Thursday, December 4, 2014

Book Review: Flying Into the Night by Freya Velander

Flying Into the Night by Freya Velander


A woman airline pilot finds herself drawn into a world of intrigue filled with sexy heroic men - who have and keep secrets, and who are very good at much more than flying jets. New to the jet-set, major-airline scene, she encounters a lifestyle beyond her wildest dreams, exciting and seductive, countered with bouts of terror.




My Review:

Flying Into the Night by Freya Velander
What first attracted me to this book was the simple cover of the plane flying off into the sunset. The synopsis also grabbed my attention as the book has a bit of romance, travel and mystery.
What I got from the book was so much more. It starts out on the first day of her getting a job at the big airlines. When the company goes on strike and leaves Eldora without a job. She finds other means of income and friendship among her friends who are also unemployed.
She takes on other jobs and some that lead her into danger. Love the mystery behind why the flights are taken when they are and other details. Found book full of new information for me. Not sure I understood a lot of the capitalized terms used or some of the Spanish phrases but it didn't hold me back from reading and enjoying the book.
Romance and friendship and traveling to new places and all the action packed adventures makes this a book worthwhile reading. Learned so much from the pilot view and glad I was along for the rides. Hope author does continue to write more from the female side of this career as I found it fascinating.
I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.

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