Night Wing—the revolutionary test plane with a top secret weapons system—is Colonel Joe “Breed” Mackenzie’s number one priority. And weapons expert Caroline Evans is his number one distraction. When someone on the inside sabotages Night Wing, he cannot overlook Caroline’s late hours and... show more
Night Wing—the revolutionary test plane with a top secret weapons system—is Colonel Joe “Breed” Mackenzie’s number one priority. And weapons expert Caroline Evans is his number one distraction. When someone on the inside sabotages Night Wing, he cannot overlook Caroline’s late hours and expertise. Now Joe has to choose between allegiance to his country and love for his prime suspect…. “You can’t read just one Linda Howard!” — New York Times Bestselling author Catherine Coulter
Publish date: July 2000
Pages no: 250
Edition language: English
, Historical Romance
, Category Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Mackenzie Family (#2)
This couple was basically: and With added Air Force uniform and a bit of a rushed relationship. Some might find the secret plane project talk too interrupt but I found it interesting/cool. I think we all deserve a Joe at some point in life to think back fondly of.
I read this awhile ago and am still fixing/updating my GR reviews one by one. Mackenzie’s Mission is the sequel to the fabulously romantic and just about perfect Mackenzie’s Mountain and it had a lot to live up to and it didn’t quite do it. Yeah, I know it’s not fair to rate a book comparing it to...
A sequel to Mackenzie's Mountain, this is the story of Joe, who becomes an Air Force Pilot, and Test Pilot and what happens when a sexy Engineer, Caroline Evans, joins the team. When sabotage is discovered and she's implicated neither of them know who to trust, their heads or their hearts. It's no...
So this just happens to be one of the books (I'm noticing the growing pattern here) that my library has listed as available but it's NOT on the shelf in the location it should be which means it's probably misplaced or lost. *sigh* I have the 3rd book in the series. Wondering if I will be spoiled if ...
Some initial self talk to establish characters is okay but the prolonged evaluation of every event went on too long and hero's alpha personality was a bit over the top although the story did have an exciting finish. Weapons expert Dr. Caroline is assigned to a project led by pilot Colonel Joe when ...