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Product Details

  • Series: Silhouette Sensation Series Extra
  • Mass Market Paperback: 459 pages
  • Publisher: Silhouette (March 1, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 037321815X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373218158
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.2 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,484,021 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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When flight surgeon Major Monica Hyatt's sister Sydney is kidnapped on an international aid mission to war-torn Rubistan, her estranged husband, USAF Major Jack "Cobra" Korba, finagles his way into the job of primary planner and lead pilot for the mission. Monica then demands that she be included in the mission as well. This is a joint forces rescue operation, and rife with conflict of interest. Navy SEAL Blake Gardner is Sydney's ex-lover, and Daniel "Crusty" Baker's father and stepmother were assassinated by the same man who took Sydney. Then Colonel Drew Cullen discovers that the Hyatts' half-sister, Yasmine, has infiltrated the camp in an attempt to gain asylum, and, despite his honorable attempts to keep her at arm's length, he finds himself attracted to her. Continuing her Wingmen Warriors military romance series in her first single-title issue, Mann deftly weaves the three sisters' stories together while providing a stark, edgy, and compelling look at the dangers faced by military personnel in conducting the war on terror. Lynne Welch
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"Emotionally intense, rich and heartbreakingly patriotic.... It's so easy to see why Catherine Mann is one of the hottest rising stars around..."

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USA Today bestselling author Catherine Mann writes contemporary romance for Berkley, Harlequin, and Sourcebooks, with her work reprinted in more than twenty countries. She lives on the Florida coast where she and her military flyboy husband have brought up four children. An active volunteer with her local Humane Society, Catherine enjoys writing while foster puppies nap on her feet. FMI:

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Judy on April 13, 2004
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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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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tracy Vest VINE VOICE on March 25, 2008
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Air Force pilot Jack Korba leads a mission to rescue three humanitarian workers held hostage in war-torn Rubistan. His estranged bride Monica, a flight surgeon, is along for the ride as her sister Sydney is one of the captives. Monica comes face to face with her youngest sister Yasmine, the personification of their mother's greed to marry up when she left Monica's father. Yasmine is being used by her dictator uncle to infiltrate the US camp, but actually plans to defect with the help of sexy and much too old for her Colonel Drew Cullen. Will they be able to rescue the hostages before it's too late?

One of Mann's earlier Wingman Warriors novels, it's her first expanded full-length novel (most started as short Silhouette stories), and suffers from the same dilemma as her later stories - it's overpopulated, as she tosses in three romances that easily could have been their own stories and instead become short changed and underdeveloped. Despite the flaws, it is an engaging story filled with plenty of romance and action, and unfortunately, the clichéd requisite young virgin paired with a world weary older man that's been done far too many times.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By avid reader on June 20, 2005
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This book was great. The one problem I had is that I did not care for Monica. I thought she was a woman with a huge chip on her shoulder that was causing her problems in the rest of her relationships. I actually was more interested in Yasmine and Drew's relationship. I thought they had a more interesting dynamic.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chitown Reader on September 4, 2011
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Loved it and read it in two sittings. This book weaves the tales of three couples together. Dr. Monica Hyatt and Maj. Jack Korba (Cobra) are the couple the book is all about but as a side note you get the stories of her two sisters.

The story of Jasmine (half-sister and the youngest of the three) and Drew has a political slant as well as the older hero/younger woman thing going on. Not central to the book but a nice diversion for the few pages they took up throughout it.

Then there's the Sydney (second sister) and Blake storyline which asks the question of can this couple hold it together despite basic philosophical differences, and move past a devastating event, central to the book, that Sydney has experienced? This story was required in order to create the circumstances in which Jack and Monica found themselves. Again, Blake and Sydney didn't take up a lot of pages and their relationship, true to a Catherine Mann story, has a happy ending both for themselves and for yet another couple.

The major storyline is about flight surgeon Monica Hyatt (oldest of the three sisters) and Jack. You know from the start that these two are strong personalities but you sense that they'll get it together in the end. Their story is filled with great dialogue, chivalrous 'almost sex', then really good sex, and a deep love. I found myself laughing in many spots including the banter between men in different service uniforms (Navy, Army, USAF) and Jack's interaction with co-pilot Rodeo. It was obvious that they had a bond that went deeper than many blood brothers.
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By Amy Romine on June 18, 2014
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With one week to complete a top-secret mission, Major Jack "Cobra" Korba did not need emotional distractions. But when flight surgeon Monica Hyatt, his estranged ex-lover, was added to his team, the sensitive assignment suddenly became all too personal.
With two sisters trapped behind enemy lines, Monica maneuvered herself onto Jack's flight crew, determined to rescue her loved ones while keeping her desire for Jack safely in check. Yet on the brink of the most dangerous task either had ever faced, their passions led to an explosive encounter.
With three words still left unsaid and time of the essence, would Jack, Monica and all those embroiled in the battle to save innocent lives find a way to complete their duty before all hell finally broke loose?

Written by Catherine Mann, a few of her books are on my list, this being the first reading of the bunch. As most of you may or may not know I cannot do straight romance, there has to be some kind of action, deception…something dangerous in the plot. Anything, Anywhere, Anytime had a plethora of subplots all with some sort of suspense written into them. Most of the book takes place either in a military complex or a warzone. The book is driven by the plot with the characters changing as we go. Overall I enjoyed the book, and I was left satisfied with the ending. Characters are believable, likeable and you are rooting for them to make it through the crisis.

The only negative in the book was how it was written, that is to say, a lot of the novel takes place within the characters heads. I use inner dialogue myself in my writing and I am a big proponent when used sporadically. It may not be accurate but it felt to me, as the reader a good 75% of the book was inner dialogue. Way too much!
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