Saturday, December 29, 2012

Joy Takes Flight

Author: Bonnie Leon
Publisher: Revell
July 2012
ISBN: 978-0-8007-3361-2
Genre: historical

Kate Evans is finally marrying Paul Anderson. And even though the wedding is everything she dreamed of, and more, reality starts to intrude on the holidays. Kate wants to remain independent, to do what she did before marriage, live where she lived, and fly. She doesn’t want to be a submissive little wife with no life other than Mrs. Paul Anderson. And she begins to get irritated when people assume she’ll move to Paul’s remote cabin, or she’ll give up being an Alaskan bush pilot.

When Kate and Paul discover that they’re expecting their first baby, they are estatic. But then a disaster strikes, their lives begin to unravel, and Kate fears she might have lost Paul for good.

JOY TAKES FLIGHT is the exciting conclusion to Ms. Leon’s Alaskan Skies series. Readers will want to read Touching the Clouds and Wings of Promise first as this book doesn’t stand alone. Kate is a very independent woman, and fiercely protective of her personality, and Paul is more laid back, but he can be firm and expect obedience, which causes more personality clashes between him and Kate.

If you are looking for an adventure filled historical to read then JOY TAKES FLIGHT and any of the other books in this series are recommended. Almost as good as taking a trip to Alaska yourself. $14.99. 336 pages. 

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