollercoaster ride of the attached suspense plot was VERY well done. Lots of twists, heroic moves, and one thing I never saw coming!! I would highly recommend this one.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tasha

    Havard's Education and Hawken's Heart P.J. is exactly what I needed at this point in my life. She is a women in an all male job and not only that, she's good, one of the best at what she does. I really enjoyed seeing how she handled herself and the situations she found herself in. I also appreciated Harvard and his honesty with her and the situation. I think I'll take a few notes before I send this one back to the library. I may find myself in need of her wisdom. The story of Crash and Nell is pai Havard's Education and Hawken's Heart P.J. is exactly what I needed at this point in my life. She is a women in an all male job and not only that, she's good, one of the best at what she does. I really enjoyed seeing how she handled herself and the situations she found herself in. I also appreciated Harvard and his honesty with her and the situation. I think I'll take a few notes before I send this one back to the library. I may find myself in need of her wisdom. The story of Crash and Nell is painful in a good way. It's always hard to see someone struggle with finally being loved, wanted in a way they've never know or believed possible. Way to stay strong Nell.

  16. 5 out of 5

    upthetrellis

    I'm taking a reader's advisory class and this is required reading. It's the first romance book that I've read since I was ten and I used to read the western romances that my grandparents kept in their spare bedroom. I'm lucky enough to have the audiobook read by a friend of mine and all I can say about it is that I burned more calories listening to it at the gym than I do listening to whatever melancholy pop music shows up on the ishuffle. I'm taking a reader's advisory class and this is required reading. It's the first romance book that I've read since I was ten and I used to read the western romances that my grandparents kept in their spare bedroom. I'm lucky enough to have the audiobook read by a friend of mine and all I can say about it is that I burned more calories listening to it at the gym than I do listening to whatever melancholy pop music shows up on the ishuffle.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Plumsexy

    Breaking the mold even if it's older read. Wow. I'll try to do this without spoilers but it's gonna be tuff. This is a story of two loves one saying goodbye and the start of a new one. While it's extremely melancholy the dynamic and scope of heartfelt emotion isn't something I see this often. Even though Daisy passes and it takes a log time for the love portion of the story to get started it's worth it every last second. It I could give it ten stars I would. Breaking the mold even if it's older read. Wow. I'll try to do this without spoilers but it's gonna be tuff. This is a story of two loves one saying goodbye and the start of a new one. While it's extremely melancholy the dynamic and scope of heartfelt emotion isn't something I see this often. Even though Daisy passes and it takes a log time for the love portion of the story to get started it's worth it every last second. It I could give it ten stars I would.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Wendy

    This is good for an easy, summer book to bring to the beach. Warning: It is full of fairy-tale fantasy romance that will make cynics cringe, but it has enough substance in the SEALS subject matter to make it interesting.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey

    #5-6 of Tall, Dark & Dangerous series! #5 is Harvard's Education & #6 is Hawken's Heart My favorite military series so far!! I read these books so fast and had to keep going to the book store to buy the next one because I just couldn't wait to read it. Lots of suspense and romance! #5-6 of Tall, Dark & Dangerous series! #5 is Harvard's Education & #6 is Hawken's Heart My favorite military series so far!! I read these books so fast and had to keep going to the book store to buy the next one because I just couldn't wait to read it. Lots of suspense and romance!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Miccilina Piraino

    These two books are going to be in my permanent collection, someone dear to my heart is named HAWKEN, so I just could not resist falling for him and the rest of the characters in these two stories, wonderful, engaging, suspenseful and entertaining. Loved them.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    Miniseries: Tall, Dark and Dangerous

  22. 5 out of 5

    ms bookjunkie

    Harvard's Education is not my favorite Suz Brockmann book. Harvard needs a smack -or five- on the head. 2.5 stars Hawken's Heart has much more satisfying suspense and emotional connection. 3.5 stars Harvard's Education is not my favorite Suz Brockmann book. Harvard needs a smack -or five- on the head. 2.5 stars Hawken's Heart has much more satisfying suspense and emotional connection. 3.5 stars

  23. 5 out of 5

    butterfly8

    4 3,5

  24. 4 out of 5

    Aly

    Harvard's Education : 3 star Hawken's Heart : 5 star Harvard's Education : 3 star Hawken's Heart : 5 star

  25. 5 out of 5

    Abby Fick

    That really hit the spot.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Marla

    I think I have now finished this series of books. Read them all out of order but enjoyed all of them. They are kind of fluff reading but sometimes that is just what you need.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

    this one was pretty good, but i definitely prefer her 'troubleshooters' series over these this one was pretty good, but i definitely prefer her 'troubleshooters' series over these

  28. 4 out of 5

    Danielles

    Het begin is er,...goed sluitend en leuk boek,....deel 5 en 6, allebei super! Tuurlijk de troubleshooter serie is echt beter, maar hier is absoluut het begin van een goeie schrijfster!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Journeywoman

    Enjoyed this one. I liked seeing the beginnings of the Troubleshooters--albiet different characters in these books.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    Brockmann's plotline is great and so are her secondary characters with their own books in some cases like Blue and Lucy McCoy and the Admiral. So overall this book gets 5 stars from me. Brockmann's plotline is great and so are her secondary characters with their own books in some cases like Blue and Lucy McCoy and the Admiral. So overall this book gets 5 stars from me.

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