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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2012

    Wow! Lots in this book.

    When I first started this book I thought it was going to fall short of Catherine Mann's usual. But it exceeded it. This is mostly about relationships, the give and take, the angst and the love -- and for multiple people. I am so impressed with how she managed to incorporate three main couples, and show the growth in all of them. As well as the underlying military details, and the fabulous sex scenes. One of her best!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2004

    This book is wonderful

    Anything Anywhere Anytime is a full length Wingmen Warrior novel by Catherine Mann. Major Jack ¿Cobra¿ Korba is lead pilot on a rescue mission to save the life of three hostages. One of those hostages is his soon to be ex-wife¿s sister. Major Monica Hyatt, flight surgeon, is bound and determined to be on this rescue mission. She wants to be there for her sister Sydney. Jack and Monica are forced to work together on this mission. Seeing each other under such stressful circumstances makes them realize that they cannot give up on what they have together. There are tow secondary romances that are as compelling as Jack and Monica¿s story. Sydney Hyatt was on a humanity mission, her ideals cost her the love of Navy Seal Blake Gardner. Blake is a part of the team to help rescue the hostages. Seeing what Sydney is willing to go through helps him to realize that both their jobs are important. Yasmine Halibiz has grown up a spoiled young woman. When her parents die she is left to struggle on her own. She gets a job on the converted air force base. Yasmine was not expecting to see her half sister Monica nor to find the man of her dreams, Colonel Drew Cullen. Anything Anywhere Anytime will touch your heart with its joy, sorrow and passion. Catherine Mann has written another keeper.

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