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Product Details

  • Series: Elite Force: That Others May Live (Book 1)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca; Autographed Edition edition (July 5, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402244959
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402244957
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #584,847 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"For romantic suspense readers who love tough-as-nail women partnered with military heroes, Mann's Elite Force series is for you. 4 1/2 Stars, Top Pick of the Month" - RT Book Reviews

"Adventure and suspense are the hallmarks of Mann's award-winning military romances, and this first book in the Elite Force series won't disappoint her many fans." - Booklist

"From the very first sentence of COVER ME to the last word, there is never a time when the reader will not be totally engrossed in the multitude of happenings in this riveting story. " - Single Titltes

"A new brand of American hero... " - Romance Reader at Heart

"From the intense opening scene to the romantic final page, I was captivated and couldn't put down the book. " - The Romance Studio

"One of those hard-to-let-go-of sorts that have a plot line gripping enough to literally keep you in suspense and characters that are impossible to forget..." - Romance Fiction on

"The overall story was well balanced between the romance and the suspense, which made it quite entertaining. " - That's What I'm Talking About

"If you want a book that's got a little mystery, a little action, lots of snow, and lots of heat, then you need to snag a copy of Cover Me. It's a great read. " - Long and Short of It

"Cover Me is the first book I have read by Catherine Mann and I enjoyed it very much." - Michelle's book Blog

"A great author who definitely had me keep reading to the end. " - A Bluestocking's Place

About the Author

Catherine Mann's military romances have sold over 2 million copies and have been on the USA Today and WaldenBooks bestsellers lists. She has won the RITA, Bookseller's Best Award, and finaled for other awards, including RT Reviewer's Choice and the Maggie. Her husband is an Air Force Colonel and they live near Pensacola, FL.

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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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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Bookaholics Reviewer on June 28, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Cover Me by Catherine Mann
Romantic Suspense -July 1st, 2011
4 stars

Cover Me was a surprising suspense novel. It is set in the cold, barren wastelands of Alaska where the two main characters must fight for survival with just their wits and their well honed skills.

Real life hero, Wade Rocha is part of an elite team of Pararescuemen who go on death defying missions to save people from terrible conditions. His latest assignment is to save a group of climbers in the frigid Aleutian Islands. There he and his team find a straggler and Wade parachutes down. His mission is to find her and help her survive the deadly cold weather until help can safely rescue them both. But Wade is in for a big surprise when the woman he is supposed to save doesn't want to be saved at all! And she shows him some tricks that have him dazzled.

Sunny Foster and her dog Chewie are stranded. Caught in a blizzard until she can reach her `off the grid' town. She and the local deputy have escorted two of their town members, Ted and Madison, to a new life away from their secret community. Sunny lives in an isolated town that wants nothing to do with the outside world, let alone the government. Although Sunny finds her `hunky' rescuer attractive she knows she must loose him and keep the knowledge of her town safe from the rest of the world. But Wade is tenacious. When they are both shot at and then stumble upon the dead bodies of Ted and Madison, Sunny finds that she may need some extra help after all. Because she suspects someone in her small community may be the murderer...

This story was very original. I liked how the author gave the feeling of living in a hostile environment and how the two main characters were very savvy at surviving.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By LAS Reviewer on June 28, 2011
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Ever have one of those books you just couldn't put down, even when you had to go to sleep because you had work the next morning? Cover Me, by Catherine Mann, is one of those books. I couldn't put it down if I wanted to, and trust me, I didn't want to.

I've loved Catherine Mann's books since her Ops series. This book measures right up there with those. The writing flows and kept my attention. Heck, I wasn't even sure what time it was when I finally did close the book. The scenes are vivid and the characters unforgettable. I don't know a whole lot about paratroopers and pararescue techs but in the case of this book, it wasn't a huge deal. It was really like I was there on the Aleutian Islands, tromping through the snow with Brick and Sunny.

Let's talk about the characters. Sunny is more than a little hard-headed, but she's realistic. I liked that she wasn't about to take guff from Brick. Plus the chemistry is spot on. Who can honestly knock a guy who wants nothing more than to rescue you? Not me.

Then there's Brick. He's just as stubborn, but again, it's believable. I rooted for him because I wanted to see him melt a little. And I liked how they melted together. Phew.

There's a ton of plot twists and things I didn't see coming in this book. Bodies in the snow? Check. Scorching snuggle time between the hero and heroine for the sake of keeping warm? Check. A baddie that's all bad and it's so much fun? You guessed it. Check.

If you want a book that's got a little mystery, a little action, lots of snow, and lots of heat, then you need to snag a copy of Cover Me. It's a great read.

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In the Aleutian Islands (in Alaska near Russia) is a village of people living "off the grid" (no credit cards, no utilities, no tax returns). They grow their own food in hot houses. The sun and volcanic heat provide energy. When Sunny was a teenager her family moved there because her brother Phoenix went AWOL from the military, and they wanted to keep him out of jail. She has a younger sister Misty. Sunny is now 27. She runs an exercise club, does survival training, and performs guide services. Occasionally village members leave. Anyone who leaves is asked not to return to protect the secrecy of the village. Ted and Madison left. Sunny was their guide taking them through the mountain pass. As she was returning, a blizzard temporarily stranded her.

Wade is a pararescueman with the U.S. Air Force. His team rescued some hikers who were stranded near Sunny. They noticed Sunny and sent Wade to stay with her until the weather calmed enough to allow a pickup. Sunny doesn't need him or want him there. She won't tell him about her village. She tries to sneak away from him and falls into a ravine. He follows her and they discover the dead bodies of Ted and Madison. Then someone starts shooting at them but runs off when the rescue helicopter arrives. Sunny is forced to go with Wade to the authorities where an investigation discovers more dead bodies in the ravine.

The main bad guy is taking money from the Russian mob. He brings in terrorists and weapons and has them live in the village temporarily until moving on into other parts of the U.S.

This was pretty good for romantic suspense. I had no major problems with it. Sunny and Wade are drawn to each other but the odds are against a relationship.
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