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It should have been a simple mission…
Pararescueman Wade Rocha fast ropes from the back of a helicopter into a blizzard to save a climber stranded on an Aleutian Island, but Sunny Foster insists she can take care of herself just fine…
But when it comes to passion, nothing is ever simple. With the snowstorm kicking into overdrive, Sunny and Wade hunker down in a cave and barely resist the urge to keep each other warm… until they discover the frozen remains of a horrific crime. Unable to trust the local police force, Sunny and Wade investigate, while their irresistible passion for each other gets them more and more dangerously entangled
4 1/2 Stars! I found a new author to love and a great appreciation for a branch of the military I knew very little about!
Land, sea, or mountain, military missions or civilian rescue. With his brothers in arms, he walked, talked, and breathed their motto, “That Others May Live.”
What did I love about this book?
The Hero-Tech Sergeant Wade “Brick” Rocha or as Sunny calls him “Airborne Abominable Snowman”, or as I like to call him…Sergeant Scrumptious!!
The Heroine-Sunny Foster, tough girl extraordinaire, except when it comes to Wade, then she’s all melty and swoony…just like I was!
The Hero Dog-Chewie, malamute-husky, woman’s best friend and the one I’d like by my side in the Alaskan wilderness!
The branch of military it focuses on-Air Force Pararescue…say what?? Yes, very, very cool!!!
This is a well-written captivating suspense filled book, with great dialogue, wonderful characters, some sweet sexy times, and not one, but two couples who find love! What more could you ask for…oh, maybe more books featuring these amazing heroes!! Oh lucky me, there are two more in the series! Off to read Master Sergeant Hugh “Slow Hands” Franco’s book, Hot Zone! I like it already!
I really enjoyed this one. It had a good combination of suspense and surprisingly hot romance. I liked the remote Alaskan setting–that was something different–and the way Catherine Mann described things made you feel the chill. The villain–and his reasons for doing what he did–seemed a bit “out there”, but I went with it and enjoyed it. The hero–Air Force Pararescueman Wade Rocha? Smokin’ hot, honorable, incredibly brave–what’s not to like? I had never heard of a pararescueman before reading this book and the author does a wonderful job educating the reader all about these unsung military heroes. Their motto alone (That Others May Live) tells you that these guys are something special. The heroine–survival guide/gym owner Sunny Foster? Equally brave, smart, independent and passionate—and very likable.
The plot? Not too hard to follow, and quite suspenseful. It starts out with Wade rescuing Sunny (in a spectacular way) and her dog “Chewie” during a blizzard on one of Alaska’s Aleutian islands, although Sunny is quite capable of taking care of herself, thank you very much. Sunny and Wade have to spend the night in a cave, resist the sparks flying between them, and the next day stumble upon a horrific crime. Sunny needs to warn the people from her remote, off-the-grid village about what she’s found–there might be a serial killer on the loose, targeting their town, but she can’t do that with Wade insisting on protectively staying close to her side and asking probing questions. Sunny has her reasons for not wanting Wade to know too much about her life, but how can she resist when there seems to be so much chemistry between them? Can she trust Wade with her secrets? Can Sunny and Wade trust the local authorities to handle the crime, or are they somehow involved?
This developed into a pretty hot page-turner. Never once was I bored or tempted to put it down. I thought it was pretty fascinating how Sunny and the hundreds of townfolk were able to live and managed to be self-sufficient without a connection to the outside world–who could live that way? Who would want to? There was also always something interesting going on. If there wasn’t something romantic brewing between Sunny and Wade (look for a hot tub scene under the aurora borealis sky), there was an equally compelling story about Sunny’s younger sister Misty and her estranged love-of-her-life, Flynn. I loved Misty’s story, and at times it almost upstaged Wade and Sunny’s! And Misty and Flynn’s ‘big moment’ brought tears to my eyes…
I thought the writing was first rate. Educational and entertaining. Sexy and suspenseful. Some nice twists and turns. Characters to care about. Plenty of atmospehere to make you feel like you were out there with Sunny and Wade, feeling the snow on your face and the cold wind in your bones. A harrowing conclusion, where the heroine shows she’s got what it takes and doesn’t always need the hero to save her butt. And a believable, satisfying epilogue that left me with a big smile on my face. Loved it.
If you enjoy military romantic suspense in the style of Suzanne Brockmann, Marliss Melton, or Cindy Gerard, give Catherine Mann a try. Cover Me is one of her better efforts, and is book number one in her Elite Force series. I can’t wait to read more about Wade’s buddy Hugh Franco (and maybe revisit Wade and Sunny again) when the next book Hot Zone comes out in December. 4 1/2 stars
Cover Me is the start of series and I am intrigued enough to read the next few books.
It’s based in a new world, Wade is a pararescueman. He is totally military, with parents who served. He was a hell-raiser in his teens but has changed. He still carries guilt over his mother getting injured and loves what he does and saving lives. In Alaska, he jumps on a rescue mission and finds Sunny, who seems not happy to see him and more than capable of looking after herself. He thinks she is a stranded climber but she is not.
Sunny stays in an off the grid community, where once people leave, they are not allowed back. She also has a brother who is a deserter(the reason they left everything behind) and a younger sister who lost her hearing capability and wants to leave.
I enjoyed the book, Sunny does not want to divulge much about herself and tries to get away from him as soon as she can, he gives chase, she kisses him just for the heck of it and then finds the dead bodies of the two people that were leaving and then they are shot at by a deputy.
They are rescued and taken to the military base where Sunny asks to stay with Wade, since she wants un-monitored communication to warn her town people through the web.
But more bodies are recovered and Sunny needs to go back and asks Wade to come along. I enjoyed the book, Sunny was totally kick-ass and independent. I enjoyed Wade as well though when it came to Sunny’s brother he did make some comments.
I also loved the storyline with Misty(Sunny’s sister) and her ex-boyfriend(he cheated on her, but I still loved it). I was more invested in this story than the main one.
Wade and Sunny’s relationship seemed based more on sex though they didn’t rush into anything. I didn’t adore it but I liked the whole banter between Wade’s fellow PJs.
Incredible story! INCREDIBLE ALPHA HEROES! I’ve never read about pararescuemen before, and now I’m entirely fascinated. I’ll read the whole series.
Catherine Mann is a fabulous storyteller. The heroes are modern, edgy, real – and so are the heroines. Highly recommended to anyone who likes action and adventure with their romance.
About Author Cover Me by Catherine Mann Pdf Free Download
USA Today bestseller Catherine Mann and RITA Award winner, Catherine writes contemporary romance for Berkley, Harlequin, Sourcebooks and Tule. With over sixty books released in more than twenty countries, she has also celebrated six RITA finals, an RT Reviewer’s Award finalist, three Maggie Award of Excellence finals and a Bookseller’s Best win. A former theater school director and university instructor, she holds a Master’s degree in Theater from UNC-Greensboro and a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts: Theater (with minors in both English and Education) from the College of Charleston. After years moving around the country bringing up four children, Catherine has settled in her home state of South Carolina. The nest didn’t stay empty long though as Catherine is active in animal rescue, and also volunteers with area service dog and pet therapy organizations. Catherine enjoys hearing from her readers and can be found online frequently through Facebook.