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Please note: A dollar of the author’s royalties from each copy sold of this edition of Home Fire Inferno will go to organizations supporting veterans. (Thank you so much!) Also note: Home Fire Inferno is a Troubleshooters short story. It’s around fifty pages long, and was originally published in the charity anthology Way of the Warrior , which is no longer availa Please note: A dollar of the author’s royalties from each copy sold of this edition of Home Fire Inferno will go to organizations supporting veterans. (Thank you so much!) Also note: Home Fire Inferno is a Troubleshooters short story. It’s around fifty pages long, and was originally published in the charity anthology Way of the Warrior , which is no longer available in most e-formats. This e-book reissue of Home Fire Inferno also contains an excerpt from the TS novella Ready to Roll, as well as a lengthy excerpt from Some Kind of Hero, Suzanne Brockmann’s next full-length Troubleshooters novel. Suzanne Brockmann returns to the action-packed world of her best-selling Troubleshooters Series with a new novella featuring US Navy SEAL Izzy Zanella, his extended family, and his kickass teammates in SEAL Team Sixteen. Navy SEAL Dan Gillman’s wife, Jenn, goes into early labor while stranded in the California desert, as he, Izzy Zanella, and most of Team Sixteen are mission ready, overseas. Meanwhile, left behind with a recent knee injury and faced with impending surgery and rehab, Chief Jay Lopez decides that the timing might be exactly right for a romantic interlude with a pretty fifth grade teacher . . . Hijinks definitely ensue. (12,000 words or about 50 pages)


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Please note: A dollar of the author’s royalties from each copy sold of this edition of Home Fire Inferno will go to organizations supporting veterans. (Thank you so much!) Also note: Home Fire Inferno is a Troubleshooters short story. It’s around fifty pages long, and was originally published in the charity anthology Way of the Warrior , which is no longer availa Please note: A dollar of the author’s royalties from each copy sold of this edition of Home Fire Inferno will go to organizations supporting veterans. (Thank you so much!) Also note: Home Fire Inferno is a Troubleshooters short story. It’s around fifty pages long, and was originally published in the charity anthology Way of the Warrior , which is no longer available in most e-formats. This e-book reissue of Home Fire Inferno also contains an excerpt from the TS novella Ready to Roll, as well as a lengthy excerpt from Some Kind of Hero, Suzanne Brockmann’s next full-length Troubleshooters novel. Suzanne Brockmann returns to the action-packed world of her best-selling Troubleshooters Series with a new novella featuring US Navy SEAL Izzy Zanella, his extended family, and his kickass teammates in SEAL Team Sixteen. Navy SEAL Dan Gillman’s wife, Jenn, goes into early labor while stranded in the California desert, as he, Izzy Zanella, and most of Team Sixteen are mission ready, overseas. Meanwhile, left behind with a recent knee injury and faced with impending surgery and rehab, Chief Jay Lopez decides that the timing might be exactly right for a romantic interlude with a pretty fifth grade teacher . . . Hijinks definitely ensue. (12,000 words or about 50 pages)

