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Monday, August 27, 2018
Her Reluctant Hero
A dream shattered – a love jilted – a heart broken. People
change. Is there a second chance for love above the clouds? It’s the swinging
sixties. An ex-fiancé flies back into a stewardess’s life. He dumped her once.
But this war veteran knows what he wants now. Torn between attraction and fear,
will she head for the runway or the hangar? She’s left behind her past, with
its small-town values and jilted love to see the world and become independent.
He’s returned from war and death with a single goal—to redeem the worst mistake
of his life. She wants nothing to do with him. He wants her as his wife. Will
their flight end with an emergency landing—a total crash—or a perfect glide
into the right airport, the right gate, and the right destination?
Her Reluctant Hero (Historical Romance)
By Anne Greene
Price $5.94 (Paperback)
Price $2l99 (Kindle)
Laura Richards is awakened with her home in fames. The young
fireman is a volunteer named Josh Langford. He carries her to safety, but all
she learns is his name. Then their lives cross again at Texas Tech where they
become an item. But Josh is an ROTC cadet, and this is 1968. He knows he’ll be
heading for Vietnam, and doesn’t want to leave a widow, so breaks up with her.
While he is in Vietnam, Laura becomes an airline stewardess. Their paths cross
again when he flies home, and now Josh wants to pursue Laura, but she wants
nothing to do with him.
The author always does her homework in researching the period
her stories are set in. This interesting romance is set during the war in South
East Asia. The helicopter school at Fort Wolters in Mineral Wells, Texas is
almost forgotten now, but I was there is 1966/67, and remember it fondly, as I
remember coming home from Vietnam, and the airline stewardess that served me on
the plane from California to DFW in Texas. A flight I will never forget. Reading
this novella reminded me of my own past, and it helped me connect to the
characters. It was fun reading about Laura and Josh, and their falling in love
again after so many mistakes. Highly recommended.