Mann sweeps readers along with pulse-pounding suspense, passion and a full-out frontal assault of the senses that will keep readers gripping their seats. As the pages turn, the story evolves and the danger and romance keep ratcheting up degree by degree.
Pararescueman Jose “Cuervo” James doesn’t commit to anything but the job of rescuing people from dangerous situations and then moving on. But when he parachutes into East Africa to rescue wounded Interpol agent Sarah Car- son — the woman who left him broken-hearted — he finds himself more than involved. Cuervo’s team races through the jungles to stop an attack on the U.S. embassy, using all their training to survive, while staying one step ahead of the rebels on their trail — while Jose and Sarah must try not to succumb to the passion that nearly destroyed them once before. (SOURCEBOOKS, Mar., 352 pp., $6.99)