30 review for Home Fire Inferno

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jonetta

    Jenn Gillman, eight months pregnant, goes on a trip through the desert with Eden Zanella for a very important purpose. On the return trip, the car breaks down in the middle of nowhere and, you guessed it, Jenn goes into labor. Cell service is almost non-existent with Dan, Izzy and most of Team Sixteen out of the country. This was a fun story with a really good message and a great ending. Also, a new member of the team was introduced and adeptly integrated into the story. Only Brockmann can write Jenn Gillman, eight months pregnant, goes on a trip through the desert with Eden Zanella for a very important purpose. On the return trip, the car breaks down in the middle of nowhere and, you guessed it, Jenn goes into labor. Cell service is almost non-existent with Dan, Izzy and most of Team Sixteen out of the country. This was a fun story with a really good message and a great ending. Also, a new member of the team was introduced and adeptly integrated into the story. Only Brockmann can write a short story that feels like a full blown one. Loved everything about it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    Eden Zanella is on a road trip with Jennilynn Gillman when her car breaks down. They are on a desert road and haven't passed another vehicle for miles. If that isn't bad enough, Jenn's water has just broke and she is in labor. Both ladies keep trying to call for help, but the signal is not strong. Jenn doesn't want her husband to know what is going on because he is on the other side of the world readying for a mission. Eden is worried she'll have to deliver a baby in the back of her car. Cute sto Eden Zanella is on a road trip with Jennilynn Gillman when her car breaks down. They are on a desert road and haven't passed another vehicle for miles. If that isn't bad enough, Jenn's water has just broke and she is in labor. Both ladies keep trying to call for help, but the signal is not strong. Jenn doesn't want her husband to know what is going on because he is on the other side of the world readying for a mission. Eden is worried she'll have to deliver a baby in the back of her car. Cute story. Many of the Troubleshooters characters are in this book. Too bad it wasn't longer. My rating: 4 Stars.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anita

    Home Fire Inferno (Burn, baby, burn) by Suzanne Brockmann 5+++++ Stars I can't tell you how tempting it was to start with this one, but I didn't. Sometimes you need to save the best for last. I LOVE IZZY!! I am an unabashed Troubleshooters groupie. No one does SEALS better than Suzanne Brockmann. When Jenn goes into labor with no transport in the San Diego desert, the guys are on the other side of the world and Eden has to be the voice of reason right now. I laughter and I cried and I REALLY, RE Home Fire Inferno (Burn, baby, burn) by Suzanne Brockmann 5+++++ Stars I can't tell you how tempting it was to start with this one, but I didn't. Sometimes you need to save the best for last. I LOVE IZZY!! I am an unabashed Troubleshooters groupie. No one does SEALS better than Suzanne Brockmann. When Jenn goes into labor with no transport in the San Diego desert, the guys are on the other side of the world and Eden has to be the voice of reason right now. I laughter and I cried and I REALLY, REALLY want a new Troubleshooters book with Jay's story.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Anke

    Normally I'm quite miffed when a book ends at about 57% on my kindle. This time I was glad. And I'm rather sad to say that about a Brockmann book! This was my favorite series for years and years! I was a member of her message board before all this internet really started, so you can see, I'm a longterm fan:) You can imagine that I'm really unhappy to say that at least this story wasn't working for me. It was more like a checklist of characters, who all have to appear one way or another in a story Normally I'm quite miffed when a book ends at about 57% on my kindle. This time I was glad. And I'm rather sad to say that about a Brockmann book! This was my favorite series for years and years! I was a member of her message board before all this internet really started, so you can see, I'm a longterm fan:) You can imagine that I'm really unhappy to say that at least this story wasn't working for me. It was more like a checklist of characters, who all have to appear one way or another in a story to show - we are all a big family, we important SEALs. The final straw was when even Jules appeared, if only via phone from Washington(?) or wherever he was. At the beginning I liked the set-up of the story, but when it then moved from the desert north of San Diego to the Philippines to said Jules on the east coast and then Adam in a helicopter. Sorry, but then I was done. Thankfully the ending was near.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Catherine

    A cute short story that lets Troubleshooters fans catch up with some of their old favourites and serves to remind us why we all fell in love with this motley - but honourable - crew of men and women in the first place. Heads up! Amazon's page count for this book is whack. The author herself has said that the story is approximately 50 pages long, but Amazon has entered it into their database as being 85 pages (probably because Brockmann has included a lengthy excerpt from an upcoming Troubleshoot A cute short story that lets Troubleshooters fans catch up with some of their old favourites and serves to remind us why we all fell in love with this motley - but honourable - crew of men and women in the first place. Heads up! Amazon's page count for this book is whack. The author herself has said that the story is approximately 50 pages long, but Amazon has entered it into their database as being 85 pages (probably because Brockmann has included a lengthy excerpt from an upcoming Troubleshooter's book at the end of this edition). Just be forewarned: this edition ends at 57% of your Kindle.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Marythios (AkaSusanne )

