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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2003

    Cathy Mann does it again

    1st Lt. Darcy 'Wren' Renshaw is tired of being kept out of the war-zone action. She wants to fly into the action and make a difference. Instead she is stuck flying marine biologist Dr. Maxwell Keagan and his two dolphins, 'Lucy and Ethel' to Guam. The first meeting between Darcy and Max is priceless. Both are bowled over by their instant attractions to each other. Max has a hidden agenda in going to Guam. He is an undercover CIA agent trying to find the leak in his team. This leak caused the death of his former partner and lover. Soon Darcy is in danger and Max it trying to keep her safe. Through all the danger and intrigue Max keeps trying to protect his heart. This latest Wingmen Warrior story is fast paced and thrilling. The dialogue is witty and the chemistry is sizzling. It was great to revisit with previous wingmen characters that appear in the book. You will enjoy this book by Cathy Mann and be looking forward to the next book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2003

    Fabulous!

    Catherine Mann is an author to watch--her Wingmen Warriors series just keeps getting better with each new book, and PRIVATE MANEUVERS tops them all! Darcy is a true-to-life, three-dimensional heroine, and Max is to die for. Mann handles their relationship believeably--showing how they first become friends, then lovers--all the while weaving a suspenseful thread through this story that's bound to thrill even jaded romance readers. Brava!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2003

    This Wingmen Warrior Rocks

    1st Lt. Darcy ¿Wren¿ Renshaw is tired of being kept out of the war-zone action. She wants to fly into the action and make a difference. Instead she is stuck flying marine biologist Dr. Maxwell Keagan and his two dolphins, ¿Lucy and Ethel¿ to Guam. The first meeting between Darcy and Max is priceless. Both are bowled over by their instant attractions to each other. Max has a hidden agenda in going to Guam. He is an undercover CIA agent trying to find the leak in his team. This leak caused the death of his former partner and lover. Soon Darcy is in danger and Max it trying to keep her safe. Through all the danger and intrigue Max keeps trying to protect his heart. This latest Wingmen Warrior story is fast paced and thrilling. The dialogue is witty and the chemistry is sizzling. It was great to revisit with previous wingmen characters that appear in the book. You will enjoy this book by Cathy Mann and be looking forward to the next book.

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