This is the page for the Wingmen Warriors blog tour for by Catherine Mann. The blog tour will run the whole month May 2014 on weekdays only.
Bloggers who participate in the blog tour can each hold a giveaway during their blog tour stop for a book of the winners choice, either Rescuing Christmas or Love Bites.
See how it all started with the first two books in Catherine Mann’s RITA Award winning “Wingmen Warriors” series!
***This 2-in-1 is available in print only. If you wish to order the books digitally, they must be ordered individually.***
GRAYSON’S SURRENDER: Flight Surgeon Grayson Clark and NGO worker Lori Rutledge shared a passionate summer full of promise and ultimately heartbreak. After his turbulent childhood, Grayson knows well he’s ill-equipped to offer Lori the security she craves. But Grayson can’t escape Lori’s allure when they’re paired on a military rescue operation to an overseas orphanage. When one heart-tugging orphan charms her way into Lori’s life and Grayson’s heart, Lori and Grayson discover a new understanding of family – and a free-falling surrender to love.
TAKING COVER: Battle lines are drawn when Flight Surgeon Kathleen O’Connell temporarily grounds Captain Tanner Bennett from flying combat. No way does Tanner plan to watch his crew from the sidelines. Not that he has a choice, thanks to by-the-rules Kathleen and his ground duty assignment to investigate a crash. When Kathleen is teamed with him in the investigation, they’re both diving for cover as they battle an attraction ready to detonate!
You can find the 2-in-1 book Grayson’s Surrender and Taking Cover on Goodreads
USA Today bestseller Catherine Mann and RITA Award winner, Catherine writes contemporary romance for Berkley, Harlequin, and Sourcebooks, With over two million books in print in more than twenty countries, she has also celebrated five RITA finals, three Maggie Award of Excellence finals and a Bookseller’s Best win. A former theater school director and university instructor, she holds a Master’s degree in Theater from UNC-Greensboro and a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts: Theater (with minors in both English and Education) from the College of Charleston. Catherine and her flyboy husband live on the Florida coast where they brought up their 4 children – and still have 5 four-legged, furry “children” (aka pets). Catherine is an active volunteer with her local Humane Society, serving on their Board of Directors and fostering puppies and special needs dogs (she stopped counting at a hundred). She recently checked off a major item on her “bucket list” by completing the hands-on training for the Florida State Animal Rescue Coalition. Catherine enjoys hearing from her readers and can be found online daily. To receive an autographed bookmark, send a SASE to: P.O. Box 6065, Navarre, FL 32566
Below is the tour schedule, the schedule will be updated when new bloggers sign-up. The links now go the home pages of each website, but when the tour starts the links will go the Wingmen Warriors blog tour post on their blog.
Excerpt and Wingman Warriors feature post: Inspiration for Grayson’s Surrender – Orphan Flight
Romantic Reads and Such
Excerpt and Wingmen Warriors Feature Post: Why Being a Military Wife ROCKS!
Carol clarke blogs
Kate George – Author
Tens List (best reasons to rescue a new friend)
Belle’s Book Bag
Lusty Penguin Reviews
Excerpt and Wingmen Warriors Feature Post: How I met my military flyboy
At the Corner of First and Romance
Excerpt and Wingmen Feature guest post: Taking Cover won a RITA Award – Photo fun from the ceremony
Wingmen Warriors Feature Post: The C-17 aircraft, Charleston AFB, and overview of series that included over a dozen books
Living the Dream
Wingmen Warrior feature guest post: Funniest/worst military move story
Tens list: top ten military movies
review, tens list and excerpt
3 Partners in Shopping. Nana, Mommy, & Sissy, Too!
Totally Addicted to Reading
Snarky Mom Reads…
Review and Wingman Warriors feature guest post: Pets 2 Vets – dogs who help soldiers w/PTSD
Sweet Tea Reads
review and interview
Books à la Mode
Review and Excerpt