    Eden Zanella is on a road trip with Jennilynn Gillman when her car breaks down. They are on a desert road and haven't passed another vehicle for miles. If that isn't bad enough, Jenn's water has just broke and she is in labor. Both ladies keep trying to call for help, but the signal is not strong. Jenn doesn't want her husband to know what is going on because he is on the other side of the world readying for a mission. Eden is worried she'll have to deliver a baby in the back of her car. Cell se Eden Zanella is on a road trip with Jennilynn Gillman when her car breaks down. They are on a desert road and haven't passed another vehicle for miles. If that isn't bad enough, Jenn's water has just broke and she is in labor. Both ladies keep trying to call for help, but the signal is not strong. Jenn doesn't want her husband to know what is going on because he is on the other side of the world readying for a mission. Eden is worried she'll have to deliver a baby in the back of her car. Cell service is almost non-existent with Dan, Izzy and most of Team Sixteen out of the country. A really cute story that gives you all the warmth and feels.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Angela Verdenius

    Enjoyed this so much, I'd forgotten what great books these are. Re-visiting old freinds, humour, romance, caring - this has it all! Enjoyed this so much, I'd forgotten what great books these are. Re-visiting old freinds, humour, romance, caring - this has it all!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Charlene

    4.5 stars I read "Home Fire Inferno" in print form in the anthology, THE WAY OF THE WARRIOR, which I borrowed from the library [having already donated my purchased copy to another library's book sale!]. For those who have followed Suzanne Brockmann's Troubleshooters series, this is a must read. 4.5 stars I read "Home Fire Inferno" in print form in the anthology, THE WAY OF THE WARRIOR, which I borrowed from the library [having already donated my purchased copy to another library's book sale!]. For those who have followed Suzanne Brockmann's Troubleshooters series, this is a must read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    I loved the glimpse into life between the novels that this story offered. An amazing number of the Troubleshooters characters manage to show up in this one, for a totally worthy cause--and it was so much fun to read. If you've read the other books in the series, you'll love this one. If you haven't, you won't quite understand all the dynamics between the characters, but it will still give you a definite flavor for the series as a whole. One of my favorite lines, courtesy of Izzy Zanella, thinking I loved the glimpse into life between the novels that this story offered. An amazing number of the Troubleshooters characters manage to show up in this one, for a totally worthy cause--and it was so much fun to read. If you've read the other books in the series, you'll love this one. If you haven't, you won't quite understand all the dynamics between the characters, but it will still give you a definite flavor for the series as a whole. One of my favorite lines, courtesy of Izzy Zanella, thinking about how to deal with pregnant women--"It was essential, always, to have salt-free soda crackers at hand. And the sympathetic words, I know you feel exhausted/nauseous/awful/homicidal. I'm so sorry, baby. How can I help? were also good to keep near the tip of one's baby-making tongue." True dat. Rating: 4 1/2 stars / A (Originally read as part of Way of the Warrior anthology)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Elizabeth

    I want more of Hugh! The drama around Eden and Jenn was meh (and I still don't understand how all the cars with everyone showed up right after a helicopter since that should've been so much faster), but I liked seeing a little more of Lopez and getting some more for Hugh. He deserves more than the snippet he got here, so I hope he keeps hanging around! I want more of Hugh! The drama around Eden and Jenn was meh (and I still don't understand how all the cars with everyone showed up right after a helicopter since that should've been so much faster), but I liked seeing a little more of Lopez and getting some more for Hugh. He deserves more than the snippet he got here, so I hope he keeps hanging around!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marge

