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Night Maneuvers

3.96 of 5 stars 3.96  ·  rating details  ·  99 ratings  ·  13 reviews
"Subject: Mitchell McCabe, U.S. Air Force Captain (Call Sign: Casanova)""Current Status: Celibate--because he lost a bet."

"Mission: Survive thirty days without sex."

"Obstacle: Captain Alexandria Hughes, who's suddenly gone from hotshot pilot to just plain hot!"

Alex has had it bad for gorgeous Mitch ever since their academy days, but he's only ever seen her as a wingman, ne...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published August 23rd 2011 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2011)
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Flirty, fun and quick friends to lovers story, that had me grinning like a loon. Enjoy!
I enjoyed this friend to lovers story. Captain Alex has known Mitch for twelve years and had an attraction to him, but he always saw her as one the guys, first since he was in love and then his marriage turned out to be a disaster and he turned all Casanova.

Alex moved away to put some distance between them but at a friend's wedding, Mitch has to take a vow of month long celibacy and Alex decides to show him she's a woman.

The book was short & enjoyable.

Now, I am going to check out Grady's and...more
I have to be honest, my feelings about this book are really really really biased, because I've been waiting for Mitch and Alex's story since they appeared in the first book of Burns' Vegas series – Let It Ride, which I read at the beginning of 2010. This book was worth the waiting though, it's a beautiful story about two friends who are clearly made for each other. There is no major drama, it's entirely focused on these two charachters, what they feel for each other and how important they are fo...more
Wow! A heroine in a "man's world". Alexandra Hughes is an air force pilot and instructor. During the course of the book she climbs the ranks from captain to major. She's always had the hots for her colleague Mitch McCabe.
I loved the first half of the book. But I was a little disappointed that the story became less about her in the second half of the book, and it focused more on HIS inner demons and wallowing in his painful past, and when it came time for him to show him rising above the demons...more
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"This is an excellent story about two people ~ the hero and heroine ~ who met when they were accepted into the Air Force Academy at the same time and immediately became best friends and comrades. In the beginning they were nothing more than friends and comrades but slowly things began to change and love entered the picture although at first neither was willing to admit it because of fear that love would destroy their comradeship." From a review posted by an
Penny Ramirez
In the Blaze line, so more explicit sex. Air Force Captain Alex, best friends with Mitch since the Academy, decides to prove to him that she's not just one of the guys, with somewhat amusingly disastrous (and predictable) results. Entertaining. 3rd in the "Uniformly Hot" series (12 predicted).
I LOOOOVED this book! It was so simple & believable. There was no intense, unrealistic outside drama. After reading this I kind of wish I had read the first two books to get to the build up of their story, but even without it Alex & Mitch had me enthralled with their friends to lovers story.
A great friends-to-lovers book, and I loved how it was built up throughout the first two books. That gave it more emotional depth than I usually expect from this line.
Super cute, light read that I really enjoyed!! Best book in Jillian Burns Air Force series yet!! Mitch McCabe is a super dreamy hero as well!!

Sep 28, 2011 Barbara rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: friends-to-lovers readers
Delightful, real, emotional, friends-to-lovers story. I absolutely loved this book!

Highly recommended!
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Jillian Burns fell in love while reading such classics as Jane Eyre and Pride and Prejudice and has been reading Romance novels ever since. She lives in Texas with her husband of twenty-five years and their three active kids. She likes to think her emotional nature—sometimes referred to as moodiness by those closest to her—has found the perfect outlet in writing stories filled with passion and rom...more
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“What are you doing, shaving every hair individually?" Alex appeared in the bathroom doorway. "My grandmother could get ready faster than you." She leaned a shoulder on the door frame and crossed her arms, one corner of her mouth lifted in an indulgent smile.

Mitch returned her smile in the mirror as he wiped his jaw with a wet cloth. "This kind of perfection doesn't happen all by itself, you know.”
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