Someday Soon - Deliverance Company, Bk 1 Author:Debbie Macomber Opposites Attract — Cain had chosen his lifestyle. He thrived on the challenge. No drug, he told himself, could produce the physical or emotional high of a successfully completed mission. No drug and no woman. — Then why was he standing on a cold San Francisco pier like a lovelorn teenager, hoping for a glimpse of Linette Collins? — And then he saw... more » her. For a moment it felt as if someone had hit him against the back of his head. He went stock-still.
She stood in line at a fish and chips place. The wind whipped her hair about her face and she lifted a finger to wrap a thick strand of dark hair behind her ear.
The smart thing to do was to turn around, and walk away as fast as his feet would carry him. He'd gotten what he wanted. One last look at her. His curiosity should be satisfied.
But even as his mind formulated the thought, Cain knew that just seeing Linette again wasn't enough.« less
Another well written book by Debbie Macomber. Cain McClellan is a "soldier of fortune" for Deliverance Company he is introduced to Linette at a Christmas party. Linette's husband dies 2 years ago from lukemia & her sister-in-law thinks she needs to get on with life!! Good story.
Debbie is one of my favorite authors. I always care about the characters in her books, which makes them a joy to read for me. This story was a "read in one sitting type of story" filled with tension, I recommend it hardily.
Umm, delish! Two different women fall in love with two different mercenaries. Linette is a widow of two years who falls in love with Cain, the leader of The Deliverance Company. Francine, a physical therapist, falls for her patient who has been severely wounded on a mission. The story has enough romance and intrigue to keep you captured until the very end.
What can I say that has not been said about a Debbie Macomber book? This book is about the Deliverance Company set of stories that explorers people putting themselves at risk for the sake of danger and fortune. In true fashion, Debbie describes relationships in love and war. She describes the actions of war with passion and depth. She describes love with the same passion and depth.
This book was easy to read and hard to step away from. It had a lot of adventure and a storyline that did not disappoint.