    Read as part of The Way of the Warrior anthology. A nice story, showing many of the Troubleshooters coming together to help out, but not a good starting point if you don't know most of them from previous books. Read as part of The Way of the Warrior anthology. A nice story, showing many of the Troubleshooters coming together to help out, but not a good starting point if you don't know most of them from previous books.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Denise ~The Procrastinating Book Diva~

    Oh the nostalgia :) I’ve missed Izzy, Danny, Eden, Jen, and the rest of the gang!! This series is always at its best when the Seal Team 6 / Troubleshooter Inc. family comes together to help each other ❤️❤️

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vickey Mcgee

    Short but Good As always this author does a great job. I hadn't read one of hers in awhile, but so glad I found this one. Loved visiting some old friends and met a new one. I can't say I liked it, no, I loved it. It it doesn't disappoint and it's clean so all can enjoy! Short but Good As always this author does a great job. I hadn't read one of hers in awhile, but so glad I found this one. Loved visiting some old friends and met a new one. I can't say I liked it, no, I loved it. It it doesn't disappoint and it's clean so all can enjoy!

  14. 5 out of 5

    C.G.

    It's a Troubleshooters story - what more do I need to say? It's a Troubleshooters story - what more do I need to say?

  15. 4 out of 5

    Vendela

    Sometimes a girl just has to read about a baby and a brave rescue.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lisa ~ Books Are My Drugs ~

    Another short from the TSI universe

  17. 5 out of 5

    Juli

    Read in Way of the Warrior

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dekaydreader

    Alas, now I really, truly am out of Suzanne Brockmann to read. More, more, more, please!!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sage Halford

    love the whole series

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rita C

    I first read this in the Way of the Warrior anthology. It’s one of the Izzy short stories, so it’s also one of my favourites.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Katrina McFadden

    Enjoyed

  22. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    Hate novellas but love this short story. Great old characters and a few new characters. Always a superior storyline.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Mattie

    Liked the little catchup with characters.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Wendy T

    I enjoyed this fast pace short story.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Oksana

    Very short and very sweet

  26. 4 out of 5

    Pat Dengate

    I love Suz Brockman nose SEALS! This story has cameos from all my favorite Troubleshooters characters, plus more of Izzy's usual insightful, if irreverent commentary on the crisis at hand. I loved Edens text title -"StealthPenis"! Great short story, and since I'm a big supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project, I'm really happy to have bought both releases and contributed twice to help our injured veterans. I love Suz Brockman nose SEALS! This story has cameos from all my favorite Troubleshooters characters, plus more of Izzy's usual insightful, if irreverent commentary on the crisis at hand. I loved Edens text title -"StealthPenis"! Great short story, and since I'm a big supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project, I'm really happy to have bought both releases and contributed twice to help our injured veterans.

  27. 4 out of 5

    N.G. Peltier

    I adore these books sooooo much and Izzy freaking Zanella is funny and awesome as always. He's always been my fave and remains so :) Really liked getting into Jay's head too...he needs his HEA soon! This short was fun! Each chapter short and punchy enough to keep you reading on to see what happens next Totally enjoyed it I adore these books sooooo much and Izzy freaking Zanella is funny and awesome as always. He's always been my fave and remains so :) Really liked getting into Jay's head too...he needs his HEA soon! This short was fun! Each chapter short and punchy enough to keep you reading on to see what happens next Totally enjoyed it

  28. 4 out of 5

    Susan Hubbard

    As always Suzanne has written another great story. I so love the troubleshooters series and I’m glad she is still writing more about our favorite seals. Danny gillmans wife jenni gets into some trouble on a road trip with eden zenella wife of Izzy zenella one of my favorite characters. There’s laughs and some closer moments it’s just fantastic

  29. 4 out of 5

    Timeforme

    An enjoyable short story/novella.

  30. 5 out of 5

    gail j andres

    Love all of the characters Thank k you for another good read! The story told from the eyes of different characters was inspired. Can't wait for your next book! Love all of the characters Thank k you for another good read! The story told from the eyes of different characters was inspired. Can't wait for your next book!

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