The Night Is Mine
NAME: Emily Beale RANK: Captain MISSION: Fly undercover to prevent the assassination of the First Lady, posing as her executive pilot. NAME: Mark Henderson, code name Viper RANK: Major MISSION: Undercover role of wealthy, ex-mercenary boyfriend to Emily Their jobs are high risk, high reward:... show more
NAME: Emily Beale RANK: Captain MISSION: Fly undercover to prevent the assassination of the First Lady, posing as her executive pilot. NAME: Mark Henderson, code name Viper RANK: Major MISSION: Undercover role of wealthy, ex-mercenary boyfriend to Emily Their jobs are high risk, high reward: Protect the lives of the powerful and the elite at all cost. Neither expected that one kiss could distract them from their mission. But as the passion mounts between them, their lives and their hearts will both be risked...and the reward this time may well be worth it.
Publish date: February 7th 2012
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: The Night Stalkers (#1)
Emily is the first female fighter pilot in the 160th Airwing. Mark is her captain. Good start; flying missions in Afghanistan. Emily is then called to the US to work undercover as a chef for the First Lady. Someone is trying to kill her. Maybe. I liked the mystery of what was happening, the who-done...
First in a thrilling military romantic suspense series based on the real-life elite helicopter pilots who transport Navy SEALs and Delta Force teams in and out of combat and covert missions. (SOAR are the heroes of Black Hawk Down.) Buchman's heroine flys the most dangerous military ops and tries to...
3.5 starsThis is the first time I'm reading romance book written by man (yep, M.L. Buchman is a man). I will said The Night is Mine more like military novel with romance aspect, not vice versa. The heroine, Captain Emily Beale is bad ass but imo, too perfect and superwoman. And why all men love her,...
This book had a lot of mess in it (pilots (SOAR) , military , FBI , the first lady , secret-agents , chefs and mommy issues) , it's a new read to me where a heroine is actually is military ops , she's not a needy brat nor i need no man bitch .When you see a military romance the plot is automaticly a...
I really enjoyed it, a lot of military talk, but it was fun, lots of great characters who are interesting and three-dimensional, they seem very real. The relationship between Emily and her CO Mark is cool. The plot in between is also fun and well thought out. Overall a cool book.
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