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Friday, November 16, 2012

Military Romance Week: Author Catherine Mann (Feature/Giveaway)

The fabulous author joining us today isn't a stranger to military romances seeing as she is married to her very own fly boy as well as having several other members of the military in her family. It's no wonder she writes such believable and heart-felt stories! Catherine Mann was unable to join us today as she is expecting her first grandchild, congratulations Catherine, but she sent me several books & swag to give away to our readers! And best wishes to her daughter as well as her son in-law who is currently deployed in the Middle East. You can find a picture of these high school sweethearts taken right before his deployment, HERE




Protector (Dark Ops, #4)Protector 
(Dark Ops #4)
by Catherine Mann
304 pages
Published March 6th 2012 by Penguin Group USA, Inc
ISBN 042524699X
TRUST, LOVE …AND LIES.
After barely surviving enemy torture, Captain Chuck Tanaka doesn’t trust himself to do more than ride a desk—but new orders leave him no choice. Assigned to the investigation of a mob boss whose luxury cruise ship is reportedly a hub for terrorist activity, Tanaka goes undercover. His target: JoLynn Taylor, the mob boss’s daughter.
As a child, JoLynn saw her beloved uncle murdered. Since then, she’s stayed far away from her father’s crooked empire. But when he falls ill, she returns, hoping to mend the gap between them. Instead, she finds herself on the run, one step ahead of unknown enemies. The only thing keeping her alive is the man she knows as Charles Tomas, the only man she’s ever been able to trust.
Unfortunately, he’s also the man determined to destroy her family…


Guardian (Dark Ops, #5)Guardian 
(Dark Ops #5)
by Catherine Mann
Paperback, 304 pages
Published September 4th 2012 by Berkley
ISBN 0425250997 
THEY’D DO ANYTHING FOR COUNTRY.
AND EVERYTHING FOR EACH OTHER.
 After a dark ops malfunction, Major David Berg finds himself dead center in a military trial. It’s a race against time to root out the truth, and Major Sophie Campbell isn’t making that any easier. The hot JAG wants to bring down David’s unit and fast. His testimony is crucial to winning a case that will make her career. All Sophie has to do is ignore this witness’s unflappable charm, his unnerving good looks, and a strong, solid presence that commands her attention. It’s not easy for David, either. His attraction to this take-charge beauty is turning him inside out. But these adversaries have more in common than secret, mutual desire. There’s a traitor somewhere in the dark ops and now, to find him, David and Sophie must work together—relentlessly, tirelessly, and so intimately it could be damn near fatal.


Honorable IntentionsHonorable Intentions 
(The Landi$ Brothers #5)
by Catherine Mann
Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 3rd 2012 by Harlequin (first published April 1st 2012)
ISBN 0373731647
Major Hank Renshaw knows almost everything there is to know about Gabrielle Ballard. Except for what it's like to touch her. Because Gabrielle is his best friend's fiancée. Or she was. Until his buddy died in battle—right after making Hank promise to find her…...
So now Hank's in New Orleans. In Gabrielle's apartment. Watching her nurse her infant son. It's not honor that draws him to her. It's not duty that makes him stay. It's need he's feeling, plain and simple—the desire to take the woman he's always wanted and finally make her his own.


SANYO DIGITAL CAMERAUSA Today bestseller Catherine Mann resides on a sunny Florida beach with her military flyboy husband and their four children. Although after nine moves in twenty years, she hasn’t given away her winter gear! Now a RITA Award winner, Catherine writes action-packed military suspense for Berkley and Sourcebooks, and steamy romances for Harlequin Desire. With over two million books in print in more than twenty countries, she has also celebrated five RITA finals, three Maggie Award of Excellence finals and a Bookseller’s Best win. A former theater school director and university teacher, she holds a Master’s degree in Theater from UNC-Greensboro and a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts (with minors in both English and Education) from the College of Charleston. Catherine enjoys hearing from readers and chatting on her message board – thanks to the wonders of the wireless internet that allows her to cyber-network with her laptop by the water! Catherine and her family are also active volunteers in animal rescue, having fostered more than fifty puppies and special needs dogs for their local shelter. FMI on the latest news, upcoming releases and contests, check out her facebook page.
  


~*GIVEAWAY*~
I have one copy each, of each of the books listed above, to giveaway to one reader each! (US & Canada only please) To enter, just leave a comment on this post: What are some of your favorite divisions of the military to read about? Or which divisions would you like to see more books on? And then fill out the Rafflecopter below. Additional entries are available but not required. Good luck!
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21 comments:

Tamara Hoffa said...

Marines and Seals

Ann Q said...

I am intrigued by the secret divisions of the military. In Australia, one of the divisions is the SAS. These men go through such rigorous training, do such dangerous missions, and we only find out the details many years later. annpa@gmail.com

Kim in Hawaii said...

Aloha, Catherine! Thanks to your family for their military service! I'd love to see a "desk jockey" find himself in a situation where he/she has to rise to the occasion!

May said...

I love Navy in general. Love the uniforms...

Joanne said...

Navy, Marines, Seals, any branch. There can never be enough military books.
Congrats on the first grandchild.

Barbara E. said...

I love stories about Navy Seals, Marine Special Ops, Army Rangers and Air Force pilots, all of the special forces that need lots of extra training, etc.

Debby said...

I am from an Army family and I like to read about them. I often wonder why we have so much on Navy Seals but what about the Green Beret.
debby236 at gmail dot com

Tore said...

I love stories with Navy Seals, Airforce, Marine. I love reading about them all. Thanks for the giveaway. Tore923@aol.com

Sophia Rose said...

I am not particular of which branch the hero or heroine is from, but I haven't read many Air Force or many Navy ones that aren't Seals.

Congrats Catherine and thank you for the giveaway opportunity.

Anonymous said...

I love reading about the Seals. Thanks for the giveaway.

*yadkny* said...

Love reading about SEALs and Black Ops professionals... the more suspense and danger the better:)

erin said...

Thanks for the fantastic post and giveaway! I love reading about marines and seals. So strong and sexy :)

Carol L. said...

I love all units of the military. I have two sons who are career Army with one being in Special Forces and deployed at this time. My respect to all branches. Thanks for this opportunity.
Carol L
Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

SdyLion said...

I really love the Navy men- those sea men- oooooh. Okay, could not help it! sdylion(at)gmail(dot)com

Penni said...

I love reading about the secret military branches. Hidden missions forbidden to talk about. Adds a bit of mystery to it all! I enjoy all military romances but that would be my favorite :-)

Di said...

There are a lot of books about SEALs that I've enjoyed, but not many about the Coast Guard.
sallans d at yahoo dot com

Maureen said...

I would pick the Army since my husband served there before I met him.

kmkielty said...

Any of the special services but agree any change branch

kmkielty said...

Any of the special services but agree any change branch

Texas Book Lover said...

I like just about any man in uniform...but got to say that navy seals are pretty hot!

Thanks so much!

city said...

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