Free copy for honest (of course!) review. Sweet, clean--seriously.
Pan Carlisle loves to fly; it's pilots she doesn't trust. Pilots are
brash, brazen, foolhardy, and altogether troublesome. They fly off and
don't return, leaving broken hearts behind. When Alex Milne, fresh from
military service and a helicopter crash in Afghanistan, lands in the
middle of the Carlisles' vintage aircraft museum, Pan wants no part of
his flyboy demeanor.
But Pan is struggling to keep her father's
vintage aircraft museum airborne, and she needs pilots. Alex has an
appreciation and knowledge of World War I aircraft, so accepting his
help in an air show is sensible. How long can good sense last when
attraction is heightened by altitude and attitude? Can Alex commit to
the future when hard contact with the ground taught him the present is
all there is?