Best-selling author Suzanne Brockmann knows how to push the limits of romantic suspense to new, breathtaking heights. Potent, gripping, and explosive, Out of Control is a roller-coaster ride of a novel - as a single act of loyalty becomes a desperate struggle for survival.
Savannah von Hopf has no choice. To save her uncle's life, she goes in search of Ken "WildCard" Karmody, a guy she barely knew in college who is now a military operative. She must convince him to help her deliver a cache of ransom money into the hands of terrorists halfway around the world. What she doesn't expect is to end up in WildCard's arms before she can even ask for his help.
WildCard has always had a soft spot for beautiful women. But when he discovers Savannah's hidden agenda, he is determined to end the affair. Still, Savannah is bound for Indonesia with or without his protection, and he can't just walk away. When her plan goes horribly wrong, they are trapped in the forsaken jungle of a hostile country, stalked by a lethal enemy. As time is running out, they scramble to escape, risking their lives to stop a nightmare from spinning even further out of control.
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Re-recorded triple romance extraordinaire
So Many Characters to Love
Absolutely, after reading the first three of the series to get established in this world that Suzanne Brockmann has very effectively constructed.
Jones going after Molly all alone, in the plane
There's not one in particular that stands out, but all the times that Wildcard basically tells Savannah to be quiet and follow his lead, and she immediately ignores his instructions. I laughed every time.
Pretty much all of Brockmann's books are.
Molly and Jones' story is really compelling, and I'll admit that on completion of this book I assumed that they wouldn't be seen again. It was really exciting to find out that they are featured in a subsequent book, which picks up some time later.
- M. Shea