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A Wing and A Prayer
First impressions aren’t always what they seem. Just ask Callie Corwin.
On a 747, Callie Corwin buckles up for her first day as a flight attendant. The full jet carries two passengers who stand out from the others, but for totally different reasons. The handsome cowboy promises to be a pleasant distraction from her performance anxiety, but the dark-skinned gentleman a few rows back sends her up her hackles. She’s been trained on how to recognize a terrorist, and he fits the very description. Will she see jolly old England or the bottom of the sea?
It's Callie Corwin's first day on the job as a flight attendant on a long haul flight from California to England and she's nervous enough without getting sidetracked by the handsome cowboy in seat 4C. Soon enough, though, she's got an even bigger problem - is the dark-eyed man five aisles down hiding a gun? Callie starts to wonder if she'll reach London, or find her career is over before it's even begun.
A Wing and A Prayer is a quick read, just perfect if you're looking for a little escape on your morning commute. A couple of typos here and there distracted me from the story, but otherwise I couldn't wait to find out whether Callie and the cowboy got together - or if something more sinister was brewing. Callie's voice rang true - it's a shame about romance conventions, because I wouldn't mind a sequel featuring these characters!
I was pleasantly surprised to see that the author is published by an e-publisher from my hometown - right on my doorstep and I didn't even know it. I'll certainly be looking out for more books